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TTP Labtech Demonstrates Strong Analytical & Automation Offering at Pittcon 2012
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TTP Labtech Demonstrates Strong Analytical & Automation Offering at Pittcon 2012

TTP Labtech Demonstrates Strong Analytical & Automation Offering at Pittcon 2012
Product News

TTP Labtech Demonstrates Strong Analytical & Automation Offering at Pittcon 2012


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TTP Labtech will launch yet another new product - the chipCAL microlitre flow calorimeter, on booth #3470 at the Pittcon conference and exhibition in Orlando, Florida 11-15 March.

The latest analytical product in its leading portfolio, chipCAL, will be showcased alongside the very recently launched aequus automatic non-contact solvent level monitor and the successful lab2lab automated system which connects laboratories to a remote analytical instrumentation room.

Focussing on advantages of the lab2lab system in the drug discovery industry, Brian Everett, Investigator III, Novartis, will present ‘A virtual analytical instrument in every laboratory’ on Sunday 11th March at 3:35pm in session 10.

This will describe lab2lab’s novel approach to submitting and transporting samples for analysis across an entire site, detailing typical throughput capabilities and time savings.

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