News overview

  • Press Release: SDM ECO (ES)

    Rhosonics ha estado desarrollando un nuevo medidor de densidad no-nuclear durante los últimos cinco años. Como se anunció recientemente, se confirma que la empresa está lista para presentar el nuevo producto bajo el nombre 'SDM ECO' en su evento online de lanzamiento del nuevo producto el 2 de noviembre de 2023.

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  • Press Release: SDM ECO (EN)

    Rhosonics has been developing a new non-nuclear density meter for the last five years. As per a recent announcement, it is confirmed that the company is ready to unveil the new product under the name ‘SDM ECO’ at its online product launch event on the 2nd of November 2023.

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  • Rhosonics welcomes four new employees

    We are delighted to announce the arrival of three new employees on board. Welcome to the Rhosonics team!

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  • Our tree for 3 campaign comes to a close

    We are happy to announce that our "3 for Tree" campaign, where we promised to plant 3 new trees for every 3 new followers or re-post gained, has reached its conclusion!

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  • Rhosonics Academy

    We are excited to introduce our brand-new training platform: the Rhosonics Academy.

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  • Collaboration with S3 Alliance

    Rhosonics has partnered with S3 Alliance to offer customers dependable and efficient solutions for real-time monitoring of chemical concentrations.

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  • Tree for 3 campaign

    Rhosonics launches brand new campaign aimed to make our planet more green

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  • Putten Power Run

    Today, on May 19, 16 employees and their family members are participating in the local Putten Power Run 2023. Besides, Rhosonics is proud sponsor of the Putten Power Run this year. 

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  • Rhosonics welcomes new Area Sales Manager

    A new employee (Samir Rustamov) joins Rhosonics as our Area Sales Manager of Europe and CIS.

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  • Radioactive cylinder missing

    In the province of Prachinburi east of Bangkok, a 30-centimeter long and 13 inches wide steel tube, said to be containing highly radioactive Cesium-13, was reported missing on Friday 10 March 2023

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