I worked for Triton Technology Ltd. as software and IT manager for many years and continued to work for Lacerta Technology Ltd. which was formed from what remained after the company was sold to Mettler Toledo.
Triton were formed by a group of four friends and colleagues who all used to work for Polymer Laboratories Ltd.
The company designed a number of revolutionary new products that shook up the Thermal analysis industry a bit, bring new technologies in electronics into the industry and creating new instruments with greater precision and functionality at lower cost. The company produced the Tritec-2000 DMA (dynamic mechanical thermal Analyser) which was sold as a product to Perkin-Elmer Instruments,a DETA (Di-electric Thermal Analyser) and the identiPol QA which is a low-cost version of the DMA aimed at the plastic products manufacturing industry. After selling the Tritec DMA to Perkin Elmer, the company later developed another new DMA called the TT-DMA which is now sold and marketted by Mettler Toledo.