ScandiNova is a leading provider of solid-state high-power pulse modulators and RF systems. Our patented split-core concept is proven by most of the major research facilities in the world, integrated into cutting-edge radiotherapy systems, and used in a range of demanding industrial applications such as cargo-scanning and non-destructive testing.
Uppsala, Sweden, February 12, 2019. ScandiNova Systems has reached yet another milestone: the company’s total order book has reached four-digit levels, clear proof that its solid-state modulator technology is truly well-established. The largest sales increase comes from end-users within cancer therapy and cargo scanning, plus customers within other industrial applications, e.g. food processing, as well as research.
Our growth journey continues and we need new talent in many areas. Right now, we are looking for engineers for several exciting roles, both for our production/engineering department and our R&D department. Are you the one we are looking for?
UPPSALA, SWEDEN November 23, 2018. ScandiNova today announced that next years Users' Meeting takes place in Tokyo, where ScandiNova recently established its Japanese subsidiary. The event will be held at Courtyard by Marriott Tokyo Station, 15-17 May 2019. Dont' miss this opportunity for inspiration, knowledge and new insights. Read more!
ScandiNova offers a comprehensive range for various applications. Explore our klystron systems (K-Series), magnetron systems (M-Series) or pulse generators (PG-Series). We also offer complete RF solutions, integrating, optimizing and taking full responsibility, thus enabling you to focus on your core business.
“The performance of the ScandiNova solid-state modulators comply with the high-power demands of the particle physics user community and provide excellent pulse to pulse stability, flatness and repeatability. Their high precision and reliability ensure the stable RF power essential for accelerating particles. What’s more, ScandiNova is very proactive. They listen to our needs and help improve the results of our research programs.”
Gerard McMonagle, Engineer, CERN, Geneva, Switzerland
UPPSALA, SWEDEN October 30, 2018. ScandiNova Systems today announced the completion of its high-precision pulsed-power modulator delivery to SwissFEL, the new Free Electron Laser Scientific Research Facility at the Paul Scherrer Institute in Switzerland. All 13 modulators are now SAT-approved and in full operation, helping to progress pioneering research experiments.
Mikael Lindholm, founder and Senior VP Sales & Marketing, about ScandiNova, our breakthrough technology and its advantages over traditional technology.
ScandiNova has been selected as the supplier of pulse modulators to the newest treatment platform in the Varian portfolio - Halcyon™ Radiotherapy system.
ScandiNova’s pulse modulator met the specific requirements of Varian Medical System’s new treatment system, namely highest level of reliability, minimized consumables or need for service. Read more about this and other cases.