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Bespoke Instrumentation and Custom Manufacturing from Bibby Scientific

Published: Wednesday, May 14, 2014
Last Updated: Wednesday, May 14, 2014
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The company can produce solutions which directly meet with customer specs, ensuring that they get the results they require in the most accurate and reliable way possible.

When facing the unique requirements of the scientific, industrial and healthcare sectors, sometimes something more than an off-the-shelf solution is required. Bibby Scientific designs and manufacturers a diverse selection of bespoke equipment, with each instrument specifically tailored to meet the needs of individual customers. By using its own proven designs as a basis and adding alterations, Bibby can produce solutions which directly meet with customer specs, ensuring that they get the results they require in the most accurate and reliable way possible.

The company’s expertise, particularly in the fields of temperature control, agitation, signal detection and imaging, means that each and every instrument is fine-tuned to ensure the best possible levels of performance. Temperature control, both below and above ambient to 0.1 of a degree, precise agitation and mixing to speeds over 2,000 rpm, and the incorporation of digital imaging are just a selection of the technologies that can be included.

Bibby Scientific has already produced bespoke equipment for a range of vital and innovative projects, from temperature controlled activation of anti cancer therapies to industrial heating and process applications using fluidised baths.

Customers are supported throughout the vital design and manufacturing stages, as well as provided with on-going support once the final product is delivered. With decades of experience in the design and quality manufacture of sophisticated equipment especially catered for small batches, top levels of quality, accuracy and reliability are guaranteed.


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