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ADC will Deliver Cutting Edge Components to MAX IV
07/30/2013 - 11/30/-0001

Lansing, NY, July 30, 2013 -- ADC, Inc. announced today that they have been awarded a contract by the MAX IV Laboratory, a Swedish national laboratory at Lund University, to develop a number of beamline components for the MAX IV project.

 

ADC offers a large assortment of custom and standard designed, precision beamline equipment including: Slits, Monochromators, Photon shutters, X-Ray Optics, Turn-Key Beamline components, Optical Tables, Spectrometers, Goniometers, and many other high-precision motion systems for Synchrotron & High Energy Physics Facilities, worldwide.

 

“This was an international procurement in which ADC competed with other companies worldwide and was able to win the contract,” says Alexander Deyhim, President and CEO of ADC. This contract is another demonstration of the talent and dedication of our team members. We are delighted to be selected to design and develop cutting edge instruments in Lansing, NY, and deliver them to Europe. 

 

For more information on “High Precision Slits” please visit:

http://www.adc9001.com/products/category/102

 

MAX IV Laboratory is a Swedish national laboratory at Lund University, which supports three distinct research areas: acclerator physics, research based on the use of synchrotron radiation, and nuclear physics. The MAX IV Laboratory is the successor of the MAX-lab National Laboratory and includes both the operation of the present MAX I, II, and III facilities (MAX-lab), and the MAX IV project, aiming at constructing the new MAX IV facility at Brunnshög in the Northeastern part of Lund. MAX IV is currently being constructed and will be open for research in 2015. For additional information, please visit the MAX Lab web site at: https://www.maxlab.lu.se/

 

About the company: ADC has over 17 years of experience and extensive capabilities in the machining and manufacturing of complex systems for the scientific community. We focus mainly on synchrotron and neutron sources. We have an in house physicist and engineers for such things as magnet modeling for undulators, optics for beamlines, FEA and thermal analysis, as well as other disciplines. We have the facilities and equipment for UHV applications such as a class-50 clean room, leak checkers, RGAs, vacuum pumps, and UHV component cleaning and bagging facilities, as well as a highly trained staff.

 

For additional information, please visit the ADC web site at: www.adc9001.com.

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