Aerial reinforces its position as a global leader in dosimetry and radiation processing applications with Bruker’s acquisition of the EPR division of Freiberg Instruments/Magnettech (Germany). Aerial’s commitment to the radiation processing market remains unchanged in terms of continued development of the dosimetry solutions as well as expanding its global servicing footprint and capabilities. Bruker acknowledges Aerial’s role as the market leader in dosimetry and looks forward to the future collaboration.
‘“The extensive work we have been doing with my colleagues for several decades in the field of dosimetry and radiation processing is bearing fruit. All participants in the IMRP World Congress in Strasbourg last April praised the originality and the specificity of our model. Bruker’s acquisition of Magnettech’s EPR Business will surely lead to innovations in technology, which is completely in line with our development strategy. We expect this to significantly strengthen and structure our resources at the international level. I am confident that our partners of the radiation processing community will benefit even more from our ‘best dose of innovation,” commented Dr. Alain Strasser, General Manager at Aerial.
About Aerial: Since more than 30 years, Aerial, a French Technology Resources Centre and IAEA Collaborating Centre develops innovative and customized dosimetry solutions for the radiation processing community, and especially for the radiation sterilization industry. Based on optical or ESR spectrometers, Aerial’s products (Aerode, Aerede, Dosasap) are largely used worldwide in laboratory and industrial environments. In developing customized and validated dosimetry softwares, with a clear customer oriented strategy, Aerial has got a very specific and global leading position in that field. Moreover, Aerial’s excellence center for radiation processing, recently reinforced with a high energy Ebeam and X ray facility based on an IBA Rhodotron for R&D and training (feerix project), and surrounded with an accredited dosimetry laboratory and well equipped laboratories (microbiology, NMR, chromatography, sensory evaluation, feeze drying) constitutes a unique model and tool serving innovation in the field of radiation processing.
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