Hello everyone, this article mainly discusses the application of ED-XRF in coating testing for hardware products.

Hardware products, also known as “small hardware,” refer to various metal components made from iron, steel, aluminum, and other metals, processed through forging, rolling, cutting, and other physical manufacturing techniques. The surface treatment of hardware products varies depending on their functional use and environmental conditions. The most commonly employed surface treatment method is galvanization, alongside other conventional coating types like nickel plating and zinc-nickel plating.

Due to the diversity of industries involved, hardware samples come in various sizes and shapes, often including irregularly shaped components that require specific testing. Hence, the utilization of instruments equipped with zooming capabilities is essential to fulfill these varied testing requirements effectively. Moreover, given that hardware products are typically manufactured to enhance output and profitability, ensuring testing efficiency during quality control procedures is of paramount importance.

Our XU-100(ED-XRF) and XD1000(ED-XRF) products are distinguished by their unique zooming structural design and corresponding software compensation algorithms. With the capability to achieve a maximum zoom of 30mm and a measurement distance of 90mm, combined with high-performance proportional receivers, they facilitate the generation of reliable and stable test data within a short time frame. As a result, they find widespread application in quality assessment for diverse hardware product coatings, ensuring enhanced product reliability and durability in various industries.

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