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DataApex Announces a New Control Driver for the Alltech® 3300 ELSD

Published: Tuesday, December 04, 2012
Last Updated: Tuesday, December 04, 2012
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DataApex has announced the release of a new control driver for the Alltech® 3300 evaporative light scattering detector (ELSD) from Grace Discovery Sciences, a business unit of W. R. Grace & Co.

This driver has been officially released with Clarity Chromatography Software version 4.0.2.

"We are striving to maximize the portfolio of Clarity controlled instruments.  The cooperation with a manufacturer such as with Grace is always inevitable for successful development.” Jan Hruby, DataApex general manager commented the driver release.

Grace Discovery Sciences is a market leader in ELSD technology; further information on the Alltech®controls-det-alltech-330-el.gif 3300 ELSD can be found at www.discoverysciences.com.  Grace is a leading global supplier providing innovative products, technologies and services that enhance the quality of life. Grace employs approximately 6,000 people in over 40 countries and had 2011 net sales of $3.2 billion. More information about Grace is available at www.grace.com.

Clarity Chromatography Software has a strong position in the chromatography data systems market. Clarity, the third generation of DataApex products, allows controlling more than 400 different instruments from the single environment and offers its users very high flexibility. Clarity is highly regarded for its intuitive approach, excellent performance, cost-effectiveness and proficient technical support.

DataApex is solely focused on chromatography software development. A strong emphasis is placed on technological innovation, visionary adoption of new laboratory standards, best practices and extensive customer support. DataApex products are sold in over 80 countries around the world. Ten chromatography instrument manufacturers privately resell labeled versions of DataApex’s software.  To obtain further information about DataApex Clarity products please contact us at clarity@dataapex.com or visit www.dataapex.com


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