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We Are Hiring

Written by Don on Wednesday, 23 July 2014. Posted in Primasonics Blog, Latest News

We Are Hiring

Do you have a 1st or 2.1 Honours degree, with an MSc or MEng degree in any of the following disciplines; Acoustics, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering or Physics? Are you looking to launch a career in industry? Then this opportunity could be for you.

My Personal Carbon Cycle

Written by Don on Thursday, 10 July 2014. Posted in Primasonics Blog

My Personal Carbon Cycle

Have you ever heard of the Carbon Cycle? Well in my case it started in my academic and business life in my late teens and has continued to this present day. Let me explain. My academic career started in the Department of Organic Chemistry, Queens University, Belfast, Northern Ireland and I just loved it. I had a fabulous boss, a real lady, Dr Barbara Auret and my main job was in making rare organic chemicals to be used by PHD students in their work.

We have an Author in our Midst!

on Thursday, 26 June 2014. Posted in Primasonics Blog, Latest News

We have an Author in our Midst!

Congratulations to our very own Marketing Manager who, writing under the pen name D. T. Angell, has just published his first novel The Stone of Destiny in both E-Book and Paperback versions.

Primasonics is expanding into Italy!

on Friday, 20 June 2014. Posted in Primasonics Blog, Latest News

Primasonics is expanding into Italy!

We are happy to announce that there is a new addition to our extended family. Last month Gianluca Casari, of NORMICOM S.r.l in Italy, joined us at our head office in Penrith to complete our agent training programme and get to know the UK based team that will be helping him to bring Acoustic Cleaning to Italy.

Sonic Swan Lake

Written by Don on Tuesday, 27 May 2014. Posted in Primasonics Blog

Sonic Swan Lake

I must admit that I not the world's leading lover of the ballet. Perhaps it is because it has always been choreographed and presented in the same somewhat old fashioned style. However my view on ballet totally changed when I went to see Matthew Bourne's adaptation of Carmen which he titled The Car Man.

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