Berthold Technologies is a global detection and automation technology leader in life sciences, providing user-friendly, accurate bioanalytical system solutions for biomedical, pharmaceutical, biotechnological, and research laboratories. 

These technologies make possible the identification, quantification and analysis of the molecular, physical and biological properties of thousands of substances and products.

Berthold's comprehensive line of reliable Microplate Readers deliver the versatility, sensitivity, precision, dynamic range and throughput you need to solve your complex analytical challenges. Every lab is unique. That's why you deserve a Microplate Reader that fits your needs. Maybe your research requires maximum application flexibility, or high throughput. Perhaps you are looking for simplicity, delivering reliable results. Whatever you need, there is a Berthold Technologies Microplate Reader to fit your research needs.

Berthold Technologies Bioanalytics unit manufactures highly sensitive measuring systems for analytical and biomedical research, and devices for use in clinical diagnostics. Berthold is renowned for their luminometers with thousands of instruments installed all over the world. Other product groups are multimode readers, fluorometers, photometers, imaging systems, gel documentation, HPLC detectors and gamma counters.

Berthold Technologies develop new instruments for the latest measurement technologies in close cooperation with customers in universities, clinical institutes and the pharmaceutical industry.

Today, Berthold Technology looks back with pride on 60 years of a company history characterised by pioneering innovations, technological progress and strong growth. Berthold Technologies headquarters is located in Germany, Bad Wildbad, Northern Black Forest.

Berthold Technologies quality management system is certified to the DIN EN ISO 9001:2000, ISO 14001:2004 and KTA 1401.

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