Teledyne Leeman Labs is the analytical instrument company that more corporations, government agencies, municipalities, and educational institutions are choosing to do business with – across the United States and around the globe. The company was founded in 1981, maintains corporate headquarters in Hudson, New Hampshire, and does business in more than 50 countries.

Teledyne Leeman Labs is the analytical instrument company that more corporations, government agencies, municipalities, and educational institutions are choosing to do business with – across the United States and around the globe. The company was founded in 1981, maintains corporate headquarters in Hudson, New Hampshire, and does business in more than 50 countries.

We are a company of scientists, engineers, and service professionals that are truly passionate about what we do, and that's atomic spectroscopy. Our mission from day one has been to produce world-class instruments for elemental analysis. We have no interest in simply meeting standards. Our goal – through continuous innovation, dedication, and fresh thinking – is to constantly raise the bar, providing scientists and analysts with cutting edge instruments that deliver extraordinarily accurate analysis week after week, year after year.

Teledyne Leeman Labs invests heavily in research and development and looks forward to providing customers with a steady stream of technological advances in the years ahead.

FEATURED PRODUCTS

ICP-OES

Leeman Labs Prodigy ICP with new Nitrogen Accessory includes an air free optical path, a custom torch designed to prevent migration of nitrogen (from air) into the plasma and an innovative sample degassing device that is designed to work with conventional solution autosamplers. Together, these innovations allow the modern ICP to achieve levels of accuracy that used to require a dedicated nitrogen analyzer.

Hydra-C Appendix K

Teledyne Leeman Labs is pleased to announce the introduction of a new mercury analyzer for emissions monitoring, the Hydra-C Appendix K. The EPA clean air mercury rule requires coal fired power generation facilities to monitor mercury emissions on a continuous basis. This can be achieved either through the installation of continuous emission monitors (CEM) or by the use of sorbent trap technology, where emitted mercury is trapped on a sorbent material ...

FEATURED TRAINING

Training Classes

Education is one of the most important issues for any user of analytical instrumentation. Teledyne Leeman Labs offers a variety of operator education programs to fit virtually any laboratory budget and operating style. The Operator Training Course covers atomic emission theory, instrument operation, applications and practical service training. Class sizes are small to ensure individual attention. Plenty of hands-on application time is included and ...

FEATURED DOWNLOADS

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EVENTS ATTENDED

2009 CEM User Group Conference and Exhibit, 2009 National Biodiesel Conference and Expo, ARABLAB 2013 - Tradeshow for the Analytical Industry, EUEC 2010, Gulf Coast Conference, HET Instrument 2008, Pittcon 2012, ROMCONTROLA

INDUSTRIES SERVED

Company details

Business Type:
Technology

Industry Type:
Monitoring and Testing

Market Focus:
Globally (various continents)

Employees:
11-100

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