LONDON Gresham Scientific Instruments Ltd, which was purchased in July 2005 by e2v technologies plc for £5.1milion is to be renamed ‘e2v scientific instruments Ltd’.
Gresham Scientific Instruments (High Wycombe, England) is a supplier to the X-ray analytical market sector manufacturing X-ray detectors for energy dispersive X-ray (‘EDX’) and X-ray fluorescence (‘XRF’) spectrometry. The detectors are primarily used within scanning and transmission electron microscopes and XRF analysers. The company supplies its high specification X-ray detectors worldwide to industrial equipment manufacturers and research laboratories.
Tony Bosley, managing director, Gresham Scientific Instruments, said, “Changing our name to e2v scientific instruments is just part of an ongoing programme which will improve systems and help us to share information and technology with e2v, whilst maintaining independence to follow the growth strategy which has made us so successful.”
e2v technologies is a provider of radio frequency and sensing technology for medical and science, aerospace and defence, and industrial and commercial systems.