Pine Research Instrumentation, Inc. specializes in electrochemical research instrumentation. Our suite of products is comprehensive including rotators, potentiostats, electrodes, and a plethora of standard and custom glassware.
Our instrumentation is manufactured in the United States by sister company, Pine Electronics, Inc. in Grove City, Pennsylvania. Keeping the manufacturing within the Pine family provides for greater quality control and Pine’s world-class standards.
We love what we do and are passionate about the work of our customers. Our team of chemists, engineers, and product specialists are happy to assist with questions and solutions for your research needs. We look forward to hearing from you.
We understand that your research requires solid instrumentation when it comes to accuracy and control. With more than four decades of serving the electrochemical community, Pine Research is the world leader in electrode rotation. The suite of products include rotators, rotating disk (RDE), rotating ring-disk (RRDE) and rotating cylinder (RCE) electrodes. Our line of potentiostats, glassware, and electrodes exceeds the demands of the most discriminative research scientists.
Scribner Associates, Inc. is a leading developer of high-quality instrumentation and software for the electrochemical research and development (R&D) community. Scribner Associates’ hardware and software products are used by academic, private and government laboratories in the areas of fuel cell development and evaluation, battery technology, corrosion science and engineering, electrochemical sensors and multi-electrode arrays.
Scribner Associates’ expertise includes electromechanical system design, engineering and manufacturing, materials evaluation and electrochemical corrosion testing, electrochemical sensors and sensor arrays, integrated fuel cell and redox flow battery test systems, as well as software for electrochemical testing.
Scribner Associates collaborates with advanced technology partners interested in materials evaluation, electrochemical sensor technology, or fuel cell, battery or corrosion research and development.