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BioSurplus Selected to Auction $10 Million in Lab Equipment

Thu, 06/23/2011 - 9:45am
Bio-Medicine.Org

SAN DIEGO, June 23, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- BioSurplus today announced the start of a record setting laboratory auction.  Thousands of instruments worth over $10 million will be auctioned via the BioSurplus online auction site at auctions.biosurplus.com.

The first auction will have choice laboratory equipment including a Bruker 400 mHz UltraShield NMR, many Agilent HPLCs and Mass Specs, Molecular Devices Spectramax M5 plate reader, Biacore 3000, Thermo Deca XP Plus MS , Amersham Biosciences Bioprocess AKTAs, Sartorius 250 and 500 liter Bioreactors, Thermo 3120 hepa filtered CO2 incubators, and more.

There will be a separate non-scientific item auction that will include display cases, furniture, motivational posters, large artificial plants, mailroom furniture, artwork and some rare oriental rugs that were showcased in the original facility.  For updates on that online auction go to auctions.biosurplus.com.

In addition to the current auction and the non-scientific auctions, there will be two more auctions with equally large numbers of very sought after laboratory instruments.

Please call 858-550-0800 x222 for additional questions at 858.550.0800 x222, or by email at auctionsupport@biosurplus.com.

About BioSurplus

Since 2002, BioSurplus has assembled a team of scientific experts to pioneer leading edge solutions for every stage of the lab equipment lifecycle. From providing a website of dynamic inventory as well as live and online auctions, to developing software solutions that allows clients to manage their own equipment, to offering turnkey solutions for selling surplus assets, BioSurplus is dedicated to maximizing the value and use of laboratory equipment for its customers. To this end, it has become a leading supplier of pre-owned laboratory instruments and equipment management services.

BioSurplus is headquartered in San Diego and has large showroo

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