Advanced Instruments, Inc. Celebrates 60 Years with Oldest Osmometer Contest
A legacy of quality and service
NORWOOD, Mass., August 20, 2015
— Advanced Instruments, Inc.
, a leading supplier of instrumentation for clinical, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, microbiology, and dairy laboratories around the world, announces their 60th anniversary celebration and search for their oldest working osmometer or cryoscope.
In 1955 Bud Wiggin set out to bring advanced functionality to the clinical and dairy markets from his home’s basement office and first coined the term “Osmometer”. From there, the company has grown to be the market leader in osmolality testing, now a standard test in hospital laboratories around the world. Advanced Instruments is committed to designing, manufacturing, and servicing state-of-the-art instruments used in medical and industrial laboratories.
To commemorate Advanced Instruments, Inc.’s 60 years of quality and service, an interactive retrospective featuring photos, ads, and other nostalgia is available at history.aicompanies.com
The Oldest Osmometer Contest showcases the company’s dedication to quality, reliability, customer service, and providing the best – and longest lasting – instrumentation possible. The contestant able to produce the oldest working Advanced or Fiske osmometer or cryoscope will win $500 towards the purchase of a new instrument or consumables, as well as a $500 donation to a major health research foundation in their name.
It’s easy to enter, simply fill out a short form and upload a photo of the system in use. All entries must be submitted by October 31, 2015. The contest is valid only in the United States and Canada.
About Advanced Instruments, Inc.
Advanced Instruments, Inc. is a leading supplier of instrumentation for clinical, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, microbiology and food laboratories around the world. Quality, reliability, service and support have been the company’s guiding principles since our founding in 1955. Our innovative application of technology helps healthcare organizations improve the quality of care and industrial companies enhance quality and productivity.