New website for SepSolve Analytical Ltd

Schauenburg Analytics Ltd company SepSolve Analytical Ltd has unveiled its newly updated website.

Bob Green, Sales & Business Development Manager at SepSolve commented: “The previous design of the website has served us well over the last few years, but a refresh was needed, We’ve grown over the years from focussing on GC×GC and time-of-flight mass spectrometry products into a fully-fledged provider of end-to-end analytical systems.

“We knew the time was right for us to upgrade our website, so we asked a selection of our customers and associates what they would like to see and based the design on that.

“The new website is easy to navigate so that visitors can easily find and drill down into the resources they need – whether that be white papers, case studies, training webinars or scientific posters. Users can search via applications or products – whatever they need is never more than a few clicks away.

“It even has a virtual lab, which gives visitors a smooth 360° view of the demo facilities in our UK site. There are ‘hot spots’ too, which bring up a selection of relevant resources and materials to choose from.”

Schauenburg Analytics’ Founding Director, Alun Cole, commented: “Product-wise, the new SepSolve website better reflects the full breadth of the company’s portfolio now, which has been greatly extended over the past two years to incorporate the thermal desorption and sample preparation systems of its sister company, Markes International.

“Under the Schauenburg Analytics umbrella, and through their combined global footprint, Markes and SepSolve provide instrumentation, consumables, software and expertise that maximises every analysis for the detection of trace-level VOCs and SVOCs, from the initial sampling and sample-preparation stage right through to the end stage data capture, mining and chemometrics.

“This unbeatable combination of world-class expertise and systems enables analysts to discover more about their samples, and to deliver higher throughput for both research and routine applications.”

Visit the new website: