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A fresh look at paints and coatings

by | 27 May 2022

Here at Malvern Panalytical, we like to revisit topics and take a fresh look. This year we have a focus on paints and coatings. Since the beginning of time, humans have used paints and coatings, to protect themselves, to decorate themselves and to communicate. (We even have done some work on archaeological wall paintings; you […]

A fresh look at paints and coatings
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Reinforced concrete: Why XRF analysis holds the key to the perfect mixture

by | 26 May 2022

The ability to accurately analyze chlorine and sulfur levels is a gamechanger for this most timeless of composite materials. France, 1858. As dawn breaks, the engineer Joseph Lambot anxiously launches his odd-looking boat into the water. Unlike most other vessels of the time, the boat is made not of wood, but of iron encased in […]

Reinforced concrete: Why XRF analysis holds the key to the perfect mixture
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Layer by layer: How to optimize additive manufacturing with better materials characterization

by | 25 May 2022

Additive manufacturing (AM), commonly known as 3D printing, can seem like something out of a sci-fi movie – but thanks to the latest technologies, it’s very much a reality today! AM techniques are increasingly popular in industrial production, for both metal and polymer products. Of course, this makes accurate characterization of these raw materials more […]

Layer by layer: How to optimize additive manufacturing with better materials characterization