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WOONSOCKET, RI- March 20, 2012 - Hanna Instruments is pleased to announce it has partnered with Laboratory Scientific Supplies FZC (LSS) to provide distribution of its scientific analytical instrumentation in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Oman.
Hanna Instruments, Inc., an ISO 9001 certified manufacturer of electro analytical instrumentation, and Laboratory Scientific Supplies, an Ajman, UAE based distributor of scientific equipment, have aligned to provide users in the UAE and Oman with high quality analytical products backed with excellent technical service and support.
SMITHFIELD, RI- (March 16, 2012) HANNA Instruments USA proudly made a donation of scientific instrumentation to the Woonsocket High School Science Olympiad team.
WOONSOCKET, RI- March 15, 2012 - Hanna Instruments is pleased to announce it has partnered with Restech (Al-Bahatha) to provide distribution of its scientific analytical instrumentation in Saudi Arabia and Bahrain.
HANNA Instruments USA is excited to announce its new rebate program.
Hanna Instruments is pleased to announce it has partnered with Brechbühler AG as its exclusive distributor in Switzerland for scientific analytical instrumentation.
Hanna Instruments is pleased to announce the release of two new automatic titration systems utilizing an industry first 40,000 step dosing pump.
HANNA Instruments USA is excited to announce the kick-off of “Measure pH for Charity”, a first of its kind fundraising campaign.
HANNA Instruments USA is excited to officially announce the location of its new, expanded location. Over the past two weeks, HANNA USA has moved from its former location in Woonsocket, RI to a brand new 35,000 square foot facility located at 270 George Washington Highway, in Smithfield, RI.
HANNA Instruments will be moving to a new location over the next few weeks. Our phone and fax system will be shutting down as of 3:00 PM EST on December 29, 2011.
HANNA Instruments is proud to announce the donation of several instruments and corresponding chemicals to five universities in Africa, to help monitor water quality throughout the country.