Chenguang Medical

October 20, 2008

Zinsser Analytic GmbH

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Eschborner Landstr. 135
60489 Frankfurt

Phone: +49 69 789106-0
Fax: +49 69 789106-80

Company Figures
Year of foundation 1970
Area of business Laboratory Equipment

Company Profile

About Us…

Zinsser Analytic is an international company well known for systems in drug discovery and material science. As well as our offices in Germany, the United Kingdom, France and the USA

we also have a worldwide network of distributors. We work very closely with our distributors to ensure the excellent support and customer service which our current customers have come to expect.
We specialise in developing, producing and distributing innovative laboratory solutions for liquid handling and automation including systems for combinatorial chemistry and tools for drug discovery. Every system is unique as we customise our hardware to suit the exact requirements of the customer. We also develop the software in-house too, so we can deal with your enquiries or problems directly saving time and confusion. You can be assured of our unique support and service when buying direct from Zinsser Analytic or one of our many distributors.

Product Information
02.01 Analyser appliances

02.01.01 Exhaust steam devices

02.01.05 Automatic pipetting and diluting station

02.01.52 Sample distribution systems

02.01.55 Pipetting apparatus with elastic tube pump

02.09 Laboratory items
Zinsser Minilab 13.10.2008

Great importance is placed on the chemical stability, heat resistance and general robustness of the construction of the Minilab system. All glass parts are made from class 1 borosilicate glass and the screw threads are formed by precision machinery to ISO specifications for 13mm and 20mm threads.
These glass parts can be used in conjunction with other semi micro apparatus such as the Micro Kit from Wheaton.

The glass components are joined with screw connectors to produce a rigid assembly which does not need numerous supporting stands and clamps. The connector bodies are made from PTFE which seals directly to the glass components. PTFE is resistant to nearly all chemicals and can withstand temperatures up to 200oC. The threaded components are made from a high quality thermoplastic which has a short term resistance to exposure to temperatures up to 140oC. Adaptor caps for connecting glass tubing are made from the same thermoplastic and have PTFE faced silicone rubber seals.Since the assembled apparatus is rigid it does not need extensive support. A magnetic stainless steel workplate is supplied with the kit.The assembled apparatus is attached to the workplate with magnetic clamps.The magnetic clamps are made from polyoxymethylene which is unaffected by most chemicals. The workplate has smooth sides and rounded corners for safety.Microporous PTFE filter discs are supplied. In use they are supported by perforated PTFE discs which fit between the glass apparatus and a connector piece. All Minilab components can be easily cleaned with a normal laboratory detergent.The heating block has three recesses into which the reaction vessels fit. Holes bored in the side of the block allow the reaction vessel contents to be seen easily. A separate hole fits the Digitemp thermometer probe. The heating block is machined from aluminium alloy which has very good heat conducting properties. In use the heater block is simply placed on top of the Ministir or similar hotplate/ stirrer. Miniature PTFE coated magnetic stirrer bars are supplied in the kit so that the reaction vessel contents can be stirred if required.The Minilab is supplied in a foam lined aluminium storage and transport case. The Digitemp thermometer and Ministir hotplate/stirrer are not part of the kit and are available separately.
All the kit components are also available individually

02.09.01 Laboratory items made of glass

02.09.02 Laboratory items made of plastic

03.01.03 Electrophoresis equipment Genomics High-throughput-Screening Protecmics

03.01.07 Gene tests/molecular biological diagnostic DNA sequencing

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