Today's behr Labor-Technik is characterized by our more than 50 year experience in development, production and sales of laboratory equipment. Over this period, the small family operated company has grown dynamically in order to also serve international customers. Our products enjoy world-wide renown for quality, practicality and reliability.
Our principal activity is in the production of laboratory equipment for environmental and foodstuff analysis. Today, behr is one of Germany's leading names for water, waste-water and sludge analysis equipment. Our product lines range from the cost-effective Kompakt line to fully automated worksatations for performance of analyses according to internationally recognized DIN and ISO procedures.
Our analysis equipment is complemented by our line of behropur laboratory water purification systems and our line of behroplast PE and PET containers, bottles and canisters.
1951 Foundation of Franz Behr Laborbedarf as a wholesaler of laboratory equipment and supplies.
1960 Opening of behr's own glass blowing facility.
1961 Opening of behr's own plastic product fabrication facility. Opening of the behr regeneration facility for ion exchange resins
1970 Production of the first behropur water demineralizer
1981 Production start for behrotest equipment for environmental analytics Expansion of service and custom production capacities by opening of electronic and precision machining shops to meet customer demand
1988 Incorporation of Franz Behr Laborbedarf as behr Labor-Technik GmbH
1992 Foundation of the ETC corp. (Ilmenau, FRG) in cooperation with C. Gerhardt & Co., Bonn
1995 Expansion of corporate headquarters to its present size including addition of seminar rooms and a modern applications laboratory.
1997 Opening of a new division dedicated to the development and production of analytical instrumentation with addition of the former Ströhlein R&D team under the direction of Prof. Johannes Kupka. The present behr instrumental line includes a coulometric instrument for AOX, EOX, POX and AOS analysis and another coulometric instrument for carbon, sulfur and TOC determination.
The Future of behr Labor-Technik GmbH
Workstations for the Aqua Regia Digestion of Heavy Metal Samples
The behrotest workstation model SMA-ARB is a basic system for simultaneous aqua regia digestion of either 6 or 12 samples for heavy metals analysis. System Components: Precision 6 or 12 sample SMA heating block for round-bottom sample vessels of 41.8 mm dia. Temperature range: 20 - 299°C. External mod. ET 2 time/temperature controller (operating range 20 - 450 °C). Time settings: 1 - 999 min. and continuous operation. 6 or 12 SR 2 250 ml ...
M - InKjel
The Economical Solution: Rapid heating of sample material by means of direct irradiation by infra-red heating elements, Versatile - Vessel holding frames for 250, 500 and 750 ml vessels can be used in same digestor unit, Vessels of 500 and 750 ml volume enable analysis of low-nitrogen water samples. Conversion among various sample vessel volumes by simply exchanging the vessel frames and fume manifold (if required). Simple operation. Favorable price ...