When it works well, it's pure chemistry. And when it's pure chemistry, it's ROMIL
Mar 01 2017 Read 593 Times
Visit ROMIL at Stand #353 at ARABLAB 2017 between the 20th and 23rd of March to discover superior purity solvents and impressive performance at a surprisingly good price. For more than three decades, ROMIL has been dedicated to achieving the highest standards of chemical purity, using a unique blend of experienced staff and leading-edge production facilities to create a wide range of high purity solvents, acids, reagents and certified reference materials meeting ISO Guide 34 requirements. Today, the company supplies analytical and life scientists around the world with exceptional quality products, including the PrimAg® range of single and multi-element calibration solutions and pure stoichiometric substances, high purity acids with trace metal ions down to low ppt levels, and ultra-pure solvents that meet the needs of even the most sensitive techniques.
ROMIL’s recently redesigned website allows straightforward browsing of the product catalogue from PCs, tablets and smartphones via the interactive user interface, with individual pods enabling rapid access to different product ranges directly from the home page.
Customers also have the option to create a myROMIL account, allowing safety data sheets and certificates of analysis to be downloaded – and the download history viewed – and favourite products to be stored for quick and easy access at a later date, putting all the information you need at your fingertips.
Discover the world of ROMIL for yourself at Stand #353 at ARABLAB, Dubai, from the 20th to the 23rd of March
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