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Kartell Labware Division – Current General Catalogue

Kartell Labware range: bottles and accessories, graduated/volumetric, general purpose, test tubes and accessories, filtration/vacuum, disposable items. more

Lee offers a large number of different fluidic components

miniaturized and pricise ✓ all metal designs also from 316L Stainless Steel ✓ different versions to be installed into metal or plastic more

2-Way and 3-Way Miniature Solenoid Valves

long cycle life ✓ low power consumption ✓ lowest leakage more

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News Valves

  • A changing view of bone marrow cells

    In the battle against infection, immune cells are the body's offense and defense—some cells go on the attack while others block invading pathogens. It has long been known that a population of blood stem cells that resides in the bone marrow generates all of these immune cells. But most scientists ha more

  • Music is the engine of new U-M lab-on-a-chip device

    Music, rather than electromechanical valves, can drive experimental samples through a lab-on-a-chip in a new system developed at the University of Michigan. This development could significantly simplify the process of conducting experiments in microfluidic devices. A lab-on-a-chip, or microfluidic more

  • Thermo Fisher Scientific Introduces New Solvent Recycling System

    Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. has introduced the Thermo Scientific SRS Pro Solvent Recycling System to re-use valuable solvent in light of the global acetonitrile shortage. With the ability to reduce mobile phase consumption by up to 90%, this new system redirects untainted mobile phase to the solve more

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Docking Station for Three HPLC Modules: Valves, Pumps & Detectors Freely Combinable within Housing

The configurable docking station ASM 2.2L from Knauer combines valves, pumps and UV detectors in one housing. The plug-in modules can be removed quickly and easily, allowing the user to exchange modules within minutes. Likewise, the configuration of the HPLC system can be adapted to new requirements more

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