Mass Spectrometry & Spectroscopy
Leading European Spectrophotometer Manufacturer Offers Three-year Warranty
Mar 01 2016 Read 1519 Times
Bibby Scientific Ltd has announced a market-leading three-year warranty on all its Jenway® spectrophotometers, including the latest 73 series of instruments that are used worldwide in education, research and routine quality control laboratories. The warranty is supported by Bibby’s exemplary local service and support teams across the UK and Europe.
Many analytical and quality testing labs are facing increasing workloads amid stringent regulatory requirements across diverse industrial sectors. These labs rely on high quality, reliable and robust analytical instruments with minimal downtime and extremely responsive support services.
“Jenway products are internationally renowned for their manufacturing quality, which ensures robust and reliable data analysis in many different customer applications,” said Becky Underwood, Product Manager, Bibby Scientific. “By offering a three-year warranty we are proving the confidence we have in our products and our commitment to customer satisfaction.”
The complete Jenway range includes: electrochemistry products, spectrophotometers, flame photometers and colorimeters, designed to suit a wide range of budgets, industries and applications. Jenway’s pioneering 63 series of spectrophotometers is celebrating its 21st anniversary this year.
For more information on the Jenway spectrophotometer or any other Jenway products including application notes, short technical notes and step-by-step protocols for equipment use, please visit https://ilmt.co/PL/v2WR.
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