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Our Team is Growing

31 March 2018

Fred Miccoci, originally from Rome, is our Production Controller and will be working to streamline procurement and shipping processes. Fred is also a lifelong Lego aficionado and an expert in tiramisu manufacture. Dan Grout, a graduate physicist from the University of Leeds, is our Systems Test/Installation Engineer and will be taking over product testing and site installations. Dan is also an ace climber and has travelled widely in search of the most challenging rocks.

On the Road Again

05 April 2018

This June, Moorfield will be touring the Benelux territories with local representative ST Instruments. In the back of the van will be a working nanoPVD-S10A system! If you are in the area, and would like a demo of a state-of-the-art high-vacuum magnetron sputtering system, at your location, then please get in touch.

New Distributor for Spain and Portugal

New Distributor for Spain and Portugal

23 November 2017

Our new distributor, TONUS Serv, S.L.U., is now on hand to help customers in Spain and Portugal. Contact them today to discuss your project!

A New Managing Director

A New Managing Director

23 November 2017

Jonathan Edgeworth to Take the Reins from November.

Jon gained his Ph.D. at the University of Warwick before moving to the USA to become a postdoctoral researcher in the graphene group at the University of Austin, Texas.

Joining Moorfield in 2012, Jon entered as Product Manager for the new graphene line. Before his promotion to MD, he was previously Technical Director (since 2014) and also responsible for leading business development within the company.

Commenting on his new role Jon said “I am delighted to have the opportunity to help move the business forward over the coming years. The team here have built a very competitive product line and this is giving us success in the market which we intend to capitalise on and further expand the business”

Former Managing Director Jonathan Whitehead will now take the position of company chairman.

Bloodhound SSC Completes First Public Event

Bloodhound SSC Completes First Public Event

23 November 2017

The successful runs of BLOODHOUND SSC at Cornwall Airport Newquay on 26 October mark a major milestone in the BLOODHOUND Project, the main objective of which is to inspire the next generation to enjoy, explore and get involved in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

The Project’s Education Programme has already engaged with an estimated 2 million young people globally and has proved hugely successful in boosting the numbers of students applying to university to study engineering.

The World record 1000mph car’s rocket engine is being rebuilt in a Clean Tent CT1700, available from Moorfield’s division: Clean Environments.

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