About Labomatic

Historical development of LABOMATIC

LABOMATIC has been active in the field of liquid chromatography for more than 40 years. It is specialized in preparative high-performance medium pressure liquid chromatography (LABOPREP-MPLC / LABOPREP-HPLC).

Due to its location near Basel, the company was in close contact with the users of these instruments from the very beginning. Companies such as Novartis (formerly Ciba-Geigy and Sandoz) and Hoffmann-La Roche have cooperated closely with the R&D team at LABOMATIC and helped to develop a product line of high-quality instruments for preparative chromatography. In addition, our instruments enjoy the international reputation of Swiss products for quality and precision. Years of experience and daily contact with customers are the basis of LABOMATIC's expertise, which has the ultimate aim of providing a range to state-of-the-art instruments by constantly incorporating the very latest developments in technology and adapting these to the customer's requirements. Since the introduction of biocompatible versions of our instruments, LABOMATIC has also been active in the field of biochromatography. Here the instruments are used for affinity chromatography, hydrophobic-interaction chromatography, and ion-exchange chromatography.

For the last 20 years, LABOMATIC has been active in the field of fluid and medical technology, producing customer-specific assemblies for medical diagnostics instruments, for example.

The headquarters of LABOMATIC Instruments AG (Switzerland)

The company headquarters are located in Allschwil, near two large chemical companies, Hoffmann-La Roche AG and Norvatis AG. Allschwil is 3 km to the west of Basel, near the border to France. The Euro-Airport Basel-Mulhouse is 6 km away, as are the highways to Germany (Karlsruhe), Zurich and Berne.

The Location of LABOMATIC Instruments GmbH (Germany)

Five years ago LABOMATIC established a facility in the European Union. It is located in Weil am Rhein, which is in Germany near the borders to France and Switzerland.