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              Products

              Liquids Research Limited produce ferrofluids based on ferrite and metal particles. A wide range of ready made and custom made magneto-rheological dispersions are also available.

              Research

              The philosophy of Liquids Research Limited is to supply specialist materials to industry who have an interest in developing new applications for these exciting materials.

              Consultancy

              As Europe's leading manufacturer of magnetic colloids and related materials, Liquids Research Limited is uniquely placed to provide a comprehensive consultancy service for their clients.

              Projects

              Apart from our standard catalogue products, Liquids Research have a number of client projects underway for development of tailored magnetic fluids, nanoparticles and magnetorheological dispersions.

              Research

              The philosophy of Liquids Research Limited is to supply specialist materials to the engineering industry who have an interest in developing new applications for these exciting materials. 

              An “in house” R & D capability is offered through which collaboration with other and usually much larger companies has been undertaken to develop new innovative products based on ultrafine magnetic particles. Thus a range of products has been developed which are not available through other commercial sources.

              Liquids Research Limited has a tradition of undertaking jointly exploited projects in novel magnetic materials. Work has been undertaken with partners who have interests in organic chemistry, mechanical design, engineering and specialist needs in the field of magnetic circuit design. Liquids Research Limited is always open to invitations to participate in new projects.

              Contact us

              Phone: +44 (0)1248 352204/354103
              Fax: +44 (0)1248 352204/352497
              Email: [email protected]

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              Mentec, Deiniol Road, Bangor, Gwynedd, North Wales, UK, LL57 2UP


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