The Group
Since 1962 the combined companies that make up the Scienta Scientific Group have been leading the development of ultra high vacuum research and analysis equipment in the fields of Surface Science, Material Physics, UHV technology and Radiation Detection, resulting in scientific breakthroughs, Nobel Prizes and outstanding industrial equipment.
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    Turnover: 45.7M euro (2016)
    No. of employees: 170
    Factories: Taunusstein, Germany & Uppsala, Sweden


    Scienta Omicron

    Scienta Omicron is the leader in UHV systems for Surface Science and Material Physics, combining electron spectroscopy, scanning probe microscopy and thin film deposition techniques. 

    Our systems are used in leading edge research of new materials for solar cells, batteries, superconductors, semiconductors and quantum computing. Our customers are leading scientists worldwide in nanotechnology and related fields, working to solve our future challenges.

    Scientaomicron.com

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    Turnover: 15.0M euro (2016) incl inter-group trading
    No of employees: 80
    Factories: Hailsham,UK


    VACGEN

    VACGEN has more than fifty years experience in the design, manufacture and supply of equipment and complex subassemblies for ultra high vacuum (UHV) applications in research and scientific industries. 

    VACGEN is the leading worldwide brand in UHV, used by scientists directly or integrated into many scientific systems, including systems from Scienta Omicron.
     
     

    vacgen.com & CNCvacuum.co.uk

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    Turnover: 4.3M euro (2016)
    No. of employees: 10
    Factories: Uppsala, Sweden


    Scienta Sensor Systems

    Scienta Sensor Systems is the leading specialist in detection of radioactive airborne noble gases, integrated into systems installed around the world to monitor radioactive pollution and nuclear events. 

    Sensor systems are the most sensitive long-distance detection equipment, currently installed on all continents continuously monitoring radioactivity levels.
     
     

    sensorsystems.se

Scienta Scientific AB, Box 15120, 750 125, Uppsala

Phone: +46 18-480 58 00
Fax: +46 18-55 58 88
Email: info@scienta.se

Scienta Scientific AB, Box 15120, 750 125, UppsalaPhone: +46 18-480 58 00Fax: +46 18-55 58 88Email: info@scienta.se