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YXLON Installs 600th X-ray Inspection System


Hudson, OH — YXLON has installed its 600th MU2000-D X-ray inspec- tion system. After launching in 1997, the universal radi- ographic system is still a very successful inspection system worldwide, due to its flexibili- ty and durability. Scandinavian provider


of sophisticated lighting fix- tures NORLYS, with head- quarters in Oslo, Norway, has installed YXLON’s latest sys- tem. In early 2012, the com- pany expanded its activities by establishing an advanced, high-pressure aluminum die- casting foundry, producing parts for its own product range and for the automotive industry. NORLYS opted for YXLON’s


Supported by a skilled Casp X-ray technician with the knowledge and


YXLON’s 600th MU2000-D, installed at NORLYS.


non-destructive X-ray technology. Several NORLYS employees had attended a seminar on the subject entitled “Digital Radiography and Computed Tomography in Industry” at the Foundry Research Institute in Krakow, Poland, which had been organized by YXLON International along with Casp System Sp. Z.o.o.


experience to answer the company’s questions regarding the inspection processes, NORLYS decided to invest in the MU2000-D X-ray inspection system.


Contact: YXLON International,


5675 Hudson Industrial Parkway, Hudson, OH 44236 % 234-284-7849 Web: www.yxlon.com


See at SEMICON West, Booth 5456


ULVAC Intros Series of Industrial Vacuum Pumps


Methuen, MA — ULVAC Technol - ogies has introduced its VS series of single-stage rotary vane pumps for a wide range of industrial vacuum applications. The VS650A and VS750A are robust, install-anywhere pumps with speeds of up to 750 m3/h (8,073 ft3/h). These small-footprint, all-in-one pumping powerhouses are built for high reliability and ease of maintenance. The VS series pumps are avail-


able with air or water cooling, offer low vibration and are affordably priced. With a built-in oil cooling fan and easy-to-clean oil-mist trap, these compact units take up far less space than conventional single-stage rotary vane pumps. To increase pumping speeds further, a mechani- cal booster pump can be added for speeds of up to 3,100 m3/h (33,368 ft3/h). Typical applications include


evaporation, sputtering, ion plating, vacuum drying, gas exchange, and leak testing.


VS series industrial vacuum pump.


Contact: ULVAC Technologies,


Inc., 401 Griffin Brook Drive, Methuen, MA 01844 % 978-686- 7550 fax: 978-689-6300 E-mail: esohm@us.ulvac.com Web: www.ulvac.com


See at SEMICON West, Booth 5978


Aven Intros Accu-Cut Hard Wire Cutters


Ann Arbor, MI — Aven has intro- duced its Accu-Cut hard wire cutters, designed with superior cutting strength for tough materials, such as stents, catheters and nitinol. Made from steel alloy with


brazed carbide inserts, each pair cuts through hard wires with a hardness rating of 80-82 HRC. Box-joint construction provides


precise blade alignment for the life of the cutter. Ultra-responsive dual-leaf springs enable easy opening and clos- ing for reduced hand fatigue during repetitive use. Additional features include ESD-safe grips and a highly- polished mirror finish. Made exclu- sively in Germany for Aven, Accu- Cut Hard Wire Cutters come in 10


See at SEMICON West, Booth 6461


Accu-Cut hard wire cutters. Contact: Aven, Inc., 4330


Varsity Drive, Ann Arbor, MI 48108 % 734-973-0099


E-mail: mike@aventools.com Web: www.aveninc.com


assorted styles for demanding jobs that require strength.


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