SCAT stands for "Safety Center for Analytical Technology". The company was formed, in order to protect workers in analytical laboratories from harmful materials in the operating environment. The impetus for this came from the firm requirements of a large German chemicals company. The concentration of harmful materials in a particular laboratory working with organic solvents was too high and, initially, actually demanded some fundamental alterations, which would have required a large financial investment, as well as an interruption in laboratory work. SCAT Europe came up with a safety conc.... Read more

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SCAT stands for "Safety Center for Analytical Technology". The company was formed, in order to protect workers in analytical laboratories from harmful materials in the operating environment. The impetus for this came from the firm requirements of a large German chemicals company. The concentration of harmful materials in a particular laboratory working with organic solvents was too high and, initially, actually demanded some fundamental alterations, which would have required a large financial investment, as well as an interruption in laboratory work. SCAT Europe came up with a safety concept which made these measures unnecessary. Using SCAT Safety Caps, it was possible to reduce emissions quite dramatically, and therefore other changes did not need to be made. The laboratory was able carry on operating with hardly any disturbance, for the entire time. The company was thereby able to save themselves a high six-figure sum. This success was the starting gun for us. Since then, we have helped countless companies in the whole of Europe to save money, and, first and foremost, to protect their employees from harmful substances and their effects. We are continually designing new products, in order to create the best solution for every - often very specific - demand. We preside more than 1,600 products based on in-house R&D, all of which serve to ensure for a safe handling of liquids that are potentially harmful to health, and which attest to our ability and competence. Our experience in the field of instrumental analysis, collected over the course of more than 20 years, enables us to competently advise on, and answer, all questions regarding safety and the proper handling of hazardous materials.