XRF Blog: the first post

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Thursday, April 17, 2008

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Skyray XRF will be utilizing this blog to post enteries on a variety of topics that we hope you will find interesting. The goal is not only to inform you, the reader, but to also get your feedback and thoughts - so please post a reply or contact us to discuss.

The XRF-Blog will include updates on hazardous substance regulations that are affecting a variety of industries and the different business chains throughout each of them.  The press coverage has focused mainly  on the toy recalls because of lead (Pb) in paint, but other industries are also affected; including the jewelry, cosmetic, packaging and electronics industries. We’ll be adding updates on any hazardous substance regulation news that we think you may be interested in.

Other topics covered will also include updates on the Skyray XRF product line, general application briefs and some ‘real-world’ updates from customers and their experiences with the instruments.
This is the first post, but we expect to make many more.  If you have any thoughts or ideas on the XRF-Blog; please let us know – we look forward to your feedback.

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