New Brunswick

New Brunswick

New Brunswick Scientific Co., Inc. designs, manufactures, and markets laboratory equipment for the life science industry. It offers biological shakers; autoclavable and sterilisable-in-place fermentors for research and production-scale applications; cell culture bioreactors, including single-use, autoclavable, and sterilisable-in-place bioreactors; automated cell counting devices for mammalian cultures and yeast; CEPA high-speed centrifuges for the separation and removal of solids from process fluids, such as chemicals, foods, blood and pharmaceuticals; dish fillers for laboratories; roller and interchangeable drums for growing mini preps, tissue and bacterial cultures, and viral culture applications; CO2 incubators for non-adherent cell culture applications; ultra-low temperature freezers; automated media preparation equipment; and ancillary products. The company also provides data logging and control software for shakers, freezers, CO2 incubators, and OPC-compliant systems. In addition, it offers customer support and training, and software/firmware update services. The company serves customers through a network of distributors, and factory-trained sales and service representatives in North America, Europe, and Asia. New Brunswick Scientific Co., Inc. was formerly known as New Brunswick Tool & Die Company and changed its name to New Brunswick Scientific Co., Inc. in January 1958. The company was founded in 1946 and is based in Enfield, Connecticut. It has facilities in Enfield, Connecticut; the Netherlands; and Tollesbury, Cambridge, and Scotland, United Kingdom. As of September 24, 2007, New Brunswick Scientific Co., Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Eppendorf AG.

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