CRANBERRY TOWNSHIP, Pa. -- (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Element Materials Technology Laboratories have purchased three TESCAN VEGA-XMU Variable Pressure Scanning Electron Microscopes to replace existing equipment.
The microscopes, which will be placed in Element’s laboratories located in California, Michigan and Wisconsin, feature upgraded detector technology and imaging software which will enable Element’s engineers to evaluate samples and communicate results even faster. In addition, a much larger chamber size means that larger or greater quantities of samples can be evaluated and analyzed.
Element Materials Technology is a global network of laboratories specializing in materials testing, product qualification testing and failure analysis. They employ a team of over 1,100 scientists, engineers and technicians working in laboratories located throughout the USA and Europe.
“Scanning Electron Microscope systems are absolutely key to the work carried out in our laboratories,” says Colin Speedie, VP US Operations at Element. “They are fundamentally important tools in failure analysis, and are crucial for the consultancy, litigation and research projects that we carry out on behalf of our customers.”
TESCAN is a leading manufacturer and supplier of Scanning Electron Microscopes and Focused Ion Beam workstations. The quality, performance and reliability of TESCAN products are the foundation of our company’s business. TESCAN offers unique and state of the art electron microscopy and focused ion beam solutions to the international research and academic communities. TESCAN distributes throughout the globe, with key Customer Resource Centers located in China, North America, Korea, South America, Europe and all of Asia.