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KNAUER Wissenschaftliche Geräte GmbH

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We separate molecules and unite people.

Based in Berlin, KNAUER is a medium-sized, owner-managed company that has been serving the sciences since 1962. We develop and manufacture scientific instruments of superior quality for liquid chromatography systems and components, including:

• Analytical HPLC / UHPLC • Preparative HPLC • Fast protein liquid chromatography (FPLC) • Multi-Column Chromatography / Simulated moving bed (SMB) • Osmometry

With 135 employees, we are an established manufacturer of HPLC systems and components. Our valves, pumps, detectors, and other components are used for many separation processes outside of HPLC and are popular with customers who want custom solutions (OEM). KNAUER is an ideal partner for those who want more than standard solutions can provide. The first products of the family and cornerstone of the company’s success were Osmometers for the determination of molality. KNAUER continues to develop and manufacture industry-leading osmometers. Furthermore, the KNAUER Academy offers courses on HPLC and application development.

We are an established partner in science. Today and in the future.

More about KNAUER
  • News

    Turning straw into gold?

    What should we run our cars with in the future? The need for an alternative to fossil fuels is an issue that is elaborated heatedly all over the world. At present, one option is using biofuels. However, the so-called first-generation technology depends widely on sugar, starch or oil crops. ... more

    A change in the KNAUER management

    After more than seven years of intense and fruitful cooperation in the managing directors double with Alexandra Knauer, Dr. Alexander Bünz has left the laboratory instrument manufacturer KNAUER, effective after June 30th, 2014 in order to pursue new career challenges. "We regret the departu ... more

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