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SII NanoTechnology Inc., one of the leading suppliers of XRF materials analyzers in the world announces to strengthen its activities in Europe.
Seiko Instruments NanoTechnology opens up European headquarter
Europe | Posted on July 16th, 2007
A sales-, service- and application centre headed by Michael Nitzsche is set up in Seiko Instruments GmbH in Neu-Isenburg near Frankfurt am Main, Germany.
Customer oriented sales, service and application support in the centre of Europe is now organized in Neu-Isenburg for the successful XRF spectrometers SEA1000A und SEA1200VX.
SEA1000A and SEA1200VX are worldwide used to determine the content of hazardous substances pursuant to European directive on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment (RoHS). For the analysis of plastics regarding cadmium, lead and chromium and the analysis of solder for lead hundred of companies worldwide are using spectrometers made by SII NanoTechnology Inc.
About Seiko Instruments GmbH NanoTechnology
SII NanoTechnology is an instrument development company dedicated to the research, development and commercialization of X-ray spectrometric systems.
SII NanoTechnology will, in addition to application support and maintenance, continue the support and distribution of existing products. These include measurement and analysis instruments such as their fluorescent X-ray analyzers.
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