Hamilton Company is a global enterprise with headquarters in Reno, Nevada, Hopkinton, Massachusetts, and Bonaduz, Switzerland and subsidiary offices throughout the world.
We are an industry leader in the design and manufacture of liquid handling, process analytics, robotics and automated storage solutions. For more than 50 years, Hamilton has been satisfying customer needs by combining quality materials with skilled workmanship to ensure the highest level of performance. Hamilton’s lifelong commitment to precision and quality has earned us global ISO 9001 Certification.
|Founded on the technology of analytical Microliter™ and Gastight® syringes, Hamilton has a broad offering of laboratory products including manual and semi-automated precision fluid measuring instruments, chromatography products, process sensors, laboratory electrodes, pipettes and more. Top innovations from these lines include Arc™ pH, DO and conductivity intelligent sensors, the BioLevitator™ and Microlab® 600 diluters/dispensers.|
|A pioneer in liquid handling equipment and laboratory automation technology, Hamilton Robotics is known for advancing life science and biotechnology industries through reliability, performance and flexibility. Hamilton continues to be the market leader with patented technologies such as Compression-induced O-Ring Expansion (CO-RE), Total Aspiration and Dispensing Monitoring (TADM) and Anti Droplet Control (ADC). Hamilton's feature platform, Microlab STAR, is the highest selling automated pipetting platform for several years running, while Microlab NIMBUS® is the first in class of compact, high-speed personalized pipetting workstations.|
|The Hamilton Storage Technologies division offers comprehensive ultra-low temperature automated sample management systems for a broad array of life science processes. Its line of biobanking, compound storage and consumable solutions consists of products such as BiOS™, SAM™ and ASM™, designed for sample integrity, flexibility, and reliability.|
Hamilton Company is focused on blending invention and accuracy to deliver customers unparalleled products.
Hamilton Company Major Products and Services include:
- Laboratory Automation
- Laboratory Instruments
- OEM Components
- Lab & Process Sensors
- HPLC Columns and Accessories
- GC Columns and Accessories
Hamilton Company supports the following laboratory applications:
- Cell Biology
Society For Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology 2013 Annual Meeting
Aug 11, 2013 – Aug 15, 2013
Sheraton San Diego - San Diego, CA
The Society for Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology is a nonprofit, international association dedicated to the advancement of microbiological and biotechnology sciences, especially as they...
BioProcess International Conference and Exhibition
Sep 16, 2013 – Sep 20, 2013
Hynes Convention Center - Boston, MA
The BioProcess International™ Conference and Exhibition is the largest exhibition devoted exclusively to biopharmaceutical manufacturing. BPI is your key to a week of intensive...
Society for Neuroscience
Nov 10, 2013 – Nov 13, 2013
San Diego Convention Center - San Diego, CA
The Society for Neuroscience (SfN) Annual Meeting is the premier venue for neuroscientists from around the world to debut cutting-edge research on the brain and nervous system. Guided by its...
Hamilton Company Displays ARC System At INTERPHEX
John Gleeson of Hamilton Company explains the unique design of the ARC System. All the different sensors for conductivity, dissolved oxygen, and pH can be connected directly to a PC, DCS or whatever you currently connect your sensors to. Hamilton has also eliminated the transmitter, which can be a major cost in your profile systems and in integration. Instead, they added a handheld Wi-Fi system.
Hamilton Company Tackles The Challenge Of Conductivity With New Sensor Technology
At INTERPHEX 2012, John Rouen discusses the challenge of conductivity – primarily to provide a stable measurement. It’s important that the customer provides clean water to their products. In order to do that, they have to keep a lot of the unwanted materials out and it is difficult to measure at very low levels.
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