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Our Features

DAC Column Packing

DAC Column, Dynamic Axial Compression column used for process chromatography. Our team has hand on experience in packing and calibrating the column. We confidently claim that we are the most experienced professional for this niche technology and packed more than 100 of DAC Column of different from various manufacturers.

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Maintenance of Plant Scale HPLC

Plant scale HPLC, MPLC, LPLC & Flash is still a niche technology for purification in bio-pharmaceutical, discovery & CRO’s. Our team has hands on experience in installation, calibration, maintenance & training of plant scale chromatography systems of any make. Our application team across the globe can be helpful resource for scale-up of any existing process.

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Spare & Consumables

We supply genuine spares and consumables spare parts for Plant scale HPLC, MPLC, LPLC and Flash chromatography system. We have team with 25Yrs experience people and very good understanding of operation and is trained for the repair and maintenance of Chromatography System, DAC Column, SFC and SFE.

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Newton’s, law of universal gravitation states that a particle attracts every other particle in the universe using a force that is directly proportional to the product of their masses and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between their centers.

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Isaac Newton

(1643 - 1727)

Chromatography was first developed by the Russian botanist Mikhail Tswett in 1903 as he produced a colorful separation of plant pigments through a column of calcium carbonate.

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Mikhail Tswett

( 1872 – 1919 )

In 1822 Baron Charles Cagniard de la Tour discovered supercritical fluids while conducting experiments involving the discontinuities of the sound of a flint ball in a sealed cannon barrel filled with various fluids at various temperatures.

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Baron Charles Cagniard de la Tour

( 1777 – 1859 )

Archimedes geometry, arithmetic and mechanics most famous for discovering the law of hydrostatics, sometimes known as 'Archimedes' principle', stating that a body immersed in fluid loses weight equal to the weight of the amount of fluid it displaces.

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Archimedes

(c.287 - c.212 BC )

Galileo Galilei, mathematics professor, astronomer, physicist, constructed a telescope and supported the Copernican theory, which supports a sun-centered solar system.

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Galileo Galilei

( 1564 – 1642 )

Einstein, is best known in popular culture for his mass–energy equivalence formula E = mc2 , the world's most famous equation.

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Albert Einstein

( 1879 - 1955 )