Special Coronavirus Statement
We are committed to supporting your research during this challenging time by providing tools to help you find better treatments and improve the quality of lives. As a global company, we operate in countries which have been impacted to varying degrees, and as such have taken the appropriate precautionary measures to ensure our employees’ health and safety is protected, while providing no disruption in your service
- Product manufacturing and order fulfillment:
- We have taken additional steps to ensure the safety of our employees, yet still maintain our normal order fulfillment times.
- Sales support / consultation:
- To better support you during this period, we encourage you to schedule a virtual meeting with your local sales consultant. We find it to be the next best thing to visiting your site as it allows us to share relevant content for your use case / study design.
- Technical support and customer service:
- Our support teams remain available during our standard business hours to answer questions you may have.
We will continue to monitor the potential impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). For any questions, please contact your local sales representative.
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Warner Instruments was founded in Hamden, Connecticut in 1988 by Burton Warner and Victor Pantani. The company was acquired by Harvard Bioscience in 2001 and is currently a proud member of the Smart Ephys division along with HEKA, and Multi Channel Systems.
Warner Instruments is known throughout the world as an innovative engineering company that designs, develops, and manufactures biomedical devices for the electrophysiological, cellular, and neurological sciences. Having introduced the first commercially available imaging and recording chambers in the early 90’s, Warner is also recognized for its bilayer workstations, oocyte voltage clamps and temperature control instrumentation.
Now in its 30th year in business, Warner’s goal is still to offer high quality, reliable electrophysiology products, supported by an experienced scientific and customer service staff.