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September 27th 2023

Enthusiastic response from Chinese scientists

Enthusiastic response from Chinese scientists.

For the first time – TESTA Analytical products were shown at BCEIA Beijing – China’s premier trade fair and conference for instrumental analysis in 2023. Local area manager – Aizhen Niu commented "Throughout the exhibition we had constant traffic to our stand, scientists were amazed at the performance of our real-time liquid flowmeters as well as showing considerable interest in our high-performance detectors for HPLC and GPC/SEC. Visitors commented on the excellent product quality plus appreciated TESTA's commitment to local technical and application support".

Ask Aizhen a question.

September 20th 2023

Win 1 of 20 flowmeter valets

Win 1 of 20 flowmeter valets.

For users of our popular AB4000X range of flowmeters – we have developed a 3D printed stand to keep your device secure and lab space neat and tidy! The sturdy Flowmeter Valet allows you to securely position your flowmeter such that your flow monitoring results remain highly reproducible. To celebrate the launch of this nifty accessory we are offering 20 units free of charge to existing TESTA flowmeter users.

Enter the prize draw.

September 13th 2023

Combination MALS / DRI detector in the Press.

Combination MALS / DRI detector in the Press.

Many thanks to SCIENCE magazine. They recently reported how our COMBO-TWO detector allows researchers to quickly and simply obtain highly accurate and reliable MALS and DRI data. This unique detector is the perfect combination detector package for more demanding Gel Permeation Chromatography (GPC/SEC) applications.

Read May 4th issue.

September 6th 2023

Understanding different approaches to Dynamic Light Scattering

Understanding different approaches to Dynamic Light Scattering.

At first sight, goniometer based and enclosed light scattering instruments look vastly different in terms of the bench space they occupy. A new technical article discusses some of the key details and differences between these two approaches to Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS) which might not be immediately obvious to someone interested in learning more about the topic.

Read article.