Specialist Laboratory and Process Chemistry Solutions Showcased at Lab Innovations 2017
Oct 06 2017 Read 705 Times
Specialist laboratory and process chemistry solutions provider Labtex is returning to Lab Innovations for the third successive year with a bigger and better stand than ever before. Taking place on the 1st and 2nd of November at the NEC in Birmingham, this event is the UK’s dedicated showcase for laboratory technology, analytical and biotech equipment.
Visitors to Stand C4, situated alongside Huber high performance thermoregulation systems to underline the long and close association between the two companies, will have the opportunity to explore Labtex’s extensive product portfolio, as the company showcases a selection of industry-leading laboratory and scale-up equipment. Discover the latest innovations from Huber, DIEHM glass reactor systems, and premex and Amar high pressure autoclaves, along with Pope Scientific’s wiped-film/short path evaporators and distillation systems. Nutsche filter dryers, BOLA labware and Vacuubrand pumps, SICCO desiccators and asecos BS EN 14470-1 safety storage cabinets will also be on display. In addition, the company will be exhibiting its own ESDTi laboratory scale spray dryer, and introducing a new range of bioreactors and fermenters from Solida Biotech, making its first ever appearance at Lab Innovations.
Join the dynamic Labtex team on Stand C4 and take advantage of the company’s knowledge and expertise across a wide range of industries and disciplines – acquired over a 30-year period – to discover the best solutions for your laboratory. All visitors to the stand will also receive a free Labtex Buchner ring.
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