• Measuring dissolved oxygen in zero gravity? The International Space Station now has specially designed Hamilton sensors that arrived with Airbus’ new ACLS life-support system.

  • FRANKLIN, Mass., U.S. and BONADUZ, Switzerland, (June 15, 2016) – Hamilton Storage reached an agreement with iBio-Gene on May 1 to distribute its automated sample management products in China. iBio-Gene is headquartered in Beijing, with staff and technicians located in many areas of China, including Shanghai.

  • January 4, 2016—Hamilton Storage GmbH has completed installation of the first new Verso automated sample management system. Purchased by a major European pharmaceutical company, the modular Verso functions as the facility’s primary powder compound library storage system, providing the capacity to store 2.6 million glass vials at ambient temperature. The automated system enables fast and reliable sample retrieval and delivery for processes in pharmaceutical screening.

  • Bilfinger Industrietechnik Salzburg GmbH, originally having emerged from the Mannesmann history and later part of MCE, has been independent for more than two years now and is a true knowledge carrier in the biotechnology sector – from a historical perspective to the present day. This also applies when it comes to planning, fabricating and installing pipework, systems and equipment in biotechnology, pharmaceutical and fine chemical industries.

  • The Hamilton Bonaduz AG has ceased with immediate effect the distribution of laboratory and process sensors via Giorgio BORMAC s.r.l. of Italy. This is due to the fact that this company has falsely sold sensors with the Hamilton product brand.

  • With total output of 6.4 million hl per year, of which 5.5 million hl alone are bottled at the Krombach facility, Krombacher Brewery, founded in 1803, is one of the largest private breweries in Germany. The company's success is not least due to the high quality of the products that are produced and bottled here every day.

  • Bilfinger Industrietechnik Salzburg GmbH, originally having emerged from the Mannesmann history and later part of MCE, has been independent for more than two years now and is a true knowledge carrier in the biotechnology sector – from a historical perspective to the present day.

  • At this year’s Analytica in Munich – leading international fair for lab technology, analytics and biotechnology – Hamilton Bonaduz AG (Switzerland) will be present with their own booth. From April 1st - 4th, the experts for process analytics and laboratory and analytics equipment show their wide range of products in hall B1, booth 304. This variation appeals to customers in the chemicals industry as well as customers in the Life Science sector.

  • With the development of the GMP Compliance Package software, Hamilton now offers its ground-breaking and user-friendly validation software to the user. It offers more than the management of user profiles and test reports for calibration and validation; in fact it paves the way for complying with the GMP regulations for configuration, communication and validation of all Arc sensors as well, along with legally compliant administration.

  • Hamilton Bonaduz AG has developed a highly modular syringe system, which includes more than 100 syringe designs for virtually any syringe pump and application. Customers now have the option to select from a wide range of components including plunger styles, volumes, materials, stroke and thread lengths and to combine them as desired. The modular design makes it possible to fit almost any syringe pump on the market with Hamilton’s reliable and highest precision syringes.