Agilent Technologies measurement & FP-LIMS
LIMS for optimal solutions and competent analyses
Agilent Technologies is a leading provider of analytical instrumentation. The company has approximately 12,500 employees worldwide and annual sales of more than $4 billion. The company is active in the scientific instrumentation industry with its headquarters in Santa Clara, USA.
FP-LIMS for Agilent Technologies Instruments – A Strong Partnership
We at Fink & Partner often work with equipment in the metrology field from the US manufacturer. Through powerful interfaces we are able to ensure an efficient communication of raw data between measuring device and software. In this way we help users of Agilent Technologies instruments to increase their productivity in laboratories all over the world.
The headquarters of Agilent Technologies in Germany is located in Waldbronn. Further locations are Frankfurt, Ratingen and Munich. There, 1000 employees are offered a job.
These products are particularly popular with our customers
Agilent’s product range includes gas chromatographs (GC), high-performance liquid chromatographs (HPLC) and mass spectrometers. Further products are the optical emission spectrometer with inductively coupled plasma (ICP-MS or ICP-OES), capillary electrophoresis devices (CE) and DNA/RNA microarrays.
In order to make optimal use of these innovative measuring instruments, it is essential to work with powerful software. The LIMS from Fink & Partner seems to be able to overcome this limit smoothly. Our software provides you with automated processes in connection with state-of-the-art data analysis tools.
Agilent’s main product: gas chromatography
Gas chromatography (GC/GLC) is used as an analytical method to separate mixtures of substances into their individual components. A sample is added, which is transported by a carrier gas. Detectors can be used to measure the various release times of the substances. This allows conclusions to be drawn about the type and quantity of the sample.
The data thus obtained can be stored in our LIMS and analyzed further. We speak here of an automated symbiosis between measuring instrument and user, whose boundary alone our solution can intuitively bridge.