SP Scientific Launches Easy Access Website

Source : SP Scientific Inc.

SP Scientific has announced the launch of a new information rich website dedicated to providing users with easy access to a vast array of useful information relating to their portfolio of freeze dryers, lyophilizers, evaporators, concentrators, glassware washers and thermal management equipment.

Intuitively structured, the site (www.spscientific.com) provides effortless navigation and rapid access using 'hover menus' to in-depth technical information and a comprehensive database of applications data, webinars and seminars relating to the company's Hull, VirTis®, FTS Systems™, Genevac®, and National-Hotpack® products.  Regularly updated content and latest news information makes the site worthy of bookmarking for regular re-visits.

Shireen Scott, Marketing Communications Manager commented, "The design of the new website was driven by our customers desire for easy access to information. Now one time registration provides users with easy, one-click access to webinar registration and attendance, as well as viewing of technical papers, application notes and product information".

SP Scientific is a leading manufacturer of laboratory-to-production scale freeze dryers / lyophilizers, centrifugal evaporators and concentrators, thermal management and air stream systems and glassware washers. The company sells its products under well-known brands including Hull, VirTis®, FTS Systems™, Genevac®, and National- Hotpack®. SP Scientific has ISO 9001:2008 registered production facilities in the USA and Europe.

SP Scientific may be contacted on +1-845-255-5000 (+44-1473-240000 in Europe) or email shireen.scott@spscientific.com.


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Worldwide Headquarters

 

SP Scientific Inc.
3538 Main Street
Stone Ridge
NY 12484
USA

Tel: +1.845.255.5000

e: shireen.scott@SPscientific.com
www.spscientific.com

 

 

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Europe / Asia

Genevac Ltd.
Farthing Road
Ipswich IP1 5AP
UK

tel. +44-1473-240000
email salesinfo@genevac.co.uk

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