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We are thrilled to announce that Sepmag will be participating in the upcoming CACLP 2024, taking place in Chongqing, China. As a steadfast ally to magnetic bead users within the IVD industry, we continue to offer innovative Smart & Scalable Magnetic Bead Separators that redefine precision and efficiency in Magnetic Bead Separation processes.

Discover the Sepmag Advantage:

  • Total Reproducibility: Ensure consistent results in every experiment, eliminating variability and enhancing reliability.
  • Customized Magnetic Separation Parameters: Tailor your magnetic separation process with precision, ensuring optimal performance for your specific needs.
  • Advanced Measurement and Control: Gain unparalleled insight and control over your separation processes, enabling fine-tuning and adjustment in real-time.
  • Quality Assurance and Compliance: Easily validate processes and comply with stringent QA standards, ensuring your research or product meets all regulatory requirements.
  • Scalability for Any Volume: Transition seamlessly from laboratory research to full-scale production, without compromising on efficiency or quality.

We invite you to visit us at booth N8-2022, where you can learn more about how Sepmag can elevate your magnetic bead-based assay development and manufacturing. Whether you’re looking to improve existing processes or exploring new possibilities, our team is ready to support you every step of the way.

Don’t miss this opportunity to experience firsthand the difference that Sepmag’s cutting-edge technology and expertise can make. See you at CACLP 2024!

Lluis M. Martínez | SEPMAG Chief Scientific Officer

Founder of SEPMAG, Lluis holds a PhD in Magnetic Materials by the UAB. He has conducted research at German and Spanish academic institutions. Having worked in companies in Ireland, USA and Spain, he has more than 20 years of experience applying magnetic materials and sensors to industrial products and processes. He has filed several international patents on the field and co-authored more than 20 scientific papers, most of them on the subject of magnetic particle movement.

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