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Horizon Technology Donates Artefact to Chemical Heritage Foundation

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At the Pittcon Conference in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania, USA) Horizon Technology (New Hampshire, USA) donated an original SPE-DEX 4700 instrument to the Chemical Heritage Foundation. The donation was made to mark the company’s 20th anniversary.

The Chemical Heritage Foundation is a non-profit organisation that aims to preserve the history and heritage of chemistry, chemical engineering and related sciences and technologies.

The artefact was presented at a cocktail reception held at the Chemical Heritage Foundation. Accepted by Tom Tritton —president and CEO of the Chemical Heritage Foundation — the artefact was evaluated by the collection’s committee for historical significance and was judged to fit the foundation goals.

Dr. Peter Brown, CEO, said: “Bob and Martha have set the company on a good path with an innovative start and careful guidance and we look forward to even more success in the next 20 years.”

For more information please visit: www.horizontechinc.com

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