At a time when sterilisation, hygiene and disinfection has never been more critical, Knight Optical – the leading supplier of on-spec, metrology-tested, premium-quality optical components – explores how the ultraviolet (UV) end of the spectrum is helping with sterilisation
Optical components and manufacturing have long gone hand-in-hand, and in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic and with the Government’s attempt to push the sector in a bid to save the UK economy from a potential downfall
I am delighted that Knight Optical will be operating in earnest once again from our Kent-based headquarters as well as our US offices.
Following this week’s announcement from our Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, Knight Optical – the leading supplier of premium-quality, metrology-tested optical components – will be opening its doors again from 15th May
At a time when food is in-demand more than ever before, Knight Optical – the leading supplier of on-spec, metrology-tested premium-quality optical components – looks at how optics are used across the world in food supply
Optical Domes are ubiquitous. You’re certainly never too far from a technical device that makes use of the curved, sturdy component, and as a trusted protective solution, it’s easy to see why they are specified across a range of industries.
Whether it’s housebound gentle activity, a quick 15-minute walk around the block or a late afternoon run in the early spring sunshine (all following Governmental social distancing guidelines, of course); consumers are all starting to appreciate the great outdoors that little bit more.
As the COVID-19 pandemic appears to be worsening, we would like to share with you our plans to help get us all through this worrying and anxious period.
There are hundreds of innovations the world over that derive from university research. For example, where would the medical industry be without the University of Vienna’s Neurologist Karl Dussik’s examination of diagnostic ultrasound?