Organomation products are now available online through the growing name brand equipment supplier Thomas Scientific.
BERLIN, MASS (January 25, 2018) – Organomation has partnered with Lab Manager to create a paper on “How Nitrogen Blowdown Evaporators can address your lab’s specific needs.”
The paper details how nitrogen evaporation works and how it has become a popular method for sample preparation in sectors as diverse as environment, agriculture, food and beverage, medicine, quality assurance, forensics, and oil and grease.
BERLIN, MASS (December 13, 2017) – Sales technician Amy Valladares was recently featured in Laboratory Equipment Magazine, where she makes a case for non-automated sample preparation instruments. Inspired by her work in customer service, Valladares details the decisions buyers should consider when purchasing new sample preparation instruments.
Berlin, MA, May 3, 2017 – Organomation is pleased to introduce four new product offerings in its MICROVAP product line. The new offerings come with an anodized aluminum stand rather than the traditional heating unit, and are designed for evaporation at ambient temperature. At around half the cost of a traditional MICROVAP, these evaporators are highly affordable while still retaining controlled gas delivery to each sample position.
Berlin, MA, October 19, 2016 – Organomation is proud to announce that one of the company’s own employees had an article featured in October’s edition of American Laboratory magazine. Sales Technician Amy Valladares wrote the piece in an effort to bring awareness to the dangers of VOCs (volatile organic compounds) and to provide helpful advice on how to reduce emissions.
Due to a change in the manufacturing process, GA3446-20 "Corning Membranes, pack of 20" will now be shipped in 2 packages of 10 instead of 1 package of 20. However, the price and the catalog number will remain the same.
Berlin, MA, May 2, 2016 – As laboratories become more cognizant of the health risks facing their employees and the surrounding environment, options to limit solvent emissions have become increasingly popular. There has been growing interest recently in the Organomation S-EVAP evaporator product line due to the units’ ability to recollect up to 97% of solvent evaporated.
Berlin, MA, November 25, 2015 – Organomation is happy to unveil the opening of the company’s official eBay store. Additionally, the company will continue to sell refurbished laboratory instruments and accessories through the Organomation Online Store.
Berlin, MA, September 8, 2015 – Organomation is proud to announce that the company’s product manuals have been enhanced and posted to the Support section of Organomation.com. The company hopes that these laboratory evaporator and extractor user guides help both distributors and end users of manufacturer’s sample preparation instruments.
For high-volume testing labs, reducing solvent emissions can be a time-consuming regulatory nightmare. Emissions from laboratories can pollute both the air and water surrounding the facility, in addition to exposing personnel to health risks. The EPA now requires all major sources of emissions to obtain an air permit. A major source is defined as having the potential to emit over 10 tons per year of a single hazardous air pollutant (HAP) or over 25 tons of combined HAPs.