Our approach

Since its formation in 1969 Statebourne has been continually focused on providing products of the highest value to its customers. We continually develop new models independently and in conjunction with leading research institutes and centres of excellence worldwide. This ensures our continuing role at the very forefront of cryobiological research. Every product we manufacture is subject to the same rigorous quality control regime which enables us to meet the standards required not only of ISO9001:2000 but also the Medical Devices Directive, and EM Compatibility and IATA regulations. Our products all carry a 5 year vacuum warranty as standard, a tangible demonstration of the confidence we have in our own design, Manufacturing, quality and testing procedures.

Customer Commitment

As well as continuously striving to provide the highest levels of quality and excellent customer service, Statebourne's corporate ethos includes listening to its customers and understanding their needs. We believe our business is to provide first class products, which provide our customers with the very best solutions.

Many of our products have been developed over time and have benefited from advice and suggestions made by laboratory end-users. Improvements that follow are always designed to help customers work more safely and efficiently with liquid nitrogen. Liquid nitrogen is an essential tool in today's modern laboratory. We believe its safe use demands the best equipment available.

 

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