Rephile Bioscience, Ltd. participated in Pittcon 2016 in Atlanta, GA last week. This is the fourth presence of RephiLe in Pittcon Conference, which not only provides a platform for RephiLe to announce its latest product innovations but also witnesses the rapid growth of RephiLe.
RephiLe showcased its expanding portfolio of water purification systems and syringe filters to customers. Below are some innovative products featured at Pittcon 2016：
SimPure Ultrapure Water Module: an Easy & Effective “transformer” from pure water to ultrapure water
Remote Dispenser: the only dispenser in the industry with a built-in integrated resistivity sensor
Direct-Pure Adept: A real all-in-one tap-to-ultrapure lab water system with no storage tank
32 mm composite syringe filters: Specially designed and fabricated for the application of filtering hard-to-filter high particulate loaded or viscous samples prior to laboratory analysis with reduced cost
The introduction of the upcoming remote control APP tool for PURIST ultrapure water system received close attention from visitors and they are excited about this creative idea which offers a totally fresh all-in-control experience. It adopts the most updated technologies and it is an effort of RephiLe to meet ever-evolving requirements from customers. The APP will soon be introduced to the market in Q2 2016.
Bye-bye, Pittcon! See you next time!
Driven by innovation and quality, RephiLe is a dedicated provider of water purification systems and laboratory filtration products. At the same time, RephiLe produces comprehensive and comparable consumables that can be used in Millipore lab water systems with reliable performance. It is RephiLe’s commitment to becoming a strategic partner for customers in the area of life science and biotechnology and the company is striving to bring superior quality, high value and innovative purification tools to enable and accelerate the advancement of the life sciences and technologies. Products are being sold to over 80 countries worldwide.
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