Viscotek appoints exclusive Danish distributor
Viscotek has appointed MD Scientific as exclusive distributor for Denmark
MD Scientific is a well-respected provider of high-tech analytical instruments, laboratory equipment, technical service, analytical service and courses to Danish companies, hospitals, research laboratories, universities and clinical laboratories.
"Headed by Marek Danielewicz, a man with 15 years experience of Viscotek products, the appointment represents continuity of informed service and support to our growing group of Danish users" said Paul Clarke (managing director) - Viscotek Europe.
Danielewicz commented "I am very happy to be working with Viscotek and supporting the customers in Denmark".
He added "Viscotek's expanding range of DLS products offer some exciting new characterisation capabilities and perfectly compliment the company's market leading Triple Detector Array (TDA) and GPCmax systems that have been adopted by the pharmaceutical industry in particular".
With offices in the UK, Netherlands, Germany and France, Viscotek is Europe's leading provider of complete solutions for polymer, protein and nanoparticle characterisation to the chemical, pharmaceutical and biotech industries.
Viscotek has published application notes illustrating the extended capabilities of gel permeation chromatography/size exclusion chromatography (GPC/SEC) using the PDA detector for the TDAMax system.
Viscotek will show products for characterising polymers, copolymers, biopolymers, proteins and nanomaterials at the American Chemical Society's (ACS's) Fall Meeting on 16-20 August in Washington DC.
Viscotek, a Malvern company, will exhibit and host a seminar at the fourth International Symposium on the Separation and Characterization of Natural and Synthetic Macromolecules (SCM-4).
Viscotek's DSV system automates the temperature-controlled measurement of polymer dilute solution viscosity (DSV), a parameter used for molecular weight determination.
Viscotek has published a technical article that describes how High Temperature GPC/SEC allows scientists to determine the molecular weight and branching structure of polyolefins.