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Electron beam unit.

ADVANCED ELECTRON BEAMS

Wilmington MA USA

Advanced Electron Beams introduces a new, compact and modular electron beam laboratory unit for evaluating the use of E-beams in a variety of curing, sterilization, materials modification and research, and process development applications. The AEB E-Beam Lab Unit features a solid-state power supply and emitter subsystem. Available with 100-, 125- or 150-kV power supplies, the unit lets users evaluate the E-beam process. The company says the compact unit uses a touch-screen controller for changing the power and dose and is scalable in production environments.

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978-658-8600

www.aeb.com

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