The lines become part of BUCHI’s broad chromatography portfolio and BUCHI will provide complete service, support, and preventative maintenance services
BÜCHI Labortechnik AG (BUCHI), a leading global provider of laboratory technology solutions for R&D, quality control, and production equipment, has acquired from W R Grace & Co (Grace) its high performance REVELERIS Flash Chromatography Systems, GraceResolv. The lines become part of BUCHI’s broad chromatography portfolio and BUCHI will provide complete service, support, and preventative maintenance services.
Grace will continue to supply the purification media used in the REVELERIS product line. In addition, Grace will continue to provide Davisil and Vydac purification media to the industry. The acquired portfolio of purification products includes the REVELERIS Prep Purification System, which performs both flash chromatography and preparative LC on a single system; the REVELERIS X2 Flash Chromatography System, the first flash technology with integrated ELS, UV, and UV-Vis detection; and a broad range of high-loading, high-efficiency flash cartridges, which offer the purification chemists maximum purity and recovery of target molecules in minimal time. The systems are used in a variety of industries including pharmaceuticals, biotech, food and beverage, natural products, carbohydrates, nutraceuticals, peptides, and proteins.
Thomas Liner, Chief Executive Officer, BUCHI Group, said, “This opportunity is perfectly aligned with our strategy to invest in preparative chromatography and complete our portfolio of solutions for drug discovery and development. This makes life simpler for our customers and greatly expands our offerings in this important and growing segment. We are delighted that BUCHI will continue to develop these product lines and support our many customers. The business is a natural fit for BUCHI and it’s clear we share a commitment to quality and customer service that will be greatly appreciated by the technicians and business leaders who have come to rely on these technologies.”
EP News Bureau – Mumbai