Friday, 10 October 2014

10 Years ZAG Zyklotron AG

ZAG Zyklotron AG celebrates its 10th anniversary of active production. ZAG entered in 2004 into production and can look back on 10 successful years:
of reliable production and delivery of

  • radioisotopes for medicine,
  • activations for radionuclide technique in mechanical engineering (RTM),
  • RTM measurement systems and KIPROS targets for I 123 production;

as well as the development of new products and further development of our standard production.

Our anniversary we celebrated on 10/10/2014 together with many guests, our coworkers and their families in the pavilion in front of our new office building:

Zelt

 

Our guests arrive - customers, contractual partners, friends of ZAG Zyklotron AG:

ezag

Kehrwald Schweickert

Naschs Peter

Krmer Zerweck Kunz

Viele Gste

 

Dr. Hermann Schweickert, CEO, is opening the celebration:

Schweickert 2

 

Our operating facilities may be visited:

KAZ Scherges

For Example the Karlsruhe Compact Cyclotron KAZ,

 

Schweickert MIZ

The Karlsruhe Mini-Cyclotron MIZ with Opend Rotation Gate

 

KIPROS

Assembly Space with Guests and a KIPROS-Target

 

RTM Messsystem 

and the RTM Measurement System.

 

 

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