sigray's breakthroughs in x-ray technology
Sigray is focused on developing premier x-ray solutions enabled by its patented technologies and its world-class expertise in x-ray source and x-ray optic development. An overview of our products can be found here, with pioneering products including:
Achieve breakthrough research without needing to apply for synchrotron beamtime for chemical compositional microanalysis. The AttoMap features patented innovations to enables mapping of elements at trace concentrations and at microns-scale resolution, with performance comparable and complementary to LA-ICP-MS.
Develop state-of-the-art synchrotron beamlines and/or laboratory x-ray instruments using Sigray's novel axially symmetric approach to optics to deliver the superior flux your system needs. The custom lenses provide down to 200 nm resolution or collimation down to <3 mrad.
For x-ray instrumentation developers: build a synchrotron microanalytical beamline within your laboratory using Sigray’s patented x-ray source and optic system. The system delivers high intensity flux microbeam that is either collimated or focused.
Dr. Wenbing Yun will be giving an oral presentation on recent x-ray spectroscopy developments at the 253rd national meeting of the ACS.
SH Lau, Vice President of Business Development at Sigray, will be delivering an oral presentation entitled "Non-invasive lab tool for micron-level trace element mapping and contamination analysis in FA & process control with capabilities comparable to synchrotron-based microXRF".
Dr. Wenbing Yun and Dr. Benjamin Stripe will be attending the annual Denver X-ray Conference. They plan on discussing Sigray's newest advances in x-ray instrumentation, enabled by the patented FAAST x-ray source.
Sigray will be attending and plans to discuss its high brightness FAAST source and advances in automated x-ray optics characterization.
Sigray will be attending the annual Microscopy & Microanalysis conference, presenting its AttoMap x-ray analytical microscope and its future system developments.
Dr. Yun will be presenting at the 5th Dresden Nanoanalysis Symposium held on the Fraunhofer Campus Dresden on September 1st, 2017.