Cincinnati Industrial Auctioneers is selling over 500 lots of equipment from the Nela Park Research and Development campus, formerly operated by GE Lighting. Nela Park, located in Cleveland, Ohio, is the former headquarters of GE Lighting. The industrial park, which is over 100 years old, was sold to real estate company Phoenix Investors in 2022.
The two-day timed online auction closes on the 22nd and 23rd of March. Assets available in the auction include: Thermal Technology brew electric vacuum furnace (1996), furnaces by Blue-M, Lindberg, Despatch, Nabertherm, Thermolyne, Braun / VAC two-station vacuum glove box with plasma welding equipment, testers including Pfeiffer SmartTest HLT560 and Turbo V250, (2) Kaynes Dynisco capillary rheometers, (20) microscopes by Leica, Zeiss, Nikon and others, Linseis model L75/2000 vertical dilatometer, (10) lab vacuum pumps by Pfeiffer, Varian and Ruvac, spectrophotometers, scales, reactor vessels, test chambers, lab machinery, saws, presses, sieve shakers, lappers, Mikron M390 blackbody calibration system, Autoclave Engineers 8″ x 24″ vertical autoclave, CW Brabender 125-20V lab extruder, Miyazaki extruders and high speed mixer, more than 200 items of electronic test equipment, power supplies and related equipment, and much more. The assets can be inspected on the 21st of March.
Founded in 1961, Cincinnati Industrial Auctioneers provides asset disposition, appraisal and auction services to clients across North America. The firm conducts around 60 auctions every year on behalf of Fortune 500 companies, small businesses, lending institutions and government agencies.
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