Sensofar-Tech, SL is a multi-national spin-off company from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC) whose mission is to be successful by producing and commercializing optical metrology tools and providing consultancy within the field of the optical metrology.
The company's SensorMetric™ software packages help Sensory systems meet a breadth and depth of application challenges to include color measurement, nanometric measurement, primer measurement and L/O coating thickness measurement on a wide variety of metallic and non-metallic substrates.
The company manufactures instruments and software for the analytical laboratory industry. It's Analytical Division is one of the world?s largest manufacturers of analytical instrumentation and environmental monitoring equipment.
Skyray XRF is the North American representative of Skyray Instrument, Inc. Established in 1990, Skyray Instrument, Inc specializes in X-Ray Fluorescence spectrometer (XRF) research, development, production and sales.
Solar Metrology is a global leader in high-performance X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) analysis systems. Solar Metrology XRF tools are specifically engineered for the demanding thin film measurement requirements of the Solar Electric and Power Storage industries.
A member of the AMETEK Materials Analysis Division, SPECTRO is one of the worldwide leading suppliers of analytical instruments, employing optical emission and X-ray fluorescence spectrometry technology, used for the elemental analysis of materials in industry, research and academia.
Ted Pella, Inc ia a leading manufacturer of consumables, supplies, tools and specimen preparation equipment for all disciplines of microscopy and nanotechnology. Specialized in specimen mounts and holders for SEM, FIB, support films and grids for TEM, calibrations standards and sample storage.
Overcome bulk limitations of conventional optics with the OCTANE nanophotonic spectrometer. This turn-key fully integrated package never requires alignment and can be customized for high-resolution or broad-bandwidth preferences. Extreme miniaturization allows for multiple independent spectrometers in one system.