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History

 

1995

Beginning of multilayer X-ray optics development at GKSS Research Centre

1999

First prototypes for XRF analyzers for B and C are launched

2001 2-dim beam shaping Montel Optics are introduced

2002 Foundation of Incoatec as Incorporation with Bruker AXS as a major partner
Moving from GKSS into the GITZ (Geesthachter Innovation and Technology Center)

2003 Incoatec receives the Technology Award of Schleswig-Holstein for the development of XRF analyzer crystals

2004 Revenue exceeds 1 mill Euro

2006 Incoatec launches the Incoatec Microfocus Source IµS-Cu for biological crystallography and small-angle scattering
Moving into new premises

2007 Incoatec has more than 20 employees
Incoatec wins the Schleswig-Holstein economy award for family-friendly human-resource development
1st Cu-IµS installed at the Center for Structural Biology, Kiel, Germany
Mo-IµS developed for chemical crystallography

2008 Revenue exceeds 3 mill Euro
Incoatec introduces the new Helios MX Optics for IµS and rotating anodes for protein crystallography

2009 1st Ag-IµS installed at the Institute of Inorganic Chemistry, Göttingen, Germany

2010 Incoatec has more than 30 employees
100th IµS installed at the Fédération Chevreul (CNRS) in Lille, France  

2011 Launch of the new microfocus source IµSHigh-Brilliance 
 
2012 Incoatec celebrates the 10th anniversary
Launch of the scatterfree pinholes SCATEX

2014 Incoatec has about 50 employees
Moving into the new premises

2015

Celebration of the 500th IμS customer at the Institute of Inorganic Chemistry in Goettingen, Germany
Launch of the new microfocus source IμS 3.0 Cu for Bruker D8 VENTURE Gen 2 and D8 QUEST Gen 2
Launch of the Incoatec X-ray Tube IXT

2016

1st Incoatec X-ray Enclosure IXE installed with IµS Cu upgrade

2017

Incoatec celebrates 10 Years IµS
Launch of the unique microfocus source IμS DIAMOND Cu with diamond hybride anode

2018

Launch of IµS DIAMOND for Mo radiation
Incoatec introduces the new Helios EF Optics for chemical crystallography