Specac Atlas Manual Hydraulic Presses have been recognized with a Silver Seal of Quality, putting them in the top 0.1% of all products on the SelectScience® website when it comes to customer feedback. Scientists’ opinions are absolutely fundamental to the Seals of Quality, which are allocated purely on the strength of independent reviews. Launched in June 2017, the aim is to further help scientists around the world easily identify the products that their peers rate the highest.
The Atlas Manual Hydraulic Presses are designed for FTIR, KBr and XRF pellet pressing and are available up to a 25-ton load configuration, making them suitable for a wide range of laboratory applications, including the analysis of metals, pharmaceuticals, printing inks and food. The press’s small footprint and easy-to-use design has made it popular among scientists worldwide.
So, what are scientists saying about Specac’s Atlas Manual Hydraulic Presses?
The manual press was easy to use. I have been using it for more than six years now and it never failed to help me in the IR spectroscopyAndrew Abdelmalek
Compact, efficient, and reliable… I give tours to prospective students and I always say that the press is the only machine on campus that will work every time you use itWilliam White
University of California Irvine
Very sturdy, does what is advertised and is a one-of-its-kind product. So overall, very happyDr. Charlotte Vogt
University of Utrecht
David Smith, managing director at Specac, says the company is delighted to receive the Silver Seal of Quality and is now aiming even higher: “At Specac, we pride ourselves on our high-specification, high-quality-of-workmanship products. It is of course, reassuring, that these brand values are recognized by customers. Such a prestigious award is, however, all the more valuable because it is the direct result of reviews from our peer group, through an organization like SelectScience, with such a strong reputation for independence in the industry. Silver is not enough, of course, and we will continue to strive for Platinum.”