Technoorg Linda Co. Ltd. is based in Budapest, Hungary since 1990. From the beginning TL’s main tasks are researching new methods and instruments what run jointly by its own R&D team and researchers of selected university and academic institution members. The company is fully committed to serve the society of material science with its developments.
In order to satisfy the quality requirements of the customers Technoorg Linda has implemented and maintains a Quality Management System which fulfills the requirements of the ISO 9001 standards since 2004. The aim of TL’s sales policy is to bring our services as close as possible to the final users. For this purpose the sales & marketing department established a network of representatives and nowadays TL has partners in almost 40 countries on 5 continents of the world.
The company’s mission statement is the following: Ensuring highest-quality ion beam thinning for all kinds of materials and samples; research and development in environmental monitoring and measurements. Modelling and monitoring of aerosol-caused health effects.TL’s customers represent the complete spectrum of final users of material science instrumentation typically found in industrial, governmental and academic research departments and laboratories. The Technoorg Linda brand name is recognized throughout the leading scientific community and has been synonymous with high-precision instruments and world-leading quality of sample preparation. Applications of laser light scattering form a heavy focus point too.
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