Atomic Felt (Oct, 1954)

Who knew felt was such an important component in making atomic bombs?


American makes science serve its customers
It may surprise you to learn that American Felt Company keeps a Geiger Counter open in its Engineering and Research Laboratory. It is used to make sure no radioactive atomic particles from the atmosphere get into wool or other fibres used in making felts for industrial filtration, as in film, chemical or drug manufacture. All the other devices listed here have special applications, and are employed by chemists, engineers and technicians in our Laboratory to check every phase of our operations accurately. We are proud of our scientific approach to technical problems and invite your inquiries.

Geiger Counter
pH Meter
Colorimeter
Autoclave
Fungus cultures
Fadeometer
Research Microscopes
Air Permeameter
Galvanometer
Durometers
Vibration Meters
and others.
American Felt Company
58 GtENVILLE ROAD, GLENVIUE, CONN.

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