Josh and Siva have been invaluable to IFM (Institute for Frontier Materials) in specifying equipment which can provide the best outcome for our objectives as well as offering competitive pricing and after sales support.
“In Vitro Technologies supplied the equipment we required for our Cannabis project. We are completely satisfied with our recent purchase and installation of the Buchi Rotavapor and I-300 Pro. The ease of use with the Pro controller is exemplary, having full control of the system. Great customer service received from Sarah Wong with her great product knowledge, prompt delivery and installation.”
BUCHI Evaporation - Concentration Prep w/ Syncore Analyst
Most environmental laboratories rely on a range of products supplied by In Vitro Technologies. Close technical and analytical collaboration with our customers ensures safe, cost effective and efficient use of our product range. The Syncore Analyst is a system that is used nationally to concentrate environmental samples down to a residual volume for Pesticide analysis. The process workflow is carefully optimised by our applications specialists thus ensuring the shortest concentration time with maximum analyst recovery subject to the sample matrix. Contact our experts to discuss cost savings for solvent usage with minimal waste, making a contribution to saving our environment.
Moving Wall Oven for coke and coal testing
In Vitro Technologies partnered with a major environmental consulting company to project manage, deliver, construct, and commission a Moving Wall Oven for coke and coal testing in Queensland. This significant project involved months of project meetings, delivery of the furnace in a 20ft shipping container, then construction in situ with our team of technical service engineers. This project was delivered on time, and on budget for the customer.
Extraction of cannabinoids from Hemp
In Vitro Technologies worked closely with an academic customer on the extraction process of cannabinoids from hemp. After a thorough understanding of the process, In Vitro’s specialist applications team suggested the Speed Extractor. This was able to reduce extraction time for multiple extractions run simultaneously. This created an efficient process that shaved significant time from the project timetable, and delivered budget savings for the academics.