When you think of Houston, your first thought might be ‘Houston, we have a problem’ – a (mis)quote from the Apollo 13 space mission.  Home to mission control for NASA space flights, Houston has been at the center of many high tech adventures over the last 50 years.

On January 27, the Texan city will play host to a very different type of launch.  At the forefront of technology once again, our Houston team will showcase a completely new and revolutionary GPC/SEC system from Malvern Instruments. For the field of Gel Permeation Chromatography (GPC) and Size Exclusion Chromatography (SEC), the future is already here!

Our new OMNISEC multi-detector GPC/SEC system has been designed from the ground up with the needs of customers in mind. This all new, easy to use, high performance system will bring unsurpassed levels of analytical productivity and accuracy to researchers and formulators working with synthetic and natural polymers, proteins and other macromolecules.

Whether you need to monitor changes in your polymer’s molecular weight or performance when altering the way in which it is manufactured, determine purity or quantify the aggregates in your protein samples, you will find that our latest chromatography system will revolutionize the way you work!

Excitement about the launch of OMNISEC has been growing over the last few weeks, and we are all busy getting everything ready for January . Dr Mark Pothecary, our Houston-based Product Manager for GPC/SEC instruments, and Amy Durrell, our stellar Applications Scientist, have been rehearsing the live demonstration that they will delivering to a global audience during our launch event.  Mark even strapped on his cowboy boots to get in the Texan spirit!

Malvern Houston Mark Pothecary

So get ready for OMNISEC – the world’s most advanced GPC/SEC system. Click here to register for the launch now, as lift off is fast approaching!