EDINA, Minn., Dec. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- ARKRAY, Inc., a global leader of human and veterinary in vitro diagnostic instruments and reagents today announced an exclusive distribution agreement with scil animal care company for the SPOTCHEM(TM) EZ Chemistry Analyzer. Scil is a global organization focused on providing high quality veterinary diagnostic equipment.
Scil's first order of business will be to re-introduce the SPOTCHEM(TM) EZ, a small bench top chemistry analyzer, to the North American veterinary industry. Other veterinary-use products from ARKRAY will follow.
More than 8,500 SPOTCHEM(TM) EZ Chemistry Analyzers have been sold globally since 2000. The SPOTCHEM(TM) EZ is a compact, bench-top analyzer that enables easy, on-the-spot testing at veterinary clinics of various sizes. The analyzer can run a panel, a single test, or a combination so veterinarians can test the way they need to without wasting unnecessary tests. The system accepts whole blood or serum samples and has a built-in centrifuge. Results are available within 8 to 15 minutes to facilitate quick diagnosis and treatment.
"We're very excited about our new partnership and look forward to launching other veterinary-use products with scil," said Jonathan Chapman, President of ARKRAY, USA.
About ARKRAY USA
ARKRAY is a global leader of high-quality, cost-effective products that are simple, convenient, and easy-to-use, including blood glucose meters, test strips, safety lancets, as well as urine and clinical chemistry products. ARKRAY invests heavily in R&D and has a strong commitment to high-quality products. For patients, this means access to cutting-edge, reliable products without sacrificing quality, and exceptional customer service.
For more information about the SPOTCHEM EZ visit www.arkraypoc.com
About scil animal care company:
Scil animal care company is a global organization dedicated to delivering animal health professionals high quality diagnostic equipment. We understand that high quality products are not enough in today's modern veterinary laboratory. Post-acquisition in-hospital training, support and service make the critical difference to the ongoing performance of the instrument as well as its financial contribution to the veterinary practice.
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