|Refurb or Repair & Make Your Cash Go Further
With ever increasing pressure on cash within businesses it’s perhaps no surprise that we are seeing a sharp increase in the numbers of customers asking us to repair or refurbish their old instruments. The good news is that because we take the greatest care to use only the finest materials when our instruments are first manufactured, repairs are seldom a problem. Every now and then we come across an instrument that really is “past its sell by date”, so to speak, but that’s pretty rare. If you’d like to know if your old instrument can have new life breathed into it then just e-mail us on firstname.lastname@example.org or call +(44)(0)1684 892859. It would be helpful if you could give us the instrument serial number (rear panel) and even better if you can send some close up pictures of the wet cell area on the front. We look forward to hearing from you. EFCLIN Congress – Book Now To Avoid Disappointment
The 37th EFCLIN Congress and Exhibition takes place from the 13th-15th May 2010 in Riga, Latvia and all the indications are that it will be a great event – don’t miss out!
You can book in online now by visiting www.efclin.com and clicking on the congress banner. This year entry to the exhibition part of the congress will be free of charge – and what an exhibition it promises to be with 26 international suppliers already confirmed. There’s nowhere quite like the EFCLIN congress for meeting suppliers of machinery, instruments, materials & accessories all under one roof. Add to that the prospect of an interesting academic & technical programme plus excellent networking & entertainment opportunities and you’ll understand why places are going fast.Avoid disappointment, visit www.efclin.com and register now!
In Control – TC20i
You don’t have to work with hydrophilic plastics for long before realising that temperature has a fairly significant effect on the behaviour of the material….any material!
Try to carry out any precise dimensional measurements and you’re into a whole new area of complexity. In short, it’s really tough to control. That’s where the Optimec TC20i
Temperature & Filtration Controller comes in – to give you back the control.
A completely re designed, fully digitally controlled instrument the TC20i
allows you to maintain the saline in the wet cell of your measuring instrument anywhere between 15 - 40 °C +/- 0.5 °C.
That means you can choose the temperature at which you measure and also dramatically improve the reproducibility of measurements. Add to that the fact that it will also keep your saline nice and free from dust and fibres and you have quite an instrument. Just e-mail us on email@example.com or call +(44)(0)1684 892859 to find out more.
“It’s Measurement Jim, But Not As We Know It”
Excuse the little anecdote for all the Star Trek fans but maybe you still have one of the original Zeiss DL2 Documators in you lab? Or perhaps you have one of the slightly younger copies that were made some years ago? If so, and you’re wondering how to get spare parts or repairs then wonder no more! Optimec are imaging instrument specialists and we repair all kinds of instruments. Just let us know what you have and we’ll do our best to help. Just e-mail us on firstname.lastname@example.org or call +(44)(0)1684 892859 and we’ll see what we can do.
Euros – Still A Bargain…If You’re In The Right Place!
I know I seem pre-occupied with this at the moment but it really is something you ought to take advantage of…if you live & work in the Eurozone that is.
Recent exchange rate movements of the Euro vs. Sterling mean that products manufactured within the UK are significantly cheaper than they have been for a very long time. That good value includes all products from Optimec.
Whatever you’re looking for JCF, JCF/F, Chiltern, JCM, SAG, TC20i or Decon4 you really won’t get better value than right now. To find out just how good e-mail us on email@example.com or call +(44)(0)1684 892859. You’ll be pleased you did.