SPS events in a row in October!


Kagaku Analys is ready for 2 events for SPS this October! Our partner from SUGA, Japan, will have Ms. Tomoko Yokosawa coming to join us in both events!   We will participate the Symposium SPS 2019, 17-18th Oct 2019 Limoges (France). (Journées Nationales sur le Frittage par Courant Pulsé) And we will hold an SPS demo/workshop in University of Nottingham, on 23rd Oct 2019 (see more details in SPS demo in Nottingham)   Looking forward to seeing you!

SPS demo in University of Nottingham, Oct 23rd


Welcome to SPS demo/workshop in Nottingham University. On Wednesday October 23rd you are cordially invited to our demonstration of SPS 630, installed at Nottingham University in March this year. Tentative programme 10:00 Welcome and short introduction of SPS. 10:30 Presentation of SPS 630 and its features. Demonstration of sintering metals and ceramics. 13:00 Lunch at campus 14:00 Future developments and news of Suga SPS 14:15 Demonstrating High vacuum 15:00- about 17:00 Running a few samples brought by attendees*, if there is… Read more

We had a NICE time at E-MRS 2019 Spring

| Conference

This May we went to E-MRS 2019 in Nice. It is our first time in E-MRS and we had a NICE time! E-MRS conference is one of the largest conference for material science research in Europe, and this year it gathered more than 2700 participants (not including the exhibitors). This year we participated the exhibition, representing AGUS-SPS (Sparkle plasma sintering), and our sister company Hot Disk also joined us. We were very excited that we met our users, new visitors… Read more

Kagaku exhibition at AMRS 2017

| Conference | Africa | Thermal Conductivity Analysis | Raman microscopy

We welcome you to Kagaku’s exhibition on The 9th International Conference of the African Materials Research Society (AMRS 2017), set for Gaborone in Botswana on December 11-14 2017! Staff from Kagaku will be there, featuring Hot Disk, Thermtest and Protrustech products. Over 500 researchers from Africa and beyond are expected to attend the conference. As a result, participants can expect a broad platform research and networking related to materials. The topics range from materials for water, via materials for energy to nanotechnology. Interesting keynote… Read more