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    International Medcom was founded in 1986 to develop and produce high quality radiation detection instruments and systems. Medcom serves individuals, institutions and communities concerned with health...
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    Hamamatsu Photonics is a leading manufacturer of devices for the generation and measurement of infrared, visible, and ultraviolet light. These devices include photodiodes, photomultiplier tubes,...
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    Terraplus offers the largest selection of near surface geophysical equipment available in the world. With such a large product range to choose from our interests are best served by helping you find...
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    Founded in 1879, J.L.Lennard is a family owned, Australian company which imports and distributes a range of products from world renowned manufacturers in Europe, America and Japan. J.L.Lennard...
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    Alvord Systems is dedicated to designing and manufacturing reliable high quality customized equipment. Our x-ray instruments, fixtures, slurry saw blade packs and various test and measurement systems...
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    LND, Incorporated designs, engineers and manufactures gas-filled nuclear radiation detectors. Since 1964, LND has developed a product line that encompasses all the commercial, scientific and...
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    Established since 1969 Loma and Cintex are the world's leading brands in food, pharmaceutical and textile inspection systems - metal detectors, x-ray inspection and checkweighers. LOMA...
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    "Measuring Made Easy". According to this motto, market leading Helmut Fischer Group has been developing and manufacturing high-precision measuring instruments for coating thickness...
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    Peco InspX is the leading provider of advanced technology inspection solutions for food and beverage industries. With headquarters in Burlingame, CA, the company serves customers around the world and...
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    A team of astronomers led by the University of Leicester has uncovered new evidence that suggests that X-ray detectors in space could be the first to witness new supernovae that signal the death of...

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