By comparing research into the reuse and redeployment of familiar equipment like copiers, electric motors, and routers, REUZEit has developed a model to calculate the carbon footprint reduction when reusing or redeploying essential life sciences equipment – for example, the mass spectrometer and the ultra-low temperature freezer. Both cases are representative of the potential to reduce the carbon footprint of the user through a closed-loop supply chain by reconditioning and redeploying the equipment.

It is possible to make these calculations because only relatively new equipment is reconditioned, and recycled materials are used to make new products like the ones produced out of virgin materials. Input data were obtained from actual recycling of a mass spectrometer and ultra-low freezer from e-Recycling of California, and our own research.

Ultra-Low Temp Freezer

Ultra-low temp, or ULT, freezers are used by the pharmaceutical industry to store drug compounds and biological samples at temperatures reaching -40°C to -150°C. The biological samples play a vital role in research and development for therapeutics to treat rare and chronic diseases. ULT freezers also are used to store vaccines, where temperature uniformity and stability is critical. The general population recently learned of the importance of ULT freezers when the COVID-19 vaccine was first developed and required this type of storage to stay viable.

The global ULT freezer market was $547 million in 2019 and is projected to reach $783 million by 2027. Depending on the manufacturer, capacity, and features, new freezers can range in price from $15,000 – $35,000 each. Approximately 31,320 newly manufactured freezers are expected to be purchased in 2027 globally. On average, a used late-model (less than 5 years old) freezer costs $8,000. These models can be redeployed with or without reconditioning and while still within manufacturer specifications.

By instituting a circular economy, a discount of 20-70% is possible for the new owner while simultaneously adding value to the previous owner, and customers can now be served who might otherwise not be able to afford a new one. Also, an increasing number of customers target buying circular products instead of purchasing new ones. This way, customer value, environmental value, and economic value are created simultaneously.

 

Image credit: "Atomic Structure and Symbolism: Figure 5" by OpenStax Chemistry, CC BY 4.0.

Image credit: “Atomic Structure and Symbolism: Figure 5” by OpenStax Chemistry, CC BY 4.0.

 

 

Another example is the mass spectrometer. This equipment can measure the mass of a molecule only after it converts the molecule to a gas-phase ion. Medical labs employ mass spectrometry to diagnose metabolism deficiencies, to determine whether biomarkers or enzymes are present, and for toxicology testing. To do so, it imparts an electrical charge to molecules and converts the resultant flux of electrically charged ions into a proportional electrical current that a data system then reads. A mass spectrometer must often be coupled with a separation instrument like a gas chromatography (GC) or high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) system. This adds complexity and cost, which may be a stimulus to buy reconditioned and refurbished equipment.

The global mass spectrometer market size was $5.89 billion in 2020 and is projected to reach $12.7 billion by 2030. Depending on the manufacturer, capacity, and features, new mass spectrometers can range in price from $200,000 to $1M each. It is expected that 31,750 newly manufactured mass spectrometers will be purchased in 2030 globally.

 

An average used late-model spectrometer (less than 5 years old) can also be redeployed to meet manufacturer specifications. It ranges in price from $75,000 – $220,000. Like the ULT fridge, it provides a value to acquiring customers by offering cost avoidance ranging between $125,000 – $780,000 per machine.

If 50% of new mass spectrometer purchases were replaced by redeployed alternatives and assuming an average $150,000 discount per products, it could save global buyers almost $2.4 billion annually in direct economic benefits by 2030. New circular segments can also increase total market sales for the vendors, provided new business models are in place.

Our calculations consider three recovery options: direct redeployment, redeployment after reconditioning, and material recycling. Most equipment can go through all three loops sequentially. Clearly, direct redeployment creates the most economic value in direct savings. But, like economic value and from a footprint point of view, the preference is also first to directly redeploy, then redeploy and recondition, then create new products from recycled materials, and lastly create new products from virgin materials.

An increasing number of customers of life science equipment want to buy re-used products. The procurement of circular products creates environmental value, which can be turned into economic value via carbon fees. Based on projected volumes of ULT freezers and mass spectrometers, and assuming that all three recovery options will be applied, by 2030 a total of $580 million could be saved on carbon fees worldwide.

Sourcing value led to direct economic benefits in terms of reduced prices. Customer value was increased because now certain equipment is affordable for customers who cannot afford to buy new products. Information value was not applicable in both examples but may be relevant at some stage in product development.

All forms of closing the loop can significantly contribute to reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Next to reducing greenhouse gasses, scarce materials are saved which is important in view of resource depletion. This makes REUZEit’s SAM system a game-changer. In both cases, multiple values are created.

Although future markets are hard to forecast, the potential is clear. If 50% of newly purchased products are replaced by redeployed products (which is in line with targets of the European Union), buyers will realize direct annual economic benefits by 2027 globally. Moreover, new segments in the market can be developed. For these reasons, new circular economy business models are indispensable.

 

For more information or to Join this REUZE Revolution, please visit us at  www.REUZEit.com

 


Surplus Asset Management (SAM) is the profitable practice of redeploying equipment, assets, products, or commodities owned by a company that are not vital to its operations and no longer serve the business in the same way they did previously. Property (premises), outmoded assets, used equipment or devices, and working capital (inventory) are all examples of surplus assets. SAM helps owners get the most out of systems and products that are no longer valuable to them.

Circular Economics (CE) is a model of production and consumption of existing components, equipment, and materials by sharing, leasing, reusing, repairing, reconditioning, refurbishing, and recycling them.

REUZEit has designed the Circular Surplus Asset Management system by combining CE and SAM (CE-SAM) to create an entirely new business model, extending the life cycles of discarded but viable laboratory equipment in a closed-loop supply chain that creates value and reduces environmental impact by redistributing discarded but still useful products and equipment.

Most new business models promote servitization, which refers mainly to industries using their products to sell “outcome as a service” rather than a one-off sale. An example of servitization would be Netflix or Spotify, delivering media as a service rather than customers buying the CDs and DVDs that produce those outcomes.

In an industrial economy that cannot rely on servitization to improve their environmental impact, Life Cycle Management is restorative or regenerative by design. Although both economic (value) and environmental (reuse) are included in the definition, CE-SAM is an alternative yet still profitable business model that also focuses on the reduction of environmental impact by limiting CO2 emissions and increases social impact by enabling access to technology and products at a lower cost, thus creating multiple values. REUZEit focuses on how businesses can contribute to sustainable development goals in a profitable way by introducing CE-SAM.

Levels of Circularity

Businesses need natural resources to produce goods and services. By natural resources, we mean materials, water, and energy. From the point-of-origin to the point of consumption, raw materials feed supply chains. Energy and water are indispensable to produce goods and services. For example, the water footprint of a ham and cheese sandwich is about 50 liters throughout the supply chain. Research shows that many natural resources are becoming scarce, e.g., rare earth minerals used as components in high technology devices. The consequences of resource scarcity include volatile and rising commodity prices and supply chain disruptions. Therefore, the resource consumption of supply chains must be reduced. This also results in a positive impact on climate change caused by greenhouse gas emissions caused by supply chains, and a reduction of discarded electronics and marine litter polluting our planet.

REUZEit offers services to life science, laboratory, and pharmaceutical companies to optimize the life of their resources, assets, and equipment to reduce obsolescence and waste, and increase profit at the same time. We are building the world’s largest circular economic platform to extend the useful life of capital assets and enable organizations to reach their sustainability goals and profitability. The company captures value by re-marketing products via distributors and its own platform, providing a financially sustainable program operating with positive cash returns and substantial cost avoidances which plays a critical role in achieving carbon footprint reductions for businesses. REUZEit offers pickups, reconditioning, refurbishing, and remarketing via distributors and it’s own platform at [reuzeit.com].  We provide physical, administrative, financial, IT, and trading services, which translates to a one-stop-shop for acquiring or trading used equipment geared toward product acquisition, reprocessing, and remarketing. By employing CE-SAM, the asset owner gains the capability to choose the best possible strategy to maximize useful life of the equipment within the organization, or they may choose to maximize capital recovery, all the while achieving sustainability goals for GHG reduction and organic productivity.

Imagine if you multiply this effort across the globe, the impacts from utilizing the circular economy aspects of a REUZE mindset can save the world.

For more information or to Join this REUZE Revolution, please visit us at  www.REUZEit.com


Garbage Out, Repurposing In

The carbon footprint of life sciences and biotech industries can be reduced by up to 80% by redeploying the equipment depending on its residual value and the customer needs. A waste plan is critical to sustaining this positive initiative. For the global life sciences market, savings on carbon fees as well as direct benefits to the customer can be as much as $2 billion annually. Circular Surplus Asset Management (CE-SAM) can be a business game-changer if it is integrated as part of an organization’s strategy. It is this premise that makes REUZEit a key contributor to long-term sustainability.

Circular-Economy

 

The Circular Economy

The REUZEit End-of-Life Asset Solutions platform establishes best practices for using, repurposing, and disposing of biotech and pharmaceutical equipment to control costs, reduce risk, and improve efficiency. Reclaiming medical equipment has an important role in lowering medical costs and reducing the carbon footprint of healthcare. Using recovered medical equipment generates less solid waste and helps to reduce pollution caused by the extraction and processing of raw materials. Also, when products are recycled, less energy is used for manufacturing, and fewer pollutants are emitted. This is the power of Reclaim, Reuse, Repurpose when done correctly. It’s what we call the “Lifecycle Extension.”

 

Good for Business, Good for Sustainability, Good for the Earth

When businesses reuse and redistribute equipment, they get the most out of their investment, maximizing productivity while also maximizing our planet’s precious resources. We provide the online solution and marketplace for businesses to search and redeploy their excess assets. Every time we REUZEit, we replace the need to strip, build, and buy new while also slowing the rate of manufacturing waste and pollution to manageable levels. That’s good for business, good for sustainable growth, and good for the earth.

There is an estimated 40% of medical equipment in developing countries that is no longer in use due to a lack of parts or service. Breakdowns can occur at any stage in a complex system of medical equipment recycling, resulting in a mismatch between aims and usability. The lack of adequate medical devices and the impact on health outcomes in low-income countries especially are becoming more

apparent as countries assess their health systems’ capabilities in response to a global pandemic. A supply chain that assures access to high-quality, safe, and dependable medical equipment is important to sustaining these health systems. Every time we REUZEit, we replace the need to strip, build, and buy new while also slowing the rate of manufacturing waste and pollution to manageable levels. That’s good for business, good for sustainable growth, and good for the earth. Together, with our global clients, REUZEit provides a physically executed active platform connecting big industry players together to redistribute equipment, recovering capital from surplus equipment, extending the useful lifespan of our equipment and our natural resources. As we build the future Circular Economy, we can reduce barriers of entry to support redistribution models and innovation in the developing world, reduce waste of valuable-but-toxic materials, and we’ll establish an economy that makes full use of the things we build.

 

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Keeping a piece of equipment in use, either by redeploying within the company or selling in the used market, reduces greenhouse gas emissions by 23.1 times compared to recycling.

The GHG emissions reduction from reusing just one metric ton of equipment is the equivalent of:

  • Powering almost 32 households for one year
  • Removing over 57 passenger cars from the road for 1 year
  • Planting 4,361 tree seedlings and growing for 10 years

 

The coronavirus pandemic impacted not only healthcare around the world, but there are now an estimated 500,000 young people aged 16-24 who are out of work. Instead of propping up declining, polluting industries, we can benefit our planet and our future generations by investing in more green jobs. Young adults are often being taught, and given career advice on, jobs that likely will not exist a decade from now. Instead, we could be training them to succeed in a sustainable, circular economy while at the same time ensuring the future health of our planet. Keeping medical devices in circulation for as long as they are viable will relieve the massive amounts of medical waste produced daily and drive a circular economy. Someday, future generations will look back to now and say, “This is when industries began redistribution. This is when we finally changed our wasteful habits for a real solution; a circular economy to sustain our planet.”

 

Artist Mariano Chavez makes art from old medical equipment.“Last Life” equipment cannot be rehabilitated and is headed to the landfill despite our best efforts, unless someone rescues it. Up-cyclers, movie props, museums, artists…find one piece to take home, and you’ve made an impact!

Of the most recognized End-of-Life options for e-waste, recycling generates the least amount of greenhouse gases that fuel climate change and expand companies’ carbon footprint. Up to 566 times lower emissions compared to placing that equipment in a landfill!

 

 

 

What about individuals? What can we do to pitch in and help save the Earth? There are plenty of things you can do every day to help reduce your carbon footprint to make a less harmful impact on the environment. By purchasing reusable and recycled materials, consumers can help close the recycling circle, and encourage our neighbors to do the same.

For more information or to Join this REUZE Revolution, please visit us at  www.REUZEit.com


Are you still stocking your lab with unnecessarily expensive lab equipment, unaware of the environmental drawbacks to trashing old assets? Plenty of labs are unaware that there are advantages to buying used lab equipment, such as the convenience for research deadlines and environmental benefits. Find out how your laboratory can make the most of your lab assets by opting for reconditioned or refurbished purchases. 

No Wasted Time

When you buy new equipment, don’t expect it to arrive within a few days. Retail purchases of high-grade lab equipment can take up to two months to arrive on your doorstep, and many labs don’t have the time to spare due to impending research deadlines. Additionally, research labs are often handling time-sensitive projects that demand quick results. If your laboratory carries out experiments for other companies, such as large pharmaceutical manufacturers, medical practices, or research facilities, you’re likely aware of such deadlines. 

By opting for reconditioned or refurbished equipment, you can effectively nix this wait time, or at least dial it back significantly. Since you’re only waiting on delivery rather than sitting around while a manufacturer builds your new lab equipment, the timeframe is much shorter and considerate of any deadlines you’re required to meet. 

Undeniable Cost Savings

It’s clear that lab equipment is a pricey asset – from specialized mass spectrometers to cold storage for vaccine research, the bill is often sky-high. However, buying used lab equipment couldn’t be further from this alternate truth.

The most attractive benefit to buying used lab equipment is the difference in cost, as you’re not paying a premium for unused equipment. Why buy new, when you can get 50% to 80% off a perfectly operational unit with the same build and capabilities? In fact, many researchers appreciate second-hand purchases because they’re able to purchase equipment that they couldn’t have otherwise been able to afford. Ultimately, you get the luxury of equipment you never thought you’d have, while paying a fraction of the retail price for a new model. Plus, you’ll be contributing to a waste-conscious cycle of reconditioning and redeployment, which is what we specialize in at REUZEit.

Used Lab Equipment & the Circular Economy

Have you ever wondered what happens to your trashed equipment once you retire it? For the most part, your old centrifuges and cell harvesters end up in a landfill – and with all the non biodegradable hardware built into most lab equipment, this results in a massive carbon footprint. Though by applying the “reduce, reuse, recycle” ideology to your lab equipment purchases, you’re contributing to a broader circular economy. Buying used lab equipment reflects less manufacturing, which results in a reduced usage of raw materials. This is what the circular economy is all about, and what we’re working towards through equipment reconditioning, partnerships with manufacturers, and convenient delivery options for clients across the globe.

Buying Used Lab Equipment Is Easy with REUZEit

Let’s face it, investing in laboratory equipment for your scientific research is a necessary cost. Luckily, we’re committed to providing you with options that you can fit into your budget. Money saved on one product can be used to finance another resource that is just as important to your progress. Whether you’re searching for innovative chemistry lab equipment or looking to replace broken lab equipment, REUZEit offers low-cost solutions that work as hard as you do. Browse the best surplus and gently used biotech and pharmaceutical equipment on the market! Check out our USA-based store or our European-based store to shop discount laboratory equipment.


There are a number of advantages to buying used lab equipment rather than purchasing new, most notably in the associated cost savings and environmental motivators. Though what many researchers may not realize is that with each used purchase from companies like REUZEit, they’re increasing their bottom line through avoided depreciation, retained value, and lesser upfront costs. 

Avoid Depreciation for Used Lab Equipment

When you buy a used lab asset, someone else has already taken the burden of depreciation – meaning you reap the resell benefits in the future. Oftentimes, you can find used lab equipment that’s still in mint condition while also avoiding the highest periods of depreciation during the asset’s life cycle. In short, since used equipment has already depreciated, its value will decrease at a much slower rate when you own it. This serves to improve the total value offered by used equipment in both the short and long term.

Used Lab Equipment Retains Value

Since used lab equipment sidesteps the largest portion of depreciation, it tends to keep its value quite well over time. Of course, proper maintenance is important to minimize the value loss associated with older units. Once you’re ready to resell your equipment, the total cost of owning it is significantly increased, allowing you to get back a large portion of what you originally spent. In other words, purchasing used lab equipment can retain value for future resell – as long as it’s properly maintained.

Reduced Upfront Costs

Used lab equipment, as expected, is a great option due to the reduced upfront expenses. Thanks to lower purchase costs, used equipment tends to be an attractive option for bootstrapped labs with tighter budgets such as startups or growing companies. In the short term, opting for used lab equipment over new purchases can boost your bottom line if you redirect any savings towards other business needs and areas of improvement. Furthermore, you can potentially save more on insurance, since used equipment has a lower price for reduced premiums.

Raise Your Bottom Line with REUZEit

Let’s face it, investing in laboratory equipment for your scientific research is a necessary cost. Luckily, we’re committed to providing you with options that you can fit into your budget. Money saved on one product can be used to finance another resource that is just as important to your progress. Whether you’re searching for innovative chemistry lab equipment or looking to replace broken lab equipment, REUZEit offers low-cost solutions that work as hard as you do. Browse the best surplus and gently used biotech and pharmaceutical equipment on the market! Check out our USA-based store or our European-based store to shop discount laboratory equipment.


Laboratory equipment, no matter the research, is an expensive-yet-necessary cost for critical research advancements. However, the smartest researchers are aware that the newest models often use the same technology as the versions prior. This is why used lab equipment distributors like REUZEit are so popular amongst savvy researchers, because we supply the necessary assets without denting your wallet or sacrificing quality. Get a feel for the used scientific equipment REUZEit has to offer, and visit our website to browse our full selection of lab assets. 

Molecular Devices SpectraMax 384 Plus

The SpectraMax 384 Plus stems from a long line of dependable assets by Molecular Devices. It’s a UV/Vis spectrophotometer with microplate reader functionality, resulting in more reliable results and rapid data reporting. The unit also comes equipped with a built-in cuvette port and microplate drawer, able to read any standard cuvette, microcuvette, test tube, or 96- and 384-well standard. The SpectraMax also has its own sample beam and reference detector with three wavelength settings for optical density measurement: endpoint for a single point in time, kinetic for specific periods of time, or spectral scan mode to reference a specific wavelength range. Advance your spectrometry research today with the SpectraMax 384 Plus, available for $6,449.00 on the REUZEit website for as low as $137.25 per month with our financing options.

Bio-Tek ELx405 Select

For the world’s first deep well microplate washer that can aspirate and dispense into 96- and 384-well plates, look no further than the ELx405 Select from Bio-Tek. It’s an ideal lab asset for cell cultures, plasmid DNA purification, and is the ultimate solution for your lab’s washing workflows with its rapid cleaning of ANSI/SBS standard height microplates. The ELx405 Select features automated functionality with a Dual-Action manifold that is especially helpful during cell-based assays. Lastly, maintaining your Elx405 unit is incredibly simple with Bio-Tek’s patented Ultrasonic Advantage™ technology which automatically cleans manifold tubes to clean out accumulated salt and proteins. For a used scientific equipment option that will meet your standard and deep well washing requirements, browse the Bio-Tek ELx405 Select™ on the REUZEit website starting at $7,499.00.  

Premium Used Scientific Equipment:Thermo Scientific Accela System

The Accela UHPLC System from Thermo Scientific is an extremely advanced, high-speed chromatographic system. It’s capable of providing efficient chromatographic separations over a convenient range of flow rates and pressures, making it an all-in-one chromatography lab asset. The Thermo Accela is designed around the optimal performance of sub-two micron particle columns, giving it its expansive range. This allows users to experience seamless operation which spans typical LC pressures, even up to 15,000 psi for long-column separations of more intricate bio-mixtures. If you’re looking for used scientific equipment with specialized UHPLC capabilities, visit the REUZEit website for more details. 

Source Your Used Scientific Equipment with REUZEit

Let’s face it, investing in laboratory equipment for your scientific research is a necessary cost. Luckily, we’re committed to providing you with options that you can fit into your budget. Money saved on one product can be used to finance another resource that is just as important to your progress. Whether you’re searching for innovative chemistry lab equipment or looking to replace broken lab equipment, REUZEit offers low-cost solutions that work as hard as you do. Browse the best surplus and gently used biotech and pharmaceutical equipment on the market! Check out our USA-based store or our European-based store to shop discount laboratory equipment.


As a distributor of redeployed lab assets that works with a number of big name manufacturers, REUZEit offers a wide range of lab equipment for varying needs. Among the most popular categories is our used lab-chemistry equipment. This category includes dissolution systems for pharmaceutical research, microwave synthesizers with the latest technology, and carbide-resistant chemistry tanks that can hold between 15 and 100 gallons. 

Read on for a breakdown of our most popular chemistry research assets, and be sure to visit the REUZEit website to scroll through our full list of used-lab chemistry equipment.

Used Lab-Chemistry Equipment for Drug Research: Dissolution Systems

The first category of REUZEit’s used lab-chemistry equipment is a modern necessity for research efforts involving pharmaceutical compounds, such as tablets, capsules, membranes, and transdermal patches. Our dissolution systems are primarily manufactured by Vankel and include front panel LED displays to visualize spindle speed, water bath temperature, elapsed time, and other parameters. Most of the dissolution systems offered on our site include three core features: a dosage delivery method, an AutoTemp vessel temperature sensing system, and an automated sampling manifold. Visit the REUZEit website to browse our full inventory of dissolution systems, which range between $1,725.00 and $3,450.00.

Used Lab-Chemistry Equipment for Saved Time: Synthesizers

As you may know, microwave synthesizers greatly cut down the time it takes to synthesize both organic and inorganic compounds. For used lab-chemistry equipment with the latest in microwave synthesis technology and performance, look no further than REUZEit’s selection of innovative synthesizers. Our units flaunt top-shelf specifications, enabling your research to reach new heights through modern design. Some of our synthesizer options offer a convenient 8-position sample bed for a compact, automated solution, while others come with full-fledged synthesizers capable of larger sample sizes. Visit our website to see the brands of synthesizers we have in stock, which typically run around $15,000.00.

Used Lab-Chemistry Equipment for Storage: Tanks

From compact 15-gallon stainless steel tanks to 100-gallon units, each of our tanks are made of low-carbon materials to reduce carbide precipitation and chromium carbide formation. This helps to retain chromium in the tank’s weld areas, which prevents corrosion, making for lab assets that are built to last. Our larger 100-gallon tanks flaunt pneumatic clamps able to support 4,000 lbs and function similarly to limit switches. This means operations won’t begin until the pneumatic clamps are secured, serving to maintain proper safety protocols. Take a look at our range of chemical tanks, which run between $2,975.00 and $26,000.00, by visiting the REUZEit website.

Support Your Chemistry Research with Equipment from REUZEit

Let’s face it, investing in laboratory equipment for your scientific research is a necessary cost. Luckily, we’re committed to providing you with options that you can fit into your budget. Money saved on one product can be used to finance another resource that is just as important to your progress. Whether you’re searching for innovative chemistry lab equipment or looking to replace broken lab equipment, REUZEit offers low-cost solutions that work as hard as you do. Browse the best surplus and gently used biotech and pharmaceutical equipment on the market! Check out our USA-based store or our European-based store to shop discount laboratory equipment.


With a global team of nearly 20,000 employees and a historic tenure in the lab equipment landscape, Agilent is a big name in research. Their solvent degassing equipment, electrophoresis systems, and LC/MS detectors are favorites among avid researchers, and luckily, REUZEit carries them as well. Read on for an idea of what Agilent lab equipment we have to offer, and visit our website to browse the full selection. 

Agilent Degasser 1100 Series

The Agilent G1322A Degasser 1100 is a highly sought after solvent degasser due to its reduced internal flow restrictions, durable design, and ease of use. It’s a suitable option for solvents that pose higher flow rates and features a gas-permeable membrane tube that keeps a constant vacuum level, allowing for higher instrument uptime. Visit the REUZEit website for a high-performing degasser that offers fast flushing, priming, purging, and solvent exchange with a low internal volume of just 1 ml per channel. It’s currently listed at $1,500, and stands as one of our most popular pieces of Agilent lab equipment.

Agilent IDP-3 Dry Scroll Vacuum Pump

Agilent’s Dry Scroll Vacuum Pump is a top tier oil-free vacuum pump meant for a range of uses. It’s the smallest scroll pump available for general vacuum applications and only weighs 21 pounds, making it easy to integrate into OEM systems. Though its size doesn’t interfere with its pumping speed of 60 liters per minute and low base pressure of 250 milliTorr, making it the most premium dry pump of its kind. Shop this piece of Agilent lab equipment on the REUZEit website, where it’s currently listed for $1,850.00.

Premium Agilent Lab Equipment: Agilent 6890 Gas Chromatograph GC

Lastly, you can find Agilent’s premium gradient chamber, the 6890 Gas Chromatograph, on the REUZEit website for about $7,500.00. It’s designed for extreme convenience and brings a new level of ease to regulatory compliance for a number of applications, including hydrocarbon processing, chemical analysis, drug screening, toxicology, pesticide determination, and law enforcement. The unit hosts electronic pneumatics control for gas pressure and flow, onboard sensors which automatically correct noncontiguous temperatures and barometric pressure, making for more accurate results.  

Browse REUZEit’s Extensive Catalogue of Agilent Lab Equipment

Let’s face it, investing in laboratory equipment for your scientific research is a necessary cost. Luckily, we’re committed to providing you with options that you can fit into your budget. Money saved on one product can be used to finance another resource that is just as important to your progress. Whether you’re searching for innovative chemistry lab equipment or looking to replace broken lab equipment, REUZEit offers low-cost solutions that work as hard as you do. Browse the best surplus and gently used biotech and pharmaceutical equipment on the market! Check out our USA-based store or our European-based store to shop discount laboratory equipment.


At REUZEit, we’re proud to carry products from some of the world’s most respected health tech providers, including the global brand GE Healthcare. From cell expansion and bio analyzers to pH electrodes for your chromatography efforts, our online store lists a number of GE Healthcare products to support your research. Here are two of our most popular items from GE healthcare, and be sure to check out our previous blog for a description of the GE Xuri Cell Expansion System W25 – another one of our best sellers from General Electric. 

GE Healthcare pH Electrode

Featuring a rounded tip, GE Healthcare’s pH Electrodes are designed to make temperature-compensated pH measurements. Each electrode is constructed of perfluoro rubber, glass, and titanium, with wetted sides resistant to items used in chromatography (such as organic solvents and salt buffers). For equipment to support your chromatography research, you can find these electrodes on the REUZEit website for $487.50 apiece. 

GE Healthcare Biacore X100

The GE Healthcare Biacore X100 is a comprehensive bioanalyzer and well-rounded solution for laboratories hosting multiple users and varying types of research. Thanks to its label-free analysis and real-time characterization of biomolecular interactions, it’s versatile enough to handle high traffic biotechs and research facilities. At its core, it gathers quality data from small sample sizes and works to minimize hands-on time. The Biacore X100 also runs on a workflow-friendly software which gives suggestions and even guidelines for both assay development and data interpretation, making it a user friendly option for researchers. Visit the REUZEit website for detailed specifications on the Biacore X100, which is currently listed for $40,000, with financing available for as low as $809.93 per month. 

Browse REUZEit’s Extensive Catalogue of Used Lab Equipment

Let’s face it, investing in laboratory equipment for your scientific research is a necessary cost. Luckily, we’re committed to providing you with options that you can fit into your budget. Money saved on one product can be used to finance another resource that is just as important to your progress. Whether you’re searching for innovative chemistry lab equipment or looking to replace broken lab equipment, REUZEit offers low-cost solutions that work as hard as you do. Browse the best surplus and gently used biotech and pharmaceutical equipment on the market! Check out our USA-based store or our European-based store to shop discount laboratory equipment.


Filling a laboratory with new equipment is an investment in time and money. Fortunately, there is a better way to spend less money, giving you more resources to accomplish your bench projects. REUZEit headquarters and warehouse ships nearly every order within 1 to 5 business days following a final service inspection.

This week we’re showcasing 3 great examples of field-tested, used chemistry equipment, known to be reliable, accurate, and ready to ship. 

Refurbished Photometric Absorbance Detector & Chart Recorder

Perfect for institutional learning environments or monitoring data over time, the Teledyne UA-6 is a dual beam, dual flow cell, fixed wavelength detector with interchangeable wavelength filters for absorbance detection from 214 to 660 nm. The UA-6 is designed for both low pressure and high flow liquid chromatographic detection, as well as UV spectroscopy or UV–visible spectrophotometry (UV/VIS) computing colorimeter cuvette reading. This particular unit may also be used with an external recorder and integrator. See Price

Used Dissolution System

Recently moved from a quality control department of a pharmaceutical lab, the Vankel Varian VK 7000 dissolution testing system is typically used to monitor the quality of the capsules and tablets. Agilent (formerly VanKel Technology Group and Varian Scientific Instruments) engineered this device to be a long-lasting, reliable unit. It comes with stainless steel paddles, variable RPM, built-in alarms, and 1-liter capacity glass sampling vessels. See Price

Used Hydrogen Generator 

Using 100% titanium proton exchange membrane technology, the Perkin Elmer PG-X2 500 is a powerful hydrogen (H2) gas generator that comes in a small package. The 500mL/min H2 flow rate covers most needs. This refurbished chemistry equipment has been decontaminated and saves thousands of dollars from purchasing brand new. See Price

Did You Know?

Unless marked “as-is,” there is a 30-day warranty period on all used chemistry equipment ensuring your item is in working order. The refurbished lab equipment we reviewed today is guaranteed to be covered by the warranty. Unlike many other companies, REUZEit’s warranty period starts the date the item is received, not bought!

Browse REUZEit’s Extensive Catalogue of Used Lab Equipment

Let’s face it, investing in laboratory equipment for your scientific research is a necessary cost. Luckily, we’re committed to providing you with options that you can fit into your budget. Money saved on one product can be used to finance another resource that is just as important to your progress. Whether you’re searching for innovative chemistry lab equipment or looking to replace broken lab equipment, REUZEit offers low-cost solutions that work as hard as you do. Browse the best surplus and gently used biotech and pharmaceutical equipment on the market! Check out our USA-based store or our European-based store to shop discount laboratory equipment.