In a 'Stock Day' podcast Schumacher ran through a number of aspects of recent progress, including that it had sold more PCT (pressure cycling technology) machines in the third quarter of 2017 than it had ever sold in a single quarter before.
Revenues for the firm's products and services increased 21% in that quarter alone, with consumable products increasing 158% - the largest increase in consumables the firm ever reported.
Schumacher also said a big multinational company, who was a customer, had also been working with Pressure to produce a software upgrade for its flagship Barocycler 2320EXTREME instrument.
Pressure believes this new instrument will now be "highly desirable" in its niche life sciences and pharmaceutical markets.
Also discussed was the newly established Center of Excellence in China, which will showcase three of the company's PCT instruments and many related consumable products.
"Being the first Center of Excellence in Asia, the company will focus on the Chinese biopharmaceutical and biological research markets where there is a large community of bioscience engineers and scientists and centers for biotechnology advancements," said Schumacher.
The firm's acquisition of BaroFold Inc had increased the IP (intellectual property) estate of the company by eight issued and several pending patents, and had allowed the company to offer a number of important new applications to its worldwide base of nearly 200 customers with PBIO instrumentation, he added.
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