The Bruker M6 JETSTREAM is designed for the non-destructive testing and analysis (NDT) of large samples, Eg. Large paintings or bulky artefacts. The mobility of the instrument allows it to be placed at the site of the object of interest, be it in a gallery, museum or on the shop floor. The performance parameters enable scanning areas of 800 mm x 600 mm with a variable spot size down to 100 µm and speeds of up to 100 mm/s. As the system is capable of measurement "on-the-fly" this results in a pixel dwell time of as short as 1 ms. Measurement rig can be tilted, allowing samples to be scanned either horizontally or vertically. The spot size of the M6 JETSTREAM can be adapted in five steps to match the structure of the sample and the desired spatial resolution. Bruker's advanced XFlash® silicon drift detectors (SDD) are used for the detection of fluorescence radiation. They feature high count rate capability and best energy resolution over a wide count rate range. Special safety circuitry provides optimal user protection against exposure to X-rays Ultrasound distance measurement safeguards against collision with the measurement object. Regardless of sample size, the M6 JETSTREAM can be easily positioned due to its mobility. It can be disassembled into four parts which makes it transportable.