Introduction of Johan Lindgren

It is our great pleasure to inform you that Kagaku Analys AB now will strengthen our service and support capability by signing on our former colleague Johan Lindgren to take on these responsibilities. Johan has long and deep experience of our SPS machines, starting with the first SPS 515 that was CE- marked for Europe in 2001, and sold to Max Planck Dresden. This SPS was installed firstly in our Uppsala office and then tested and adjusted under the auspices of Johan. […]

New strategic partnership with flucon

Kagaku Analys AB is proud to announce a new strategic partnership with flucon fluid control GmbH, one of the most dedicated and outstanding scientific equipment manufacturers in the field of fluids analysis. Kagaku, becoming the exclusive distributor in the Nordic and Baltic countries for flucon products LAMBDA and EPSILON+, starting from December 1st, 2022, will also extend their sales and services to potential markets such as North America, the Middle East, Southeast Asia, Oceania, etc. With our well-established experience with… Read more

Kagaku expands its Hot Disk Instruments reach

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Building on the strengths of its long-established performance in representing the market-leading Hot Disk TPS line in China and India, Kagaku is poised this October 1 to take responsibility for new and significant commercial territories on behalf of Hot Disk AB. Working in tandem with Hot Disk’s host of skilled application engineers, we will be proud and honored to serve also the Nordic, Baltic, Iberian, and South Eastern European States, including Russia, Belarus and Ukraine.

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Kagaku Partners with SUGA: Introducing the New SPS 2000


Kagaku is pleased to partner with Japanese SUGA, in a joint mission to serve our clients with the most innovative and reliable SPS technology available. We here showcase SUGA’s new SPS 2000, which brings with it a range of innovative features. All are geared toward making your research and manufacture as flexible and easy to perform as possible.

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Linkam stage workshop in November

Kagaku Analys and Linkam will have a workshop for the stages in the Chalmers campus this November. Our colleague, Shrey Sharma, from Linkam Scientific Instruments, will join us in this workshop on 13th November, Wednesday. The workshop will start at 10:00, in the conference room at 8th floor, Chemistry department, in the campus of Chalmers University of Technology (see map: Shrey is also bringing demo stages: DSC 450 and MFS (new modulus force stage, replacing TST 350) to demonstrate… Read more