Bowman Appoints UK Distributor


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Bowman has appointed SciMed, a distributor of scientific instruments serving the UK and Ireland, as its exclusive distributor for Bowman XRF plating thickness measurement systems in the UK. The announcement was made by Bowman President Tom Leone.

Paul Vanden Branden, an owner of SciMed, said, “Bowman is an exceptional addition to our portfolio.  Their technical people are the best in the XRF industry, and they're recognized as a leader in XRF instrument technology, both here, and in US."  

SciMed will represent Bowman XRF systems throughout the UK, and provide service and technical support.  Bowman XRF equipment is tailored to the user's specific needs, and includes a broad range, from entry-level instruments to elite, "best in class" systems for the most demanding microelectronics applications.  Like all Bowman global service partners, SciMed will also repair and upgrade other brands and models of XRF instruments.

About SciMed

SciMed was established in 1979 in Stockport, Cheshire, and has become one of the UK's most prominent distributors of laboratory and process equipment. It works with every sector of UK industry, but primarily advises scientists and technicians involved in microelectronics, metal plating, electrochemistry and elemental analysis. 

About Bowman

Bowman is a leading manufacturer of precision XRF coating measurement systems, with a robust local service network that provides same-day response

for every XRF requirement, worldwide.  Equipment evaluation, selection, commissioning, maintenance and modernization is provided for users of all Bowman instruments, as well as other XRF brands. For more information, click here.

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