Jacob Lance
Technical Manager of Polymer Additives
Dover Chemical Corporation

“Prior to incorporation of a 1H/31P NMReady-60PRO in our R&D labs, we used to outsource our product analysis to a university for evaluation on a high-field NMR spectrometer. This outsourcing cost was high, up to $50 000/year. When I heard about benchtop NMR I was curious to determine if it would be suitable for observing hydrolysis and oxidation decomposition products in our phosphites - and it was. Now we run all our products in our own R&D lab – not only saving us time and money, but also giving us flexibility to acquire conformational NMR data on samples that we wouldn’t have deemed necessary to outsource.”


Dr. Thomas Fessard
Chief Executive Officer

“Our catalogue contains more than 10000 complex organic molecules. Spirochem specializes in the design, synthesis and production of novel building blocks to accelerate drug discovery. Despite open and unrestricted access to high-field NMR, we knew we could increase our productivity and maximize our workflow through the incorporation of benchtop NMR directly in the lab. We still use high-field NMR, of course, but our use is down as much as 80% meaning that we are saving both money AND time by using the benchtop NMR. Nanalysis has made an extremely positive impact on my business”


Dr. Robert Todd
Chief Operating Officer
Trans World Chemical Inc.

“We are pleased that we are able to use the Nanalysis benchtop NMR spectrometer in our commercial laboratory to support both operations and R&D. This instrument eliminates the need to outsource samples to expensive analytical labs by allowing our chemists to analyze samples in near real-time; resulting in improved reaction yields and improved product development cycle-times. As a result, we are able to offer both new and existing products to customers at a lower rates and lead-times.”


Dr. Ng Chee Mang
Managing Director
Penchem Technologies Sdn Bhd

“It is great to add benchtop NMR to our characterization toolbox. The instrument has saved us time and money, and has allowed us to view structural information more quickly.”