IXRF Systems was incorporated on October 1st, 1993 in the state of Texas. The
company originally began by upgrading Kevex bulk X-ray Fluorescence systems
to modern Windows based systems. It is from these XRF beginnings that the name
IXRF is derived. IXRF quickly expanded it's product offerings to include Microanalysis
systems. Today, Microanalysis systems make up the majority of IXRF's business,
however adding XRF (X-ray Fluorescence) is being accepted rapidly, coining the
phrase "iXRF" meaning "Integrated XRF" in the SEM.
IXRF's current products include:
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