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Agreement enables companies to offer complete solution for materials characterization
Malvern Instruments Ltd (Malvern, UK), a leading supplier of analytical solutions for particle and rheological characterization, and PerkinElmer, Inc (NYSE: PKI) a leading provider of drug discovery, life science research and analytical solutions, have announced a collaborative sales agreement that will offer customers in North America a complete solution for their rheology and thermal analysis needs.
The agreement brings together best-of-breed products from both companies for customers in the increasingly important area of material characterization. Malvern Instruments provides a full range of rotational and capillary rheometers for rheological testing. PerkinElmer is the leader in high sensitivity thermal analysis instrumentation and the only company that offers a differential scanning calorimeter (DSC) with the ability to perform conventional DSC, modulated temperature DSC and HyperDSC™. The two companies will work together at customer sites to offer a full range of rheology and thermal analysis products.
“Our collaboration with PerkinElmer highlights the commitment of both companies to providing unparalleled solutions for customers involved in materials properties characterization,” said Randy Byrne, vice president of marketing, Malvern Instruments, Inc. “Customers can not only choose from the highest-quality products available, but will also receive excellent professional support from two of the industry’s strongest organizations.”
“This agreement benefits customers by providing them with a wider array of choices for their materials characterization needs,” said Mike DiVito, thermal analysis business unit manager, PerkinElmer. “We’re pleased to partner with an industry leader like Malvern to broaden our product portfolio and expand our sales channel in North America.”
For more information, visit www.malvern.co.uk
About Malvern Instruments
Malvern is a leading supplier of analytical solutions for particle characterization and rheological applications. Advanced technologies are combined with robust mechanical designs and comprehensive software to provide systems that measure material characterization data (size distribution, particle shape, zeta potential, molecular weight) and bulk material properties. The technologies used include laser diffraction, image analysis, laser Doppler electrophoresis, static and dynamic light scattering, and strain and stress controlled rheometry.
On-line, at-line and off-line solutions are provided to meet QA/QC, control and development applications across a diverse range of industries. An extensive support service facilitates the optimal design and exploitation of any given system.
PerkinElmer, Inc. is a global technology leader focused in the following businesses - Life and Analytical Sciences, Optoelectronics and Fluid Sciences. Combining operational excellence and technology expertise with an intimate understanding of our customers' needs, PerkinElmer provides products and services in health sciences and other advanced technology markets that require innovation, precision and reliability. The Company serves customers in more than 125 countries, and is a component of the S&P 500 Index.
Additional information is available through www.perkinelmer.com or 1-877-PKI-NYSE.
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