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Tekna receives two orders for Tek15 plasma systems

The total amount for both orders is CAD 1.9 million

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Tekna, a provider of advanced materials solutions to industry, has secured two orders for Tek15 plasma systems. The combined value of these orders amounts to CAD 1.9 million – bringing the cumulative year-to-date Tek15 system sales to a total of CAD 5.6 million.

Tekna’s plasma systems, acclaimed for their state-of-the-art advanced materials research capabilities, offer various configurations that cater to a spectrum of industries and academic research, including 3D printing.

“These latest orders underline yet again our leading position as provider of advanced plasma systems to industry. Our Systems product line provides a strong foundation for our company, while we continue to improve and expand capacity of our own advanced material production systems,” said Luc Dionne, CEO of Tekna.

Both orders are set for delivery in Q3 2024 and come from customers in Australia and Korea. One of the customers will use the Tek15 system to drive the creation of innovative materials, both spherical and nano, intended for diverse applications in the medical industry. The other customer, a prominent government agency at the forefront of scientific research, will use the system for the development of materials suited for the additive materials industry, with a particular focus on reactive metals.

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