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Micromeritics Announces Limited Time Stimulus Package to USA Industrial Laboratories and Academic Institutions

Published on April 15, 2009 at 10:10 PM

As everyone knows, we currently live in a difficult economic climate. Academic institutions and industrial research, quality control, process control, and production laboratories are all finding it difficult to justify and acquire new or replacement laboratory instrumentation. To ease the cost burden and make it easier for laboratories to purchase necessary materials characterization instrumentation, Micromeritics is offering a limited time stimulus package to USA industrial laboratories and academic institutions.

A number of different stimulus options are available. If you are a first-time purchaser of Micromeritics’ products, the company will offer you any of their broad line of surface area, porosimetry, density, particle size, or chemisorption instruments with deferred payments - no payment or interest for twelve months.

As another offering in the stimulus package, Micromeritics has also instituted a gas adsorption, surface area / porosity analyzer trade-in program. The company will accept your existing instrument, regardless of manufacturer, as partial payment (up to 50% of the purchase value) toward any new Micromeritics’ physisorption product.

As a third option, USA academic institutions can now purchase a materials characterization instrument without service worries. The company is offering a five-year parts and labor service agreement to universities purchasing any Micromeritics’ instrument.

All sales are subject to full USA list prices. No two offers can be used in the same purchase. These offers will only exist for a limited time.

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