Concept Life Sciences invests in micro chamber and thermal extraction facilities

Time consuming sample preparation is avoided by placing the samples directly inside the micro chamber

Concept Life Sciences has expanded its analytical testing capabilities with significant investment into micro chamber and thermal extraction facilities, used to sample Volatile and Semi Volatile Organic Compound (VOC or SVOC) testing emitted from products and materials.

The investment has been made to cope with the growing demand from both new and existing clients who insist on fast, cost-effective emissions screening and sampling of chemicals released from materials and products.

Additionally, the new facilities will allow improved quality control, as time consuming sample preparation is avoided by placing the samples directly inside the micro chamber which complies with international testing standards.

Duncan Campbell, Commercial Director at Concept Life Sciences said: “The new extraction services can be used on a stand-alone basis or form part of an integrated project linked to a new product development or research programme.”

“With total scientific staff numbering more than 400, 60% of whom possess a higher degree or above, the group’s problem solving capabilities are unrivalled.”

Concept Life Sciences intends to significantly increase its investment in laboratory capacity and scientific staff during 2017.

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