Labware-maker boosts production with a more efficient compact oven
Uniform temperature and cure are crucial when it comes to finishing test-tube racks. Simply replacing an inefficient oven can boost performance.
When Kurt Landsberger and wife Anny launched Bel-Art Products, it was a small shop making household items, such as aprons and tablecloths for post-World War II consumers in 1946. Soon realizing the value in the chemical resistance of the plastic material used to make these items, the Landsbergers started marketing their products for laboratories and medical-supply companies, becoming pioneers in the use of plastic lab equipment.