Buy Used Laboratory Equipment

EquipNet is the world's leading provider of used R&D equipment. Our exclusive contracts with our clients yield a wide range of lab and analytical equipment, including used HPLCs, lab centrifuges, microscopes, mass spectrometers, gas chromatographs and much more. OEMs include Agilent, Waters, GE Healthcare, Thermo Scientific, Nikon, and many others. If you do not see the used R&D equipment you are looking for, call one of our representatives and we will find it for you.

Sell Your Used Lab & Biotech Equipment

We currently have immediate buyers seeking HPLCs, GCs, Flow Cytometers, Mass Specs, Real Time PCR Machines, and various other lab assets. Contact us today to gain a capital return on your idle instruments.

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Own It Now provides buyers with the opportunity to purchase equipment at the click of a button. While some inventory sits at a set “buy it now” price with no countdown, other assets are continuously dropping in price over the course of time.

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Running an environmentally-friendly business helps to promote sustainability. Reducing the impact on the environment and preserving natural resources is an organization’s responsibility, a concept that promotes sustainability and saves costs. Promoting sustainability might not be a straightforward process and the challenges could derail your quest.

3 Benefits to Selling Your Pre-Owned Equipment on EquipNet's MarketPlace

Sell your surplus equipment with EquipNet. Either self-post your equipment listings or have an EquipNet representative help you handle the process. EquipNet is here to help you make profits by selling your industrial equipment, lab assets, and various other surplus equipment on our MarketPlace.

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