Verder Scientific will be hosting a hands on techniques workshop on the "Preparation, Characterization and Analysis of Powder Metals for Additive Manufacturing" at this year's MS&T17 in Pittsburgh, PA.
Verder Scientific and the company Monitoring & Control Laboratories have formed a joint venture in South Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa, with offices opening in Linbro Business Park, Gauteng on the 1st July 2017.
With the acquisition of ATM the VERDER group extends the portfolio of its Scientific Division in the business segment of sample preparation of solids. The company is a leading manufacturer of machines for metallographic applications.
GERO is a leading manufacturer of vacuum furnaces up to 3,000 °C Founder and Managing Director Roland Geiger stays in the management
The Dutch technology group VERDER has strengthened its international business activities by expanding their product portfolio. In addition to classic laboratory and analytical technology, their focus has now extended to high-temperature material testing and physicochemical analysis.
- ELTRA is a leading manufacturer of elemental analysers - Founder and Managing Director Yiannakis Polemitis stays in the management
The quality control of fine powders in a size range from 1 µm to 3 mm can be substantially improved with Retsch Technology’s new CAMSIZER XT: More precise and faster analysis of particle size and particle shape helps to improve the product quality, reduce rejects and save costs.
We are happy to present the winner of the second draw: Mrs Yun Yun Ding from China
On June 30th, another lucky winner of the Superheroes competition was drawn: Mr Soren Demin from the UK,
We not only offer comprehensive application support for our mills, sieve shakers and sample dividers with free-of-charge test grindings in our application laboratory. We also have a laboratory on wheels, the RETSCH bus.
In many industries, particle shape is of great importance for the production process. To determine the particle size and shape reliably and reproducibly, digital image analysis – such as is used in Retsch Technology’s CAMSIZER - is the method of choice.
The latest developments in camera and light source technology have been integrated into the new CAMSIZER which was presented at Achema 2006 for the first time.