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Sequential Automatic Analysis (SAA)

by Alliance Instruments GmbH     based in Salzburg, AUSTRIA

Sequential automatic analysis is well established in clinical chemistry, where highly specialised systems execute some hundret samples per hour but are completely unflexible. For our mainly industrial field of activity we offer specific instruments with variable modules and special software, flexible and accessible. The user takes advantage from ...

Horiba - Model AP-370 Series - Ambient Air Analyser

by ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANCY SERVICES     based in Bibra Lake, AUSTRALIA

The HORIBA AP-370 SERIES is not only compact & easy to maintain, it also provides sensitive, precise and reliable measurements for ambient air pollution.

Micromac c online water analyser

by ELSCOLAB     based in KRUIBEKE, BELGIUM

MicroMac C (colorimetric) or MicroMac E (ion selective electrode) is a microprocessor controlled On Line Analyzer specifically designed for automatic monitoring on several type of waters matrix.

Sensivate Post Column Reactor

by Scientific Systems Inc     based in State College, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

The SSI Sensivate represents a new level in post-column performance, size and cost. Based on proven pump technology combined with a unique reactor design and disposable heating blocks, you can now achieve post-column derivatization with great performance at an economical price.

Model MVA-03 - Fully Automated 797 VA Computrace System for Trace Analysis

by Metrohm USA Inc.     based in Riverview, FLORIDA (USA)

The MVA Systems (Metrohm VA Systems) are sets of instruments customized to meet particular demands. Choose the set that meets your requirements, connect it to a PC and a supply of nitrogen (if required for the particular system), and you are ready to go. The systems provide different degrees of automation, depending on the number of samples to be ...

Oxford Instruments - Model X-Strata980 - Coating Thickness Measurement and Materials Analysis

by Oxford Instruments Industrial Analysis     based in Abingdon, UNITED KINGDOM

Coating thickness measurement and materials analysis to improve process and quality control with X-ray fluorescence (XRF). The X-Strata is a compact, rugged and reliable quality control XRF benchtop system for simple, rapid, non-destructive coating thickness measurement and materials analysis. It performs excellent coating thickness analysis and ...

Oxford Instruments - Model X-Strata920 - Coating Thickness Measurement and Materials Analysis

by Oxford Instruments Industrial Analysis     based in Abingdon, UNITED KINGDOM

Coating thickness measurement and materials analysis to improve process and quality control with X-ray fluorescence (XRF). The X-Strata is a compact, rugged and reliable quality control XRF benchtop system for simple, rapid, non-destructive coating thickness measurement and materials analysis. It performs excellent coating thickness analysis and ...

Orthodyne - Model AZ5000 - Trace Nitrogen in Argon Analyser, PPM Range

by Process Analysers Systems Ltd     based in Oxfordshire, UNITED KINGDOM

The AZ5000 is a continuous analytical system that measures N2 impurity in ppm level in Argon or in Helium.

PCE - Model TC 3 - Thermal Camera for Professionals

by PCE Instruments UK Ltd     based in Southampton, UNITED KINGDOM

At the core of this thermal camera is an uncooled focal plane array with a resolution of 160 x 120 pixels. The thermal camera PCE-TC 3 is ergonomical and easy to use with only one hand. Thanks to its light weight of only 750g, it's ideal for the analysis of machines and systems, for thermographics in construction and many other applications. The ...

Buck Scientific - Model BLC-20G - HPLC Variable Wavelength Binary Gradient

by Buck Scientific Inc     based in East Norwalk, CONNECTICUT (USA)

Gradient HPLC is the ideal technique for analyzing complex samples, while isocratic HPLC is often used for simple mixtures. During gradient HPLC, the strength of the solvent that carries the sample is increased, while in isocratic HPLC, it remains the same. The advantages of gradient HPLC are more specific results in the sample identification and ...

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