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MIP Technologies Presents New Range of RENSA™ Industrial Resins

Published: Monday, January 27, 2014
Last Updated: Monday, January 27, 2014
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New range of polymeric separation resins for industrial use.

MIP Technologies has presented a new range of RENSA™ industrial resins. The company is now offering industrial resin products together with recently published product- and application notes on the website http://www.biotage.com/product-page/rensa-bulk-resins.

These notes describe the materials and physical properties as well as the performance of the new resins so that customers can select the appropriate resin for their specific separation requirements.

“The food, beverage, pharma, consumer products and life science industries are constantly confronted with new separation challenges as the result of an ever changing regulatory environment and the pressure to achieve a better process economy. In response to this need, MIP Technologies has established a broad range of polymeric materials spanning a wide chemistry landscape that will enable these industries to overcome those separation challenges” says Dr. Ecevit Yilmaz, Product Manager – Industrial Resins.

Dr. Yilmaz continued, “The separation materials can be used by our customers at the pilot and production scale to either extract undesired impurities or to enrich specific target compounds from complex matrices.”

“The area of Industrial Scale applications is an important new pillar in the business of Biotage. We will continue to invest into the development of our Industrial Resin portfolio and we will further expand the range of engineered polymeric adsorbents. This will allow us to offer unique and highly selective separation solutions to our wide range of industrial customers” says Dr. Ecevit Yilmaz.


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