CERN signs a contract with BUMAX

Leading Swedish manufacturer of premium stainless steel fasteners BUMAX has signed a contract with scientific research institute CERN for more than a quarter of a million high strength premium stainless steel fasteners to be used for the upgrade of the world famous LHC particle accelerator in Switzerland.

New Sandvik grade for CERN

On the border between France and Switzerland, at CERN, physicists are working hard to understand the fundamental laws of nature. To succeed, they are using accelerators where particles are set to collide at the speed of light.

Sandvik in prestigious project with CERN

Sandvik has landed an order from CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research. With the help of particle accelerators, scientists at CERN are trying to understand how the universe was once created and its fundamental structure.

Stainless used in CERN research

BUTTING technology is being used to help scientists at CERN (Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire, Geneva, Switzerland) find out more about anti-matter.

Demanding task for weld robots

A laser-welding system incorporating IRB 140 six-axis robots from ABB Automation Technologies has been developed for manufacturing critical components for the next generation of particle accelerator.

New way to polish titanium

The polishing of titanium and its alloys has taken an important step forward following an agreement between Bripol of Birmingham and the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Geneva

Stainless steel for Swiss laboratory

DMV Stainless Italia, the Italian subsidiary of DMV SAS, located in Costa Volpino (Bergamo), has received an order from CERN, the European Laboratory for Particle Physics, to supply seamless stainless steel tubes.