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Energetiq appoints Elliot Scientific as distributor for Laser-Driven Light Source products in UK and Ireland

Woburn, MA | Posted on January 19th, 2011

Energetiq Technology, Inc., a developer and manufacturer of ultrahigh-brightness light sources for advanced technology applications, has appointed Elliot Scientific Ltd. as its distributor in the United Kingdom and Ireland for Energetiq's range of Laser-Driven Light Source (LDLS(tm)) products. 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're excited to be able to offer Energetiq's revolutionary Laser-Driven Light Sources to our customers," said David Welsh, Managing Director at Elliot Scientific. "With the unique LDLS characteristics of higher brightness, very broad band, and ultra-long life, we believe we can give our advanced imaging and spectroscopy customers performance levels an order of magnitude better than which they've been accustomed."

Paul Blackborow, Energetiq's CEO, added, "Elliot has an excellent track record of serving the needs of researchers and manufacturers with a range of high performance instruments and components. Energetiq's products augment their existing range and will allow Elliot to offer customers a complete application solution."

Electrodeless in operation, Energetiq's patented laser-driven technology in the LDLS products is ideal for analytical applications requiring ultra-long lamp life. With the LDLS technology, researchers and engineers who need highly reliable, high brightness UV light can use a single broadband (UV-Vis-NIR) source, giving them a cost-effective alternative to purchasing and operating
multiple lamps or lasers.

For more information on Energetiq's Laser-Driven Light Sources: www.energetiq.com/html/ldls.html

For information on Elliot Scientific: www.elliotscientific.com.

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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.

About Energetiq Technology, Inc.
Energetiq Technology, Inc. is a developer and manufacturer of ultrahigh-brightness light sources for use in analytical instrumentation. Energetiq's unique Laser-Driven Light Source (LDLS(tm)) technology features broadband output from 170nm in the deep UV, through visible and into the infrared. The LDLS products offer higher reliability, more than 10X brightness, and better than 10x lifetime of conventional Xenon arc and Deuterium lamps. For more information, visit www.energetiq.com.

Contacts:
Simon Welsh
Elliot Scientific Ltd.
3 Allied Business Centre
Coldharbour Lane
Harpenden
AL5 4UT
United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0)1582 766 300
Fax: +44 (0)1582 766 340

www.elliotscientific.com

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