Presentations of Postnova at SCM-6
Thursday, February 7th 12:35 13:05 Room 5/6
Field-Flow Fractionation the modern Alternative to Chromatography for Synthetic- and Biopolymers
Dr. Thorsten Klein CEO and Founder of Postnova Analytics GmbH
Postnova is looking forward to meet you at SCM-6 in Dresden!
For detailed discussions about your application please visit our booth at the exhibition floor!
About Postnova Analytics:
Postnova Analytics is the inventor of Field-Flow Fractionation (FFF) and offers a unique platform of based on its FFF technology. FFF was invented by Prof. Giddings back in 1966 at University Utah, USA, where he also founded FFFractionation Inc., in Salt Lake City in 1986. FFFractionation launched the worlds first FFF systems and has been a pioneer for the commercialization of Field-flow Fractionation. In 1995 Dr. Thorsten Klein developed the worlds first commercial Asymmetric Flow FFF (AF4) at Technical University Munich, Germany and founded Postnova Analytics in 1997. In 2001 Postnova acquired FFFractionation to create the sole complete system solutions provider in the area of FFF until today. Since 2003 Postnova is headquartered in Landsberg, Germany in the greater Munich area with Postnova USA located in Salt Lake City, USA, Postnova Northern Europe in Helsinki, Finland and a strong worldwide distribution network. Since 2011 Postnova has partnered-up with Malvern Instruments to provide world leading Field-Flow Fractionation Dynamic Light Scattering solutions based on the Malvern Zetasizer Nano product range.
As an addition and extension to Malverns established GPC/SEC Light Scattering technology, Postnova offers a broad range of FFF - Light Scattering solutions, which are ideally suited for gentle, high resolution and matrix-free separation and characterization of nano- and micro-particles, ultra-large molecules as well as cross-linked gels, which traditional chromatographic techniques cannot separate any more. Postnova-Malvern FFF-Light Scattering Platform can be used in the area of nanotechnology, biopharmacy, environmental and material science for applications such as:.
nano- and microparticles
large synthetic polymers
any particulate species