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Reserve your exhibit space at the
68th Annual Conference on Applications of X-ray Analysis

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25th International Congress on X-ray Optics and Microanalysis
5-9 August | Exhibition: 5-8 August
Westin Lombard Yorktown Center, Lombard, Illinois, USA

Exhibitors will enjoy facilitated networking opportunities with qualified decision makers at the 2019 Denver X-ray Conference, making it the perfect platform to launch a new product, collect feedback and generate leads. Reserve your exhibit space today!

Space is assigned on a first-come-first-serve basis so do not delay! Click below to view our exhibit packet, complete with floor plan, application form and sponsorship opportunities!

All exhibit booths have been sold. SEE THE FLOOR PLAN
Check back in February 2020
and join us for our first year in Bethesda, MD at DXC 2020!

Exhibitor Application Process
 
1. Exhibit booths are assigned on a first come / first serve basis and must be accompanied with full payment.
2. Once your application has been processed, your booth space will be assigned. After booth space has been assigned, you will be emailed your contract packet. (Rules & Regulations are also included in this packet for your review). It is mandatory that the contract is signed and returned to ICDD.
3. Viper Tradeshow Services will send you a link to their online kit.
4. All exhibitors will be required to forward a Certificate of Insurance; details are included in the Rules and Regulations.
5. Exhibitor attendance forms are due on 3 July 2019.
6. Sponsorship opportunities are assigned on a first come / first serve basis. Platinum and Gold Sponsors will receive preferred choice on booth preferences if sponsorship application is received by 20 March 2019.
7. If you need additional information contact Denise Zulli: at 610.325.9814 or zulli@icdd.com.

Exhibit SCHEDULE:

Exhibitor Set Up

Sunday,
4pm - 8pm

Monday,
8am - 4pm

 

Exhibit Hours

 

Monday
4:30pm - 7pm*

Tuesday,
12pm - 7pm*

Wednesday,
12pm - 5pm

Thursday,
10am - 2pm

Exhibitor Tear Down

 

Thursday,
2pm - 6pm

 

* Poster Sessions and Receptions will be held in the Exhibit Hall on Monday and Tuesday Evening from 5pm -7pm

DXC Exhibitors as of May 14:

AMPTEK Inc.
Booth: 4
Website: www.amptek.com
Email: amptek.sales@ametek.com

Amptek brings you the highest performing detectors available and in the format you need.  This family of detectors have lower noise, lower leakage current, better charge collection, and uniformity from detector to detector.  This results in superior peak-to-background, peak-to-tail, resolution and a more Gaussian spectrum.  See our newest line of ultra-high performance FAST SDD®, large area FAST SDD®, improved SDD and our newest Si-PIN detectors.   For over 40 years, Amptek has defined the true state-of-the-art.

Angstrom, Inc.
Booth: 22
Website: www.angstrom-inc.com
Email: sales@angstrom-inc.com

Angstrom manufactures the highly regarded TE250 Laboratory Ring Pulverizer and 4451AE Laboratory Briquet Press for preparation of various types of samples for X-ray analysis.  Since 1962, we have providing rugged and long lasting sample preparation equipment at a surprisingly low price point.  A complete line of aluminum sample cups are offered to complement the 4451AE Briquet Press and a programmable version of the 4451AE Press is available and on display at the Angstrom booth.

Anton Paar
Booth: 5
Website: www.anton-paar.com
Email: info.us@anton-paar.com

With more than 2,900 employees worldwide, Anton Paar provides a dense customer support network. The company offers the most comprehensive range of attachments for non-ambient XRD and is a major supplier of small-angle X-ray equipment worldwide. The SAXSpoint system is the most versatile small-and-wide-angle X-ray scattering set-up on the market.

attocube systems, Inc.
Booth: 12
Website: www.attocube.com
Email: info@attocube.com

attocube is the technology leader for nano-precise piezo positioning stages and ultra-compact fiber-based laser displacement sensor, compatible with extreme environmental conditions such as ultra-high vacuum, magnetic field, radiation exposure, as well as cryogenic to elevated operating temperatures. The portfolio includes linear, goniometric, rotational piezo stages, and customized precision positioning solutions, as well as a modular interferometer with a broad range of sensor heads, all working with nanometer accuracy.

AXO DRESDEN / Huber Diffraction Equipment
Booth: 60
Website: www.axo-dresden.de
Email: contact@axo-dresden.de

HUBER DIFFRACTION is a manufacturer of precise positioning and diffraction equipment for laboratory, synchrotron and neutron applications. AXO DRESDEN is a specialist for high precision deposition and multilayer coatings and will present latest developments in multilayer X-ray optics for 1- and 2-dimensional diffraction applications (from Cr K- to Ag K-radiation) and soft X-ray polarization (< 1keV), roadband/bandpass multilayer mirrors as well as thin film X-ray fluorescence reference samples.

Brightspec NV/SA
Booth: 41
Website: www.brightspec.be
Email: sales@brightspec.be

Bruker
Booths: 31, 32, 33, 34
Website: www.bruker.com
Email: info@bruker.com

Cambridge University Press
Booths: 18
Website: www.cambridge.org/academic
Email: information@cambridge.org

Cambridge University Press is a not-for-profit publisher that dates from 1534.  We are part of the University of Cambridge and our mission is to unlock people's potential with the best learning and research solutions. Visit our stand to discuss publishing with us, browse our publications and get a 20% discount.

Cape Catalytix
Booths: 39
Website: www.capecatalytix.com
Email: michael.claeys@uct.ac.za

Chemplex Industries, Inc
Booths: 1 & 2
Website: www.chemplex.com
Email: sales@chemplex.com

CrossRoads Scientific, LLC
Booth: 38
Website: www.crossroadsscientific.com
Email: mhaller@crossroadsscientific.com

DECTRIS Ltd.
Booth: 8
Website: www.dectris.com
Email: info@dectris.com

DECTRIS develops and manufactures the most accurate X-ray and electron cameras to spark scientific breakthroughs around the world. While CCD and CMOS cameras capture and integrate X-rays indirectly, DECTRIS hybrid-photon-counting cameras count individual X-ray photons and electrons. Originally developed for synchrotrons, this technology is now tailored for laboratory use.

Herzog Automation Corp
Booth: 47
Website: www.herzogautomation.com
Email: info@herzogautomation.com
Herzog Automation Corp. is the leading supplier of manual and fully automatic sample preparation systems for spectrographic and x-ray analysis, tube delivery systems for sample transport, and laboratory automation for the steel, aluminum, cement and mining industries.  Please visit our website at www.herzogautomation.com for our full product line.

Hitachi High-Tech Science America, Inc.
Booth: 17
Website: www.hitachi-hightech.com/hhs-us/
Email: sales@hitachi-hitec-science.us

Hitachi High Tech Science America Inc. designs and manufactures the Vortex line of Silicon Drift Detectors (SDDs) for applications ranging from benchtop instrumentation to the most demanding synchrotron spectroscopy and mapping installations.  We work closely with end-users on design customization.  R&D is a major part of HHT-US’s capabilities with the recent introduction of the Vortex ME-7 SDD and also the 2mm thick SDD sensor which extends the capabilities of the Vortex SDD to higher energies.

HORIBA Scientific
Booth: 6
Website: www.horiba.com/scientific
Email: info.sci@horiba.com

HORIBA Scientific, world leader in Raman spectroscopy, with over 50 years of history in the technique, provides complete Raman spectroscopy solutions for analytical measurements, research Raman, QC/QA and industrial Raman applications. These include Raman microscopes, bench-top Raman spectrometers, hybrid Raman systems (such as Raman-AFM/TERS), transmission and modular Raman systems, dedicated in-situ process Raman spectrometers, and miniaturized Raman instruments for high volume OEM manufacture. Recent innovations include the MacroRAM bench-top Raman spectrometer and our NanoRaman platform that integrates Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) to provide physical sample information on the nanometer scale.

International Centre for Diffraction Data
Booths: 19 & 20
Website: www.icdd.com
Email: info@icdd.com

IXRF Systems, Inc
Booth: 16
Website: www.ixrfsystems.com
Email: info@ixrfsystems.com

IXRF Systems manufactures industry-leading microanalysis systems and x-ray fluorescence (XRF) analyzers for bulk and micro applications. We offer the smallest available XRF spot size coupled with the largest available detectors in the largest chambers on the market, all of which is paired with the most powerful software.  The IXRF software platform is high-powered and fully-featured, yet easy-to-use and intuitive. IXRF offers free software upgrades on all of its products as well unrivaled service and support.

KETEK GmbH
Booth: 37
Website: www.ketek.net
Email: info@ketek.net

The leading manufacturer of Silicon Drift Detectors presents the newest VITUS SDD generation with KETEK’s proprietary Graphene window. It offers significantly higher X-ray transmission below 3keV and boosts the LOD for lighter elements like fluorine or magnesium. The best-in-class cooling performance allows stable chip temperature down to -60°C at up to +65°C heat sink (Δ T > 125K) at 50% lower power consumption. With energy resolutions <123eV (MnKα), P/B ratios above 25,000 and peaking times down to 50ns the newest VITUS SDD series marks the state-of-the-art.

 

Lyncean Technologies
Booth: 45
Website: www.lynceantech.com
Email: info@lynceantech.com

Malvern Panalytical
Booths: 53, 54, 55, 56
Website: www.malvernpanalytical.com
Email: ask@malvernpanalytical.com

Materials Data
Booths: 13 & 14
Website: www.materialsdata.com
Email: mdi@materialsdata.com

Materion Corporation
Booth: 30
Website: www.materion.com
Email: electrofusion-sales@materion.com

Beryllium and beryllium oxide (BeO) windows and assemblies for X-ray tubes and detectors – high purity (99.8%), vacuum tight, as thin as 8µm.  Artifact-free IS-50M® grade beryllium for use in mammography and other sensitive oncology applications.  Corrosion-resistant protective coatings.  Thin film metallic target coatings for transmission X-ray tubes.  High temperature (960° C) brazing and rapid prototyping service available.

Micro X-Ray, Inc
Booth: 46
Website: www.microxray.com
Email: info@microxray.com

Micro X-Ray, Inc. designs and manufacturers low power x-ray tubes used in applications such as XRF, XRF, thickness gauging and imaging. Products include glass x-ray tube inserts for OEM’s; silicone encapsulated x-ray tubes and shielded/packaged tubes for integrators or end users. We also provide all associated power supplies, cables, as well as thermal management systems for higher power applications, or in high temperature environments. Micro X-Ray engineers and production personnel have many years’ experience designing and building x-ray tubes. As such, we are pleased to design tubes per customer specific requirements or for   unique applications. Whether you are a large OEM, system integrator, repair facility, university or laboratory, we welcome the opportunity to discuss your specific x-ray tube requirements.

MOXTEK, Inc
Booths: 10 & 11
Website: www.moxtek.com
Email: info@moxtek.com

Petrick GmbH
Booth: 40

Website: www.petrickgmbh.de
Email: antje.petrick@petrickgmbh.de
Petrick GmbH is specialized in the production and development of x-ray tubes and x-ray tube assemblies for medicine and technique since 1991. Apart from our diverse product portfolio, we develop solutions for your specific case of application and also produce small batches and single pieces. We are open to working together with institutes and universities.

PNDetector GmbH
Booth: 50 & 51
Website: www.pndetector.de
Email: sales@pndetector.de

PNDetector is developing and manufacturing advanced radiation detectors for material analysis in a wide range of applications such as microanalysis, quality assurance and materials science. The silicon sensors are fabricated in PNDetector’s own cleanroom facilities in Munich. The cleanroom is dedicated to an ultra-pure fabrication with a high level of contamination control, insuring very low dark-current levels. The emphasis in production and development is on Silicon Drift Detectors (SDDs) Backscattered Electron Detectors (BSE) and Charged Coupled Devices (pnCCDs).

PREMIER Lab Supply, Inc.
Booth: 49
Website: www.premierlabsupply.com
Email: info@premierlabsupply.com

PROTO
Booths: 35 & 36
Website: www.protoxrd.com
Email: info@protoxrd.com

RaySpec Ltd
Booth: 48
Website: www.rayspec.co.uk
Email: sales@rayspec.co.uk

RaySpec Ltd is a specialist manufacturer of customised Silicon Drift Detectors (SDD) and signal processing electronics for X-Ray Fluorescence applications.  Detectors are available with a wide range of active areas in single and multi-sensor designs.  RaySpec supplies original equipment manufacturers and specialist end users in beam-line and research facilities all over the world.  Please come and meet us at our booth to see how our unique capabilities could satisfy the most demanding of specialised requirements.

RDS Instruments & Electonics
Booths: 42 & 43
Website: www.rdsxray.com
Email: rc@rdsxray.com

Rigaku
Booths: 25, 26, 27, 28
Website: www.rigaku.com
Email: info@rigaku.com

Shanghai Shuosong Electronic Technology Co., Ltd
Booth: 3
Website: www.shuosong.com
Email: yiliya925@163.com

Shimadzu Scientific Instruments, Inc.
Booth: 9
Website: www.shimadzu.com
Email: maquaranta@shimadzu.com

SPECAC Inc.
Booth: 23
Website: www.specac.com
Email: sales@specac.com

SPECTRO Analytical Instruments
Booth: 44
Website: www.spectro.com
Email: spectro.info@ametek.com

SPEX SamplePrep
Booth: 7
Website: www.spexsampleprep.com
Email: learnmore@spex.com

STOE + Cie GmbH
Booth: 58
Website: www.stoe.com
Email: strohauer-hahn@stoe.com

SUNJE
Booth: 52
Website: www.sunstat.com
Email: ls1214@sunstat.com

Sydor Technologies
Booth: 59
Website: www.sydortechnologies.com
Email: info@sydortechnologies.com

Sydor Technologies manufactures beam position monitors and ultra-fast direct imaging detectors. Our DBPMs provide continuous flux, position, and temporal information to ensure proper alignment at beamlines worldwide. From >90% QE to ultra-high dynamic ranges to single x-ray sensitivity, our detectors offer top tier performance capabilities. Each detector is application-optimized with the help of our engineering team. Stop by our booth to learn more about our DBPMS, x-ray detectors, streak cameras, visible imaging systems, and electronics!

Thermo Fisher Scientific
Booths: 57
Website: www.thermofisher.com

XGLab Srl
Booth: 24
Website: www.xglab.it
Email: info.xglab@bruker.com

XIA LLC
Booth: 15
Website: www.xia.com
Email: sales@xia.com

XOS
Booth: 21
Website: www.xos.com
Email: info@xos.com

XRF Scientific Americas Inc
Booth: 29
Website: www.xrfscientific.com
Email: info.americas@xrfscientific.com

XRF Scientific manufactures a complete product line for x-ray fluorescence featuring electric and gas instruments, platinum labware for fusion machines available in the market, and a full range of borate fluxes.  Platinum electrodes, temperature measurements and evaporation materials products complete our offer for mineral testing laboratories, petrochemical and cement industries, among others.  XRF offers refining services to reclaim the highest return value from used platinum accessories. We can assist you in English, Spanish and French.  Visit www.xrfscientific.com for more information.

 

 

 

 

 

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