Our story and the people who make it possible

Our mission

Our mission is to enable new science, improve medicine and enhance manufacturing by redefining the X-ray tube. Wherever new opportunities and applications emerge, we pursue them relentlessly together with the scientific and industry pioneers who transform technological advances into meaningful results.

Our story

Excillum is a global leader in the field of advanced microfocus and nanofocus X-ray sources. Founded in 2007 by researchers from the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Sweden, the company’s first product was the groundbreaking Excillum MetalJet, the world’s brightest microfocus X-ray tube. A few years later, the Excillum NanoTube was created based on advanced electron optics refined from the MetalJet e-beam platform, together with the latest transmission target technology. Today our fast-growing global team applies these core areas of expertise to expand our product portfolio, advance scientific progress and enable unimagined new applications together with leading academic researchers and industrial instrument developers worldwide.

Our customers

With more than one hundred sources deployed worldwide, we continue to develop the world’s most advanced X-ray source technologies based on the daily needs and workflows of a growing global community of innovators. Together with manufacturing inspection system developers, scientific researchers and system integrators, we work in a spirit of open collaboration devoted to cutting-edge science in order to constantly push the boundaries of what microfocus and nanofocus X-ray sources can achieve.

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Our capabilities

As a leading pioneer in X-ray sources, we take pride in creating the world’s most advanced industrial- and laboratory-scale X-ray sources and electron-beam technologies. Together with end users and select system integrators worldwide, our team provides a complete range of specialized expertise in developing, deploying and refining X-ray sources for new and advanced applications.

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Our partners

Our X-ray sources are an integral part of highly automated inspection systems for quality assurance in industrial manufacturing. In laboratory research, they are integrated into easy-to-use laboratory systems that ensure reliable results. To make these systems possible, we work closely in long-term partnerships with some of the most trusted OEMs and system integrators in the field X-ray technologies. Curious about what value Excillum can bring to your next-generation systems?

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Compliance

All of Excillum’s X-ray sources are compliant with the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC, Low Voltage Directive 2014/35/EU, RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU and REACH REGULATION (EC) No 1907/2006. All products are classified as sub-assemblies (partly completed machinery), which are excluded from the EMC directive 2014/30/EU and are therefore not CE marked.

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Our Code of Conduct

We’re committed to conducting business in the most ethical, responsible, and sustainable way possible. It’s fundamental to us to comply to all applicable laws and regulations in all the countries in which we operate. Our Code of Conduct sets forth a set of standards to which we hold ourselves accountable. It’s our expectation that our business partners, our suppliers, and other participants in our supply chain are equally committed.

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Careers at Excillum

Excillum is a different kind of technology business. One fueled by the diversity, curiosity, and multi-disciplinary knowledge of our people. We’re always on the lookout for talented candidates who thrive in a multinational culture of experimentation and exploration where real problems are solved, and groundbreaking applications emerge. Whatever your role, you’ll make a meaningful impact together with some of the brightest minds within and outside your field.

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Stockholm University signs up for ELDICO’s ED-1 with Excillum’s electron beam technology inside

December 9, 2022 - ELDICO’s electron diffractometer will be installed at the Department of Materials…
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A high brightness laboratory SAXS beamline for high throughput nanostructure characterization

Dr Youli Li, Materials Research Laboratory at UC Santa Barbara, presents preliminary results on rapid…
Webinars

X-ray diffraction & imaging for materials research using high-flux MetalJet sources

Dr Mirko Boin, Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin, gives practical examples to demonstrate that real-time studies are…