Agilent prides itself on improving both the science and the economics of our customers’ laboratories. I blog a lot about our innovative and breakthrough technologies. But I haven’t talked a lot about Agilent’s economic value.
For analytical laboratories, the cost of instrumentation is only part of their ongoing expenses. There is also the cost of maintaining that instrumentation. The cost of consumables. The cost of the personnel to run the analyses, as well as the education required. And the cost of downtime, both expected and unexpected.
Agilent has published two white papers that provide specific examples of our economic value.
The Agilent Intuvo 9000 GC system represents a paradigm shift that reinvents gas chromatography. Thanks to innovations such as reduced calibration time, lower power consumption and improved cycle time, Intuvo can provide customers with an incremental economic value of more than $55,000 per year.
Similarly, the Agilent InfinityLab LC series provides superior efficiency for liquid chromatography analyses. Thanks to innovations in operating cost savings, higher sample throughput and reduced cost for extra instruments, the Agilent 1260 Infinity II Prime LC can provide customers with an incremental economic value of more than $85,000 per year.
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