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Nanotechnology – Contipro to Be Represented by Insight interAsia on the US and Asian Markets
Date:11/29/2013

(PRWEB) November 29, 2013

4SPIN, the new equipment for producing nanomaterials, is set to become much more accessible on both the US and the Asian markets. Contipro Biotech, the Europe-based company that has developed the apparatus and protected it with numerous patents, is teaming up with the technical sales and business development company Insight interAsia, which excels in helping western technology companies to sell their products and services throughout Asia.

“We are thrilled to be representing the 4SPIN products in the Asian and US markets. These machines are extremely well made and the technology behind them is very robust. We anticipate shipping many of these tools to our customers in bionano research labs throughout Asia and America,” says Rob Haak, CEO of Insight interAsia.

The 4SPIN laboratory apparatus excels with its ability to spin even difficult-to-process solutions, create nanomaterials from natural polymers and produce materials in which the nanofibre orientation is flawlessly unidirectional. As a result, new materials can be developed, especially using natural, normal and easily degradable materials. The apparatus also excels in its safety features and centralized control of nanofibre production processes. All processes and settings can be saved and used to repeat processes and procedures. These advantages have predestined the device to be a key instrument in the development of new hi-tech materials, and not just in the field of bio-nano-medicine.

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