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Pressbox (Press Release) - North America Positive Material Identification Market Size Industry Analysis and Forecast (2017-2024) _ by Offering (Services, Equipment), by Technique (Optical Emission Spectrometry (OES), X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF)), by Form Factor (Benchtop Analyzers, Portable Analyzers), by Industry (Aerospace & Defense, Oil & Gas, Metals & Heavy Machinery, Infrastructure, Automotive, Scrap Recycling, Chemicals, Power Generation, and Pharmaceutical), and by Geography (US, and Canada).

Positive Material Identification or PMI involves the analysis of any metallic alloy for establishing its composition by reading the quantities present through percentage of the available constituent elements. Usual methods for understanding and analyzing the PMI include X-ray fluorescence and optical emission spectrometry.

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Positive Material Identification Market Size is expected to reach from USD XX Billion in 2016 to USD XX Billion by 2024, at a CAGR of XX% between 2017 and 2024.

Report includes assessment of market definition along with the identification of key players and analysis of their strategies, complete quantitative analysis of the industry from 2016 to 2024 to enable the stakeholders to capitalize on the prevailing market opportunities, market analysis and comprehensive segmentation with respect to offering, technique, form factor, industry, and geography to assist in strategic business planning.

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The x-ray fluorescence (XRF) technique segment is expected to witness huge market growth and a large market share:

The x-ray fluorescence (XRF) technique held the larger share of the positive material identification market, in 2016. Owing to the portability of XRF analyzers XRF analytical technique is commonly preferred for PMI over other techniques.

US held one of the largest shares of the market during the forecast period:

US manufacturers are performing material verification for PMI in metal fabrication environments in industries. The elemental analysis of piping or the equipment with specific analyzers offers a perfect solution for guaranteeing quality assurance in case of selected components.

Scope of the Report:

North America Positive Material Identification Market Size , by Offering: Services, Equipment

North America Positive Material Identification Market Size , by Technique: Optical Emission Spectrometry (OES), X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF)

North America Positive Material Identification Market Size , by Form Factor: Benchtop Analyzers, Portable Analyzers

North America Positive Material Identification Market Size , by Industry: Aerospace & Defense, Oil & Gas, Metals & Heavy Machinery, Infrastructure, Automotive, Scrap Recycling, Chemicals, Power Generation, and Pharmaceutical

North America Positive Material Identification Market Size , By Geography: US and Canada

North America Positive Material Identification Market Size , Company profiles:

Olympus
Hitachi
Thermo Fisher
Ametek
Bruker
Shimadzu
SGS
Intertek
Bureau Veritas
TUV SUD

for more information:
https://www.maximizemarketresearch.com/market-report/north-america-positive-material-identification-market/6956/

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