The X-Ray Soller Collimator is typically used to limit radiation in x-ray diffractometers, either in highly customized laboratory settings or in synchrotron facilities.
The collimators are based on the JJ X-Ray standard gadolinium oxide coated stretch-foil technique.
|Key Facts||X-ray Soller Collimator|
|Collimation||Any collimation down to 0.5 mrad|
|Foils||80-125 µm thick Gadolinium Oxide coated PETP or Kapton Foil|
|Spacers||Aluminum with thickness determined by collimation requirements|
|Covers||Open apertures are delivered with thin protective aluminum covers|
|Common options||Foil material can also be polyimide, aluminum or stainless steel.
Coatings can be various alternative materials.
Vacuum compatible parts and coatings can be furnished.
Extra dense foil coatings may be furnished for lower resolution collimators to limit "cross-talk“.
Vacuum shroud with kapton window.