New Benchtop Instrument Line Improves Lab Efficiency and Productivity

Middleton, WI (January 14, 2019) Gilson announced today the launch of a new benchtop instrumentation product line offering mixing, temperature control, and centrifugation of samples. The instruments feature advanced technologies that improve lab productivity and save valuable time. In addition, the digital controls on many of these instruments offer adjustable speeds and temperatures, providing increased flexibility and accuracy that allows them to be used across a variety of workflows and techniques. The line complements Gilson purification, extraction, and liquid handling product offerings, where they work harmoniously in a variety of lab workflows with existing instruments.

Backed by Gilson’s reputation for reliability, the new benchtop instrumentation line provides cost-effective solutions that improve lab efficiency and accuracy. The initial benchtop offering includes the CENTRY™ 101 Plate Centrifuge, the CENTRY™ 117 Microcentrifuge, the Digital Mini Incubator, the Digital Drybath series, the Mini Vortex, the Vortex Mixer, the Digital Hotplate Stirrer, and the Roto-Mini Plus. These new instruments have small footprints, allowing them to easily fit on the most crowded benchtops.

For more information on Gilson’s new benchtop instruments, please view the range here

About Gilson:

Gilson is a family-owned global manufacturer of liquid handling, purification and extraction solutions for the life sciences industry. We help researchers advance the pace of discovery by creating easy-to-use lab instruments that improve reproducibility and traceability. Since 1957, we’ve been developing innovative products such as PIPETMAN®. By partnering closely with the scientific community, we’re continuously advancing our product offerings and have added automated pipetting systems and software to our portfolio. Backed by worldwide R&D, service, and support, Gilson strives to enable verifiable science and make lab life easier for our customers.


For more information contact:

Suzanne Restaino

Gilson, Inc.