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Founded Year

1978

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Corporate Minority | Alive

About Heraeus Noblelight

Provider of Ultraviolet (UV) and Infrared radiation (IR) emitters and laser lamps, as well as modules, systems and control equipment for use in science and industry.

Heraeus Noblelight Headquarter Location

161 Cambridge Science Park Milton Road

Cambridge, England, CB4 0GQ,

United Kingdom

44 1223 423 32

Latest Heraeus Noblelight News

McNAIR Aerospace Center installs Heraeus Noblelight humm3 technology

Jun 30, 2021

Composites heating technology will comprise of a fully integrated system with a plug-and-play head module to further extend AFP and cylinder production capabilities. humm3 on gantry at the McNAIR Center. Heraeus Noblelight Ltd. (Cambridge, U.K.), a flash systems technology company, has recently confirmed the installation of its latest humm3 system to the McNAIR Aerospace Center based at the University of South Carolina (Columbia). This system, which offers a flexible, controllable heat solution for automated fiber placement (AFP), automated tape laying (ATL), filament winding and other composites applications, represents a significant upgrade to the humm3 discovery system the McNair team have been working with. The newest installation of the humm3 system will comprise of a powerful, fully integrated system with a plug-and-play head module. The system is being integrated onto the Ingersoll Machine Tools Lynx AFP cell and will allow the team to further extend their AFP and cylinder production capabilities. “We are delighted that the McNair Center have selected humm3 technology to further explore the capabilities of composites heating technology,” says Peter Lascelles, senior sales manager for Heraeus Noblelight. “The McNair Center are experienced users of humm3 technology, having had a discovery system for some years now. We look forward to seeing the results they achieve with this even more capable product.” The McNair Center for Aerospace Innovation and Research reports that it has a mission to “grow South Carolina’s knowledge based economy and support industry through aerospace education, research leadership and industry advancement.” Keeping composites technology at the heart of its four thrust areas detailed in its mission statement will enable the Center to bridge the gap between technology and industry. “We at the McNair Center are excited to partner with Heraeus in upgrading our equipment to have the latest in humm3 technology,” says McNAIR Center Director, Dr. Abdel Bayoumi. “This upgrade will allow us to continue our activities in advancing composite manufacturing while also paving the way for new research opportunities.” Heraeus Noblelight further notes that the technology has recently introduced two new product families, including humm3 discovery which is ideally suited to research and development and humm3 enterprise which is intended for integration and industrial work. RELATED CONTENT

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Heraeus Noblelight Patents

Heraeus Noblelight has filed 13 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Spectroscopy
  • Thermodynamics
  • Electromagnetic radiation
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