While manufacturers across the state of Massachusetts are adapting to the changes due to the COVID-19 pandemic and are making much needed equipment for those in the healthcare industry, reMAke 4.0 spotlights how the Berlin, MA based laboratory equipment manufacturer, Organomation, is able to stay open during the pandemic:
Laboratories around the globe are using US EPA methods 533, 537, and 537.1 to analyze finished drinking water from groundwater and surface water sources for per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS).
Students at Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, are using an Organomation 24 position N-EVAP® to measure wastewater treatment systems’ ability to remove antibiotics from wastewater.
Small molecule chemicals found within a biological sample, known as a metabolome, can change rapidly. According to the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL), sample preparation is one of the most critical parts of a successful metabolomics experiment.
Researches across the globe are using Organomation instruments in their metabolomics research.
EMBL, Europe’s flagship laboratory for basic research in molecular biology, demonstrates a general protocol of extraction of polar metabolites from a HeLa cell culture.
BERLIN, MASS (December 31, 2019) Organomation is pleased to announce that it is a recipient of the Massachusetts State Trade Expansion Program (STEP) grant from the Massachusetts Office of International Trade and Investment (MOITI), in collaboration with the Massachusetts Small Business Development Center Network (MSBDC).The grant will provide Organomation with opportunities to increase export sales of its nitrogen blowdown products worldwide.
BERLIN, MASS (December 5, 2019) – Organomation, a leading manufacturer of laboratory instruments unveiled today a redesigned version of its nitrogen generator, branded as the NITRO-GEN™ .
Compared to the previous model, the new NITRO-GEN™ design features advanced pre-filtration, an easy to control flow rate, and can be mounted to a wall to save valuable lab bench space.
Organomation’s exclusive Peruvian distributor, Sulabsa, joined more than 560 exhibitors at Expoalimentaria Fair, an international business trade show that offers food and beverage, machinery, containers and packaging, and services to foreign trade.
Buyers from five continents gathered and generated business opportunities for Peruvian companies, such as Sulabsa, that distribute American made brands.
Researchers at the University of British Columbia (UBC) Children’s Hospital are using Organomation’s 80 position MULTIVAP for the evaporation of volatile solvents and concentration of samples. The dry heat block maintains the warmth of their samples to minimize evaporative cooling allowing for faster evaporation of solvents under an inert gas (nitrogen) to prevent oxidation of sample components
BERLIN, MASS (July 23, 2019) – Organomation, a leading laboratory evaporation solutions provider is proud to announce of the release of a series of product demonstration videos for its popular line of nitrogen blowdown evaporators: the N-EVAP, MULTIVAP, and MICROVAP. The first set of nitrogen blowdown evaporator product demonstration videos featuring the 12 and 24 position N-EVAP can be accessed on www.organomation.com or on YouTube.