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Elliot Scientific has launched a new and expanded Products & Capabilities Brochure for 2009/2010
The 16-page Products & Capabilities brochure summarises all of the products and services available from Elliot Scientific's four different divisions:
• Components & Instrumentation
• Cryogenics & Magnetics
As well as own-brand products from the Elliot Scientific and Elliot Martock ranges, the brochure also covers products from the 36 companies Elliot Scientific represents in the UK and Ireland. These include many global brand leaders such as JDSU, Thales Laser, and Lake Shore along with companies that are gaining worldwide recognition for their innovative products like Klastech, for their unique CW Ruby laser, the silver nanoparticle polarisers of CODIXX and iR Photonics for their novel infra-red fibre-optic material.
The new brochure can be downloaded as a PDF directly from the Elliot Scientific website or a printed copy can be pre-ordered on request.
About Elliot Scientific
Elliot Scientific is a major supplier of Opto-Mechanic, Laser, Cryogenic, Magnetic, Telecom and Datacom components and systems to the Scientific, Research and Industrial communities. We supply world class products sourced from many British, North American, European and Far Eastern companies. In addition, we manufacture our own ranges that are marketed under the Elliot/Martock and Elliot Scientific brands.
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Elliot Scientific Ltd
3 Allied Business Centre, Coldharbour Lane, Harpenden, Hertfordshire, AL5
4UT, United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0)1582 766300
Fax: +44 (0)1582 766340
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