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New Stuart Catalogue launched at ACHEMA 2009

The latest edition of the Stuart catalogue has over 120 full colour pages of benchtop science equipment and complements the new Stuart website. Product highlights include Stuart's first-ever homogenisers for life science applications, innovative new manual and automatic melting point apparatus, and the SI500 shaking incubator.

Chris O'Connor, CEO, Bibby Scientific, comments: 'This is the 15th edition of the Stuart catalogue, now showcasing over 100 products which are all designed, manufactured and marketed in an ISO9001:2008 environment. In addition to being available in hard copy, the catalogue is accessible and searchable online at our new website, www.stuart-equipment.com.

Stuart's quality-focused culture is committed to total customer satisfaction. By listing key product features and full technical specifications in an attractive format, the new catalogue points customers to the right equipment for any application.'

Important additions to the Stuart catalogue are the SMP30 melting point apparatus with patented 'head-up display', and the automatic SMP40 which uses digital video imaging technology to detect and capture the melting point of up to three samples simultaneously. Other newcomers are the SHM1 and SHM2 homogenisers which offer fast sample processing for life science applications, with the option of disposable polycarbonate probes in addition to the usual stainless steel type. Also making its first appearance in the catalogue, the SI500 is a compact combined incubator shaker - ideal for cell culturing procedures, especially suspension culture applications.

The Stuart range also includes block heaters, blood tube rotators, colony counters, hotplates, stirrers, rockers and shakers, rotary evaporators and water baths, and water stills.

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Source: Bibby Scientific Ltd View latest company information

Posted: May 20, 2009
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