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Scott Laboratories Becomes Exclusive Distributor for PALL Oenoflow™ Crossflow Systems in North American Wine Market

Posted on April 24, 2018

Petaluma, California, April 25, 2018 – Scott Laboratories, along with PALL Corporation, the leader in crossflow filtration for the North American wine market, are pleased to announce an exciting development in their 27-year relationship. After almost three decades of filtration media distributorship, Scott Laboratories is thrilled to become the exclusive distributor to the wine for PALL Oenoflow™ crossflow systems.

Under this new agreement, Scott Laboratories will offer new machines, as well as all Parts, Service, and Technical Support required for existing and future PALL Oenoflow™ crossflow system installations in the North American wine industry.

Scott Laboratories’ seasoned team of service technicians is positioned to provide the same world-class service as the PALL team, and for the upcoming months, Scott and PALL will work together on service events to ensure a seamless transition. Committed to rapid response times and stock-on-hand for major wear parts, Scott and PALL are eager to uphold the industry-leading legacy that both companies are known for.

For over 80 years, Scott Laboratories has been meeting the needs of the beverage industry with innovative solutions and products. Scott Laboratories operates its main office in Petaluma, CA with satellite facilities in Healdsburg and Paso Robles. For more information regarding Scott Laboratories and the services and products that it supplies, please visit www.scottlab.com.
 


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