Established in 1796, A.KRÜSS (or A. Kruess) Optronic has been producing high-precision optical measuring instruments for more than 200 years. In a nationwide competition held in 2005 the company won an award to become one of Germany's "Top 100" innovative medium-sized companies. As part of our heritage we not only consider it a social obligation to train apprentices in both the technical and commercial sectors but also an essential factor in our long-term innovation process.
At a Glance: Laboratory Equipment Made by A.KRÜSS Optronic:
Optical Measuring Instruments
KRÜSS Optronic Spectrometer-Goniometer 1836
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