ADANI was founded in 1991 by Vladimir Linev, PhD, a full professor and specialist in applied nuclear physics. As a scientist, inventor and author of over 150 patents, Vladimir Linev is a cutting-edge engineer and entrepreneur and focuses ADANI on innovation, effective R&D and agile manufacturing.
The name company was originated from Advanced Analytical Instruments – the first business area ADANI entered.
ADANI is a highly innovative science-based industrial enterprise where innovations and technologies are converted into unique technical solutions and world-class products. For over 20 years, ADANI has been involved in the research, development and manufacturing of hi-tech, science-based equipment for medical radiology, X-ray security screening, non-destructive testing, radiation control and ESR spectrometry.
ADANI offers a unique automatically controlled compact Electron Spin Resonance (ESR) spectrometer to serve various scientific and practical purposes, as well as compact gamma analyzers for the examination of food and building materials.
Whether in the automotive, electronics or aircraft industry or for ship and vessel construction, ADANI is offering industrial X-ray inspection systems for nondestructive material testing which can fit in any manufacturing process and guarantee highest quality and safety standards for industrial products.
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