Berlin, MA, August 1, 2014 – Last month, Organomation announced a new program which allows customers to trade in their used evaporator or extractor for credit which will be applied towards a new instrument purchase. For over fifty years, Organomation has built a reputation of producing long lasting laboratory instruments and the company sought to reward its faithful customers with this special promotion.
One of the company's newest employees, Sales Technician Amy Valladares, stated "I am always surprised by the age of the instruments still in the field; just last week a customer called in with an instrument that we had discontinued in 1995." The truth is that it is not uncommon for laboratories to have Organomation evaporators in operation twenty years after purchase. Although basic maintenance can keep these instruments working without issue for many years, investing in a new instrument with the latest improvements can help busy laboratories meet today's challenges. For laboratories looking to reclaim more of their solvent, trading in a used instrument for an S-EVAP solvent evaporator could benefit both the laboratory and the environment. The S-EVAPs' ability to recover up to 97% of starting solvent volume with individual or central solvent collection glassware is a unique feature among evaporators. Organomation has also created an automatic version of its N-EVAP nitrogen evaporator which can help laboratory staff become even more efficient.
The foundation of the company stems from the first ever commercially successful nitrogen evaporator invented by Organomation's founder, Dr. Neal McNiven. For over fifty years, Organomation has been a leading provider of analytical chemistry sample preparation solutions. The company has provided quality hand-built equipment and unparalleled customer service since its inception.
Throughout the years, Organomation has expanded upon their product lines while providing a superior laboratory product at affordable prices. Organomation is well known for their lines of nitrogen evaporators, solvent evaporators and solvent extraction instruments.
Organomation Associates, Inc.
266 River Road West
Berlin, MA, USA