Scientific Industries Inc
Scientific Industries, a publicly-owned company is the world leader in vortexing technologies and is best known as the designer and manufacturer of the world-renowned Vortex-Genie laboratory vortex mixer and shaker, which is part of a complete line of other Genie brand lab products including microplate shakers and mixers, cell disruptor and homogenizers, magnetic stirrers, orbital shakers, rotators, rockers, and incubators. All Genie products are proudly made in the USA in its Bohemia, New York headquarters. In 2006 Scientific Industries diversified by acquiring Altamira Instruments, a highly reputable manufacturer of custom catalyst characterization instrumentation and bench-scale micro-reactor systems for industrial and research use all over the world including China, Brazil, India, Russia, Saudi Arabia and European nations.
The Vortex-Genie Family is based upon, and originates from, the original Scientific Industries Vortex Jr. Mixer, manufactured prior to 1962. This product line has evolved and expanded over the years, but has maintained the reputation as a “workhorse” and a “must have” in almost any type of laboratory.
Our reputation for high quality, reliability, and affordability is evident from our sales volume—to date, more than 1,000,000 units have been purchased! Moreover, Scientific Industries’ products are built to last, with many of those units still in use today! Our team of engineers is committed to innovating and expanding the Genie family product line, providing our customers with the finest in mixing equipment.
In 2014, Scientific expanded its benchtop laboratory equipment business with the acquisition of the Torbal product line, a highly reputable brand with a similar long history of quality and reliability, thus adding laboratory scales and pharmacy pill counters product line.
In 2016, Scientific Bioprocessing Inc. was relaunched, a subsidary of Scientific Industries specializing in non-invasive pH and DO monitoring in cell cultivation through its patch sensor based technology acquired by Scientific in 2011.