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The Incoatec Microfocus Source IµS - sealed tube x-ray source with high brilliance and high-performance


A wide range of optics of different materials and applications for the best solution of your requirements

X-ray Tubes

Incoatec´s X-ray tubes


The unique possibility to upgrade your existing diffractometer by installing our microfocus source IμS

News & Events

Incoatec Lunch Break

March 24, 12:30 pm

Staying in Touch in Times of Social Distancing and Nation-wide Lockdowns!


The Incoatec Lunch Break invites you to a short intensive exchange of experiences, where we discuss, collect ideas and have lunch and coffee on the side.

incoatec 2020 - Home Office Edition

What we are doing, where we came from and what we can do for you!

Coordinated Development of Tubes and Optics: New Possibilities for X-ray Analytics - our home office edition 2020!


Art conservation with an IµS

Unravel the invisible secrets in historical paintings of famous masters with an Incoatec Microfocus Source.


On the pathway to novel hydrogen storage materials

The closest IµS, located just a few steps away on the grounds of the Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, is used in a Bruker diffractometer for testing materials.


Solving small, weakly diffracting samples with the IµS DIAMOND!

Inform yourself in the application note “Novel In-house Structure of a Cognate Chaperone-Toxin Complex”.


We may be at home, but are available.
Due to the still worldwide limitations resulting from the corona virus many meetings are going virtual currently. At incoatec we’re still doing our part to prevent the virus from spreading and to end the pandemic. We have a mix from working from home and working on site and we are lucky that we could continue the production without interruption by now. We hope to meet you again face-to-face in 2021. Until then our sales and of course our service team are available for your service, questions and problems anytime at or


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