The winners of the A&D "Guess the Weight Competition" held at the A&D stand at the Food Tech Pack Tech stand were- Matt Andrews from Vitaco and Martin Kwan from Davies Foods. The lucky winners each won an A&D HT Compact Scale. Pictured Tala Saxon presenting Marrtin Kwan with his new scale
Thank you everyone who visited the A&D stand and joining in the fun competition, see you next time.Read more »
Total Lab Systems is pleased to announce that we can now supply the Hamilton range of Syringes and HPLC columns to our New Zealand customers. TLS have been selling the Hamilton Lab and Process Sensors for several years and we are pleased to be able to add more of Hamilton's high quality products to our range of products.Read more »
Leading technology company, Analox reach the final of the S Lab Innovation Awards with their O2NE+ Oxygen Depletion Monitor.
The shortlist for the 2014 S Lab Innovation Awards has been released and UK based technology company, Analox, have reached the final with their O2NE+ Oxygen Monitor. The awards are designed to showcase individuals, teams and institutions that have made a difference, covering everything from best practice lab design to product innovation. Analox have reached the final stage of the 'New Product' category for their Oxygen Depletion Monitor, an easy to install, long life oxygen monitor that is designed to warn personnel of a potentially dangerous depletion of oxygen in the workplace. The prestigious awards ceremony will precede the Supporting World Class Science conference which is set to take place at King's College London on September 2nd-3rd.
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Congratulations go to the Biological Sciences Department at Canterbury University, they are the winners of the A&D oldest working balance in New Zealand Competition. They have won a new FX 300 iWP, precision water proof balance. Neither A&D or Canterbury University know exactly how old this balance is but we think it was manufactured in 1994 and it is still working, 20 years later!
Pictured is Jan Mc Kenzie, from Canterbury University, Jude Morgan (from Total Lab Systems) and the working balance.Read more »