Tekna secures multiple orders for its plasma systems

July 13, 2023

July 13, 2023

Plasma systems such as this Teksphero-15 offer compact R&D solutions and enable the user develop processes that can be scaled up to produce industrial quantities (Courtesy Tekna Holding)
Plasma systems such as this Teksphero-15 offer compact R&D solutions and enable the user develop processes that can be scaled up to produce industrial quantities (Courtesy Tekna Holding)

Tekna Holding ASA, Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada, reports it has secured three orders for its plasma systems, amounting to around €1.36 million (CA $2 million) in total. The orders came from three different customers located in the US, Germany and Asia, who will reportedly use the systems for the development of materials in a variety of applications including energy, rechargeable batteries and microelectronics.

Tekna’s plasma systems are available in multiple configurations and are designed to provide customers with advanced materials research capabilities. The company also offers a range of metal powders suitable for metal Additive Manufacturing, Metal Injection Moulding (MIM), thermal spray and Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP).

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“These orders confirm our leading position as provider of advanced plasma systems to industry. Our Systems product line provides a strong foundation for our company, while we continue to improve and expand capacity of our own advanced material production systems,” shared Luc Dionne, CEO of Tekna.

Two of the orders are scheduled for delivery in Q4 2023 and the other in Q2 2024.


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