ScandiNova’s vision is to get all users of pulsed-power systems to use modern solid-state modulators to significantly improve product performance in fields such as particle physics, cancer therapy and selected industrial sectors.
In the first half of 2018, the company had strong order bookings including increased volumes to OEM customers in cargo scanning, radiotherapy and new areas such as food processing. Sales are relatively equally distributed between Europe, USA and Asia.
All completed installations and operational hours have led to unique and valuable knowledge and feedback that is essential to constantly be at the forefront and offer cutting-edge products with high up time and performance.
Mikael Lindholm, Senior VP Sales & Marketing, ScandiNova Systems AB comments, "I am very pleased that we have reached this milestone confirming that our technology has become the most widely used in the market for new pulsed power systems. We look forward to continuing this journey together with our customers and partners”
For more information, please contact:
Erik Sundström, Head of Communications, ScandiNova Systems AB
+46 70 395 33 95
Thanks to its breakthrough technology, ScandiNova is a world leader in the development and production of Pulsed Power Systems with high power levels. The company’s product range covers pulse modulators, generators, turnkey radio frequency (RF) systems and e-gun modulators, all equipped with Solid State technology.
These systems have key functions in several research-based applications and radiotherapy, as well as in cargo inspection, non-sdestructive testing, industrial X-ray, sterilization and other industrial uses.
More than 95% of production is exported to clients in 40 countries, mainly in Europe, Asia and North America. ScandiNova Systems AB, a spin-off from Scanditronix, was founded in 2001 by individuals with long commercial and technical experience in pulsed-power applications. The company, which has its head-office in Uppsala, Sweden, has 65 employees plus sales representatives in key regions around the world.Show news list