Reference order for KSV PMI from Brazil

PRESS RELEASE

 

Gothenburg, Sweden, June 16, 2009

 

 

Reference order for KSV PMI from Brazil

 

Biolin Scientific has received a reference order for its KSV PMI from Brazil. The order value is SKr 1.5 million and is as such one of the largest orders ever for a KSV product.

The order concerns a KSV PMI 550, a novel scientific instrument based on infrared reflection absorption spectroscopy with polarization module. The product is intended for the characterization of nanoscale films and molecular orientation within such films. The KSV PMI 500 enables easy and real time monitoring of chemical reactions in nanometer scale molecule structures.

The customer is Dr. Luciano Caseli, professor in the "Universidade Federal de São Paulo - UNIFESP" (Federal University of Sao Paulo). "I intend to use the PM-IRRAS mainly to study interaction between biological relevant molecules in the subphase with Langmguir monolayers of lipids. This will be important for studies on mimicking biointerfaces and for fabricating biosensors based on enzymes", says Prof. Caseli.

The order was received thorugh Biolin Scientific's distribution partner in Brazil, dpUnion.

For further information, please contact:

-          Fredrik Lindgren, CEO Biolin Scientific, fredrik.lindgren@biolinscientific.com

-          Sauli Törmälä, Supply Director Biolin Scientific, sauli.tormala@biolinscientific.com

 

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