Bruker Energy & Supercon Technologies is a leading manufacturer and developer of a broad range of advanced materials and devices. Our product and service range comprises:
Low Temperature Superconductors
Our LTS products are used in a wide range of applications, including clinical MRI and ultra high field NMR as well as energy storage, high energy physics and fusion research, addressing the world's energy needs.
High Temperature Superconductors
Our product range comprises 2G HTS wire customized for a large range of applications such as motors, generators, cables and fault current limiters. We also offer coils and current leads tailored to customer specifications.
Our hydrostatically extruded metal product line includes Cuponal (TM) copper clad aluminum wire and sections for the aircraft industry and electric power equipment.
Our scope of magnets covers a wide spectrum of superconducting and normal conducting magnets for research, accelerator technology and industrial applications.
Monochromator Systems, X-ray Mirror Systems, Beamline Components, Experimental Stations, Protein Crystallography Endstations, X-Ray Microscopy, Complete Beamlines
Research Instrumentation by Research Instruments
Development, production and sales of electromagnetic components and systems for particle accelerators and other applications in science (high energy physics, applied research), energy (nuclear fusion and fission), medical (particle therapy a.o.) and advanced technology industry.
Bruker BioSpin’s power division manufacture and sell power devices worldwide, for industrial markets such as the steel industry, or clinical segments such as radiation therapy. In addition, we specialize in developing technologies for basic research applications, such as accelerators in particle physics.
Bruker EST operates a hydrostatic extrusion press and offers extrusion service for aluminum, superconductors and other alloys.
Magnet Engineering & Analysis
Bruker EST offers magnet engineering & analysis service covering the full range of engineering tasks in magnet technology comprising magnetic, mechanical, cryogenic, and manufacturing design of magnet systems.