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NSG Announces New Quartz Micro Flow Channel
Date:1/21/2013

Farmingdale, NY (PRWEB) January 21, 2013

NSG Precision Cells, a custom manufacturer of quality cuvettes and flow cells for over 50 years is proud to present their newly refined quartz micro flow channel cells. With extremely precise tolerances and immaculate technique, NSG's customers always come back for more.

With superlative design and manufacturing of fine quartz products, NSG Precision Cells is a leader of the silica industry with over 50 years of experience. NSG is a member of the Tosoh Quartz Inc. family, which is an international company that has been delivering advanced technology and outstanding products since 1935. If you are looking for a micro flow channel cell, there is no better place to look!

NSG Precision Cells is particularly knowledgeable in constructing, forging, polishing and perfecting quartz and glass manufacturing. Additionally, NSG offers a variety of custom designs for laboratories and research facilities. Designs include precise dimensions and tolerances that are specified as well as guaranteed full customer support even after purchase. With the finest in quality as well as price, NSG offers a variety of cuvettes and flow cells that can be custom designed to fit the needs of a laboratory. Because there is a wide array of cuvettes and flow cells that NSG can specially make, a small list is detailed as follows:

  •     Flow Cytometry Cells
  •     Flow Channel Cuvettes
  •     Quartz Plates and Discs
  •     Micro flow Channel Cells
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