Navigation Links
Cole-Parmer Features New Masterflex and Laboratory Technologies at Pittcon 2013
Date:2/18/2013

Vernon Hills, IL (PRWEB) February 18, 2013

Cole-Parmer will showcase a selection of new and enhanced Masterflex® tubing pumps and tubing formulations at Pittcon® 2013 in Philadelphia March 18-21. Attendees stopping by Booth #2225 can view the new Masterflex® L/S® Precision Modular Drives. These peristaltic pump drives allow users to position the motor and controller separately—ideal for limited spaces, hoods, or isolation chambers. The new non-DEHP formulation of Masterflex® Tygon® E-Lab Pump Tubing, containing no BPA or phthalates, will also be on display. This versatile tubing handles virtually all inorganic chemicals and viscous fluids and offers near-global compliance.

Along with fluid handling products, Cole-Parmer will feature key items that boost productivity in the laboratory. The new Cole-Parmer® Variable-Speed Clinical Centrifuge ensures powerful and complete separation of serum and plasma specimens in samples. The new LabTouch Water Activity Meter uses the latest noncontact infrared sampling technology and a maintenance-free Aw sensor designed to measure almost any kind of sample. The new PBI Shredder SG3 System from Cole-Parmer enables users to achieve better sample integrity and longer DNA. The device creates a closed system in which to safely prepare samples. The Cole-Parmer® Rotational Viscometer determines the dynamic viscosity of samples in pharmaceuticals, chemicals, biofuels, adhesives, and more. It is available in basic, intermediate, and advanced models.

Booth visitors can also register to win a Nintendo® Wii U Basic Set and request the new 2013/14 Cole-Parmer® Sourcebook. For more information, call 800-323-4340 or go to

Source: PRWeb
Copyright©2012 Vocus, Inc.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2

Related biology technology :

1. Cole-Parmer Introduces New Selection of Ultrasonic Cleaners
2. Pinnaclife Animal Health Features Seal N Heal Wound Shield in New Veterinary Dermatologist Tested and Approved Product Line!
3. Musculoskeletal Network Features Update on Nutraceuticals for Osteoarthritis
4. Man-made pores mimic important features of natural pores
5. Laboratory Equipment Marketplace LabX.com Receives Fresh Look and Updated Features
6. Tri-Valley Dentist Dr. Endre Selmeczy Currently Features Oral Sedation Dentistry
7. Eppendorf Video Features Dr Andrew Holts Work on Bioactive Leachates From Plastic Consumables
8. Chemir Announces New Custom Synthesis Laboratory
9. The Veterinary Bioscience Institute Partners with LabRoots to Produce Laboratory Animal Science BioConference Live
10. Identigene Turns 20! Identigene DNA Laboratory Celebrates 20 Year Anniversary
11. Saladax Biomedical, Inc. Announces the Formation of a CLIA Laboratory As Part of the Companys Commercialization Strategy
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:3/26/2015)... March 26, 2015 Neogen Corporation (NASDAQ: ... the third quarter of fiscal 2015, which ended Feb. ... prior year,s $6,575,000. Earnings per share in the current ... Current year-to-date net income increased 17% over prior year ... or $0.56 per share, for the same period a ...
(Date:3/26/2015)... 2015 "In America," the popular news television ... that is hosted by legendary film actor James Earl Jones, ... in an upcoming segment. , Botany is commonly described ... is actually quite a bit more complicated than that. Scientists ... of living organisms, from the smallest bacteria known to man ...
(Date:3/25/2015)... one of the most attractive in the emerging European ... growing economy and increasing government investment in healthcare, according ... market is set to grow at twice the pace ... 10-15% annually reaching an approximate market value of $43-60 ... Green Cross provides total healthcare solutions that address ...
(Date:3/25/2015)... March 25, 2015 Optimal Research, LLC has ... Excellence (ViE) Award "Best Clinical Site or Trial Network". ... Optimal has been selected as a nominee in this ... a "Highly Recommended" distinction in 2014. The ViE awards ... efforts, accomplishments, and positive contributions of companies and individuals ...
Breaking Biology Technology:Neogen reports 13% increase in net income 2Neogen reports 13% increase in net income 3Neogen reports 13% increase in net income 4Neogen reports 13% increase in net income 5Neogen reports 13% increase in net income 6Neogen reports 13% increase in net income 7Neogen reports 13% increase in net income 8Optimal Research Nominated 2015 Vaccine Industry Excellence (ViE) Award 2
... Dermaheal now available in the United States marries science and convenience, ... delivery. , ... Irvine, CA (PRWEB) December 22, 2008 ... organic, preservative-free product made fresh and delivered to users ...
... CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- A new type of highly sensitive ... expand the limits of modern biomedical imaging, allowing scientists ... in living cells and tissues without the use of ... on stimulated Raman scattering (SRS), works by detecting the ...
... that food additives that contain nanoscale materials be subject ... does not pose unintended risks. , The call comes ... the incoming Obama administration. It also takes place amid ... Administration (FDA) and possibly create a separate government food ...
Cached Biology Technology:Organic, Preservative-Free Skin Care Products from Dermaheal Now Available in the United States 2Organic, Preservative-Free Skin Care Products from Dermaheal Now Available in the United States 3New label-free method tracks molecules and drugs in live cells 2Experts argue nano food-additives require new oversight 2
(Date:3/20/2015)... DUBLIN , Mar. 19, 2015 Research and Markets ... the "Iris Biometrics - Global Strategic Business Report" ... worldwide markets for Iris Biometrics in US$ Thousands. The report ... , Japan , Europe ... East , and Latin America . ...
(Date:3/17/2015)... MINNETONKA, Minn. , March 17, 2015 /PRNewswire/ ... sciences technology company specializing in clinical study management ... will be in attendance at ARENA,s Outsourcing in ... Cary, NC.  This event provides an excellent forum ... company,s easy-to-use, flexible and affordable software-as-a-service (SaaS) eClinical ...
(Date:3/16/2015)... Between 16 and 20 ... innovations in biometric identification at the CeBIT exhibition ...      (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20150316/735333 ) , ... at the forefront: the company,s all new BiometricGate ... Germany . BiometricGate is the first ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):Iris Biometrics - Global Strategic Business Report 2015: System & Network Access Control - A Robust Market Opportunity in the Offing 2Iris Biometrics - Global Strategic Business Report 2015: System & Network Access Control - A Robust Market Opportunity in the Offing 3Iris Biometrics - Global Strategic Business Report 2015: System & Network Access Control - A Robust Market Opportunity in the Offing 4Iris Biometrics - Global Strategic Business Report 2015: System & Network Access Control - A Robust Market Opportunity in the Offing 5Connect With MedNet Solutions At Outsourcing In Clinical Trials Southeast 2DERMALOG Presents its Latest Biometric Innovations at the Hannover CeBIT Exhibition, 16 - 20 March 2015 2DERMALOG Presents its Latest Biometric Innovations at the Hannover CeBIT Exhibition, 16 - 20 March 2015 3
... Soldiers in war zones and farmers tending their fields ... their nerves. In large doses these agents, called organophosphates, ... also produce chronic disabilities such as problems with learning and ... Jr., pharmacologist at the Medical College of Georgia at Georgia ...
... are human rights. Yet almost 780 million of the ... and some 2.6 billion people live without sanitary facilities. ... agricultural and manufacturing businesses already use up more than ... for water continues to rise. The Organization for Economic ...
... people to punish others who lie, cheat, steal or violate ... stand to benefit personally, is a distinctly human behavior. There ... in this "I punish you because you harmed him" fashion. ... been institutionalized in human legal systems and economists have identified ...
Cached Biology News:Effect of chronic exposure to chemicals used as weapons, pesticides under study 2Effect of chronic exposure to chemicals used as weapons, pesticides under study 3Use less water, producing energy and fertilizer at the same time 2Use less water, producing energy and fertilizer at the same time 3Crime and punishment: The neurobiological roots of modern justice 2Crime and punishment: The neurobiological roots of modern justice 3Crime and punishment: The neurobiological roots of modern justice 4Crime and punishment: The neurobiological roots of modern justice 5
Human TSLP MAb (Clone 258136)...
Human Serpin A8/AGT Affinity Purified Polyclonal Ab Keywords: Ang II, AngII, Hypertension, Salt Homeostasis, Pre-eclampsia...
Homo sapiens retinoid X receptor, alpha...
Human Serpin B5/Maspin Affinity Purified Polyclonal Ab...
Biology Products: