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ScandiNova receives prestigious order from RPI

January 11, 2017

ScandiNova receives prestigious order from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

ScandiNova Systems AB has received an order of four high precision Pulse Modulators from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, to be installed at their redesigned LINAC facility in Troy New York, USA.

The LINAC facility at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) was originally built in the early 1960’s and has been used for academic research in Nuclear Physics. The LINAC structure itself is now being redesigned and rebuilt including a complete replacement of all of their pulse modulators.

The order consists of four K500 Modulators. K500 is ScandiNova's flagship and largest pulse modulator adapted to klystrons operating up to 100 MW RF peak power, with very high reliability and leading pulse-pulse stability, all of which is made possible by the company’s patented Split Core and parallel Switching Solid State Technology.

- We are honoured to receive this prestigious order from one of the top universities in U.S, and to contribute to new findings within the research area . Our collaboration with RPI has further strengthened our product offering as well as our leading position within Pulsed Power Systems, says Fredrik Mella, CEO ScandiNova Systems. 

For further information, please contact:
Erik Sundström, Head of Communications, ScandiNova Systems AB
+46 70 395 33 95
erik.sundstrom@scandinovasystems.com

K500, high-end solid-state pulse modulator with RF peak power up to 100 MW

About ScandiNova

Based on its break-through technologies, ScandiNova has become an acknowledged world leader in the development and manufacturing of Solid State Pulsed Power Systems. The company, which is headquartered in Uppsala, Sweden, has an established global network of collaborations with highly skilled and experienced partners covering industry, academia and research, including organizations such as i.e. CERN and DESY in Europe and Lawrence Livermore and Brookhaven National Laboratories in the US. Pulse modulators, which are based on semi-conductor technology, have a key function in several high-level scientific applications, cancer treatment, industrial Xray, scanning of goods, sterilization as well as other industrial uses. More than 95% of the delivered systems are exported to clients in 30 countries, mainly in Europe, Asia and North America. ScandiNova is growing rapidly. The Company has more than 60 employees and is seeking additional team members in many areas. Our vision is to be the number one choice for clients using pulsed power, and to significantly improve their various applications.

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