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Development of Techne Prime Thermal Cycler Range Supports Successful Sales

Published: Friday, February 01, 2013
Last Updated: Thursday, January 31, 2013
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Instructional videos will soon be available to help support new users.

There has been high demand for the Techne Prime Thermal Cycler Range since its introduction at Achema 2012. With sales of Prime and 3Prime continuing to increase, Techne has added to the online materials available and improved the already market-leading warranty it offers, ensuring that users get the high levels of support and quality for which the brand is known.

Further software enhancements are in development. Techne’s website has been updated to include all the latest technical information, software downloads, user guides, declarations of conformity, quality certificate, licensing certificate and gradient upgrade procedure.

All thermal cycling applications are addressed within the Prime range, ranging from personal cyclers for occasional use to full-size instruments for high-throughput labs.

High reliability is guaranteed, with a market-leading four year warranty that has recently been improved to make the high-throughput cycle number of interchangeable blocks unlimited for the whole Prime thermal cycler range.

The Techne Prime instruments also provide new, improved and simplified gradient upgrade facility, ensuring flexibility and allowing users to update existing machines rather than purchasing another when their needs change.

Intuitive interface and color touch screens across the whole range is still a unique feature and make the cyclers easy and enjoyable to use.

The Prime Thermal Cycler range combines ease-of-use with the flexibility to upgrade and meet future requirements in a cost-effective way.

High performance, exceptional value and reliability are core points of the design philosophy across the range, and come together to provide an outstanding user experience.


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