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Laser Thermal appoints Edge Scientific in Canada

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Since 2005, Edge Scientific has specialized in representing the world’s most respected manufacturers of nanotechnology solutions.

Laser Thermal, a leading provider of advanced thermal property measurement tools, has signed Edge Scientific as its exclusive representative for sales of the company’s SSTR-F thermal conductivity and thermal resistance measurement instruments and contract testing services.

Under the terms of the agreement, Edge Scientific will sell Laser Thermal products and services throughout the Canadian market, with a focus on serving the materials research and nanotechnology industries. Edge Scientific provides researchers and facilities with the expertise and equipment needed to customize their systems by integrating product lines for nanotechnology applications. Through a comprehensive approach Edge Scientific assesses the needs of its customers to develop complete application solutions for proposal submissions. Leveraging its extensive reach and established customer base in the Canadian market, Edge Scientific will lead the growing demand for thermal metrology solutions within the region.

Ron Fisher, Laser Thermal’s Vice President of Sales and Business Development, commented: "We're thrilled to have found a trusted partner with a stellar track record in Canada. We’re eager to harness their expertise and enthusiasm to expand our reach and provide high-performance thermal management instruments, testing services and software systems that are easy to use.”

Stephen Wood, CEO of Edge Scientific, shared his enthusiasm to work with Laser Thermal: “Edge Scientific is excited to lead Laser Thermal’s foray into the Canadian market with its innovative thermal conductivity measurement solutions, which streamline thermal conductivity and thermal resistance testing for materials, interfaces, thin films, and substrates. We are thrilled to be able to provide innovative, high-quality products to our customers with the first and only instrument on the market that can deliver reliable, sensitive, and repeatable thermal conductivity measurements and analysis at the nanoscale.”

The partnership between Laser Thermal and Edge Scientific represents a strategic opportunity to offer comprehensive thermal metrology solutions and services to cutting-edge Canadian industries. Both firms are optimistic that this collaboration will spur progress in thermal metrology and bolster their clients' achievements.

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