Payment Terms & Miniumm Orders for US, Canadian or International Customers
For customers with pre-approved accounts, our payment terms are Net 30 days, FOB Shipping Point or Ex-Factory when appropriate. For new customers, our terms are Cash-in-Advance or Major Credit Card. International customers must pay in advance and are responsible for import Duty and Taxes when they apply.
There is a very small minimum order of $35.00 for US and Canadian Orders and $100.00 USD for International Orders.
Open an Account
It is very easy to apply for an account, contact us via Fax or Phone. Click on the blue button below to apply for credit online:
All in-stock items are shipped from our warehouse within 24 hours of actual receipt of order via FedEx. This will insure quick delivery in the US and Canada.
All other, International Shipments are shipped via FedEx Economy unless otherwise directed by the customer.
All invoices are payable in US Dollars drawn on a US Bank or by bank to bank transfer. Major Credit Cards may be accepted for pre-approved customers: Visa, Master Card or American Express.
General Terms and Conditions
MicroSolv Technology Corporation reserves the right to change product specifications, packaging, design or prices without notice. We accept no liability for changes made without notice.
International Handling Fee
For some products, an International Handling Fee may apply. This fee is for shipping and duty charged from Europe, Asia, South America or Australia. Shipments valued at $2,000.00 and over, are exempt from this fee.
The products listed on this website and subsequent downloads or printouts are not intended for direct food, medicinal, clinical or diagnostic use and soley intended for use in Chromatography or Capillary Electrophoresis. We assume no responsibility or liability for misuse of these products, information or misunderstanding of this information. We do believe these items are completely compatible with the units they are designed for at the time of authoring. We are not responsible for any design changes made by your instrument manufacturer, which may make these items incompatible.