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Porvair Sciences Announces Summer Show Program

Published: Thursday, May 16, 2013
Last Updated: Thursday, May 16, 2013
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Company will exhibit its latest applications at Forum LABO, European Lab Automation, ASMS and HPLC 2013.

Porvair Sciences has announced that its latest applications focused microplates and microplate equipment will be exhibited at Forum LABO (Paris, 4th-7th June), European Lab Automation (Hamburg, 6-7th June), ASMS (Minneapolis, 9-13th June) and HPLC 2013 (Amsterdam, June 16-20th).

Visitors to Porvair’s stands at these important events will be able to meet technical specialists, see the company's new UltraVap Mistral microplate evaporator, recently launched range of HPLC sample evaporators and review a wide selection of high quality microplates.

Also available will be copies of new mini catalogues for Porvair’s deep well plates, assay plates plus a special catalogue dedicated to serving the North American market.

For many years, Porvair Sciences has led the field in nitrogen blow down evaporation.

The UltraVap Mistral is a new version of Porvair's most popular sample concentrator making it even easier to integrate an automatic dry down step into users automated liquid handling protocol.

Offering rapid evaporation of common HPLC solvents from sample vials, Porvair’s range of HPLC sample evaporators combine a new 48-well needle head with a dedicated HPLC vial holder that accepts 48 standard 1.5ml vials.

Applications that will benefit from the new HPLC sample evaporators include pre-concentration prior to injection (to increase sensitivity) as well as evaporation to dryness of post-column fractions for recovery of compounds.

Combining uncompromising high quality with an affordable price - Porvair Sciences will also display its extensive range of deep well, shallow well, storage, assay, SPE, protein precipitation and filtration microplates.

Precisely manufactured in an ISO 9001 production cleanroom to comply with SLAS / ANSI dimensions ensures Porvair microplates are completely compatibility with all automated sample handling systems, microplate readers and washers.


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