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Comet Opens Service and Repair Center

October 1, 2005
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STAMFORD, CT-Comet, a supplier of X-ray, RF and Dosimetry solutions, announces the grand opening of its service and repair center at the recently expanded American headquarters in Stamford, CT. The new facility ensures the highest-quality test, repair and maintenance, with turnaround time of as little as 24 hours for the initial evaluation and analysis of a damaged X-ray tube or module.

Comet's service and repair center includes four certified service engineers with more than 25 years of experience. The center provides the company's service team with the ability to test and repair Comet and Feinfocus X-ray tube subsystems as a module or at the component level.

The center also provides failure analysis service for complex electronics devices and precision components, such as those found in military and aerospace and medical device applications.

The company has added a business manager for its X-ray solutions division in Connecticut. Jeremy Simon is responsible for key account management, strategic development and customer support within the division.

In additional Comet news, the company opens a technical resource center in San Jose, CA. In the heart of Silicon Valley, the new facility has more than twice the space of the previous West coast facility. The 5,200-square-foot office was chosen due to the efficient layout of the building and its proximity to existing customers in the area.

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