Earlier this month work began on demolishing the concrete platform in the centre of our production facility marking a significant milestone in a project aimed at improving the layout of our factory. The work begins with the platform and the area around it being cleared. The platform is then isolated by cutting off… Continue reading »
This week we took delivery of a new water storage tank to upgrade our existing water treatment facility. The tank will be connected to our existing water treatment plant and will hold 18,500 litres of high quality deionised water. To keep the deionised water in the tank clean and pure, it will be… Continue reading »
It’s been a busy couple of months here at ReAgent with many projects coming to fruition as well as new ones taking shape behind the scenes. Website refresh Back in July/August we launched a refreshed version of our online chemical store with a brand new home page. This launch brought with it many… Continue reading »
ReAgent recently played a part in a ground-breaking conservation project involving the last surviving example of a World War II German bomber aircraft known as the Dornier Do 17. The aircraft was recently salvaged from Goodwin Sands off the Kent coast and delivered to the Royal Air Force Museum at Cosford, Shropshire. We… Continue reading »
As you may know, ReAgent is a corporate member of the Science Museum Group. We sponsor the Science Museum to support the scientific community and encourage people to learn about science. We also feel it is a reflection of our own passion for science. Being based in the North West, ReAgent has more… Continue reading »
Wednesday 24th July saw the VIP launch party of the new ‘Brains:The Mind as Matter’ exhibition at Manchester Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI). I and a couple of colleagues were lucky enough to be invited to attend as ReAgent is a sponsor of the Museum. On display for the first time outside London,… Continue reading »
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