Lab Equipment

Silicon Valley Disposition is selling lab equipment formerly operated by Full Cycle Bioplastics.

Full Cycle Bioplastics manufactures compostable alternatives to oil-based plastics from organic matter. The firms polyhydroxyalkanoate bioplastic is produced by bacteria from mixed organic waste raw material. The bioplastic can be used in place of many synthetic plastics whilst being marine-degradable and compostable. Full Cycle Bioplastics license their technology to partners including biorefineries, landfills, composters, agricultural producers and food and beverage processors.

The online auction is scheduled to take place from the 22nd to the 24th of May. Assets are located in San Jose, California and can be previewed by appointment with the auctioneer only. Lots available in the sale include: Keyence BZ-x810 all-in-one fluorescent microscope system, Agilent 1260 Infinity HPLC, Thermo Scientific UltiMate 3000 HPLC system, Thermo Scientific ISQ 700 single quadrupole GC-MS system, (2) Thermo Scientific Heratherm IGS750 microbiological incubator, Thermo Scientific Smart2Pure Pro water purification system, TA Instruments HR20 hybrid rheometer, TA Instruments TGA550 Discovery TGA thermogravimetric analyzer, Shimadzu Nexis GC-2030 gas chromatograph, Shimadzu LC-2030C Plus Prominence-i liquid chromatograph, Shimadzu RID-20A and LC-20AD high-sensitivity refractive index detectors, Shimadzu Irspirit fourier transform infrared spectrophotometer, Mach DR 6000 UV/VIS spectrophotometer, (2) Parr mini bench top reactors, facility support equipment, office and lounge furniture and much more.              

Silicon Valley Disposition was founded in 2010. The firm specialises in asset disposition, ranging from entire plants to routine surplus assets. Silicon Valley Disposition works with a broad range of clients, including Fortune 500 companies, start-ups, financial advisory firms and bankruptcy courts, dealing in hundreds of asset classes across a diverse breadth of industry sectors.

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