Harvard Apparatus Limited is a manufacturing company based in the Garden of England. It can trace its roots back to the mid 1890's when C. F. Palmer (a bicycle manufacturer in South East London) was asked to produce a recording device which became known as the kymograph.
From this small start, C F Palmer Limited went on to produce a wide range of Life Science equipment including stimulators, tissue baths, animal ventilators, operating tables etc.).
Scientific and Research Instruments (SRI) was started by a group of ex-employees of C. F. Palmer and produced similar items.
Following various changes of ownership, C F Palmer (or Palmer BioScience as it eventually evolved into) became part of the Harvard Bioscience group of companies (as did SRI some 10 years earlier).
Products manufactured by all of the above are available from us. Being a manufacturer, we are (in most cases) able to modify our product line to suit your needs.