rfid spectrophotometer News

  • New spectrophotometer to revolutionise water analysis

    HACH LANGE has announced the launch of a major new spectrophotometer, the DR 3900, that Marketing Manager Sarah Blayds says "is light years ahead of anything else in the market." The DR 3900 employs the latest RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology to ensure that an accurate, reliable, traceable record is created for every sample. However, as Sarah Blayds explains: "Improved ...


  • Message E1 on a Hach Dr2800 spectrophotometer

    There are a number of tests in the Hach LCK cuvette range that require a blank vial to be tested prior to running a sample. The value E1 on screen indicates that this value is to be subtracted from the final reading. This will also appear with some tests where the value is measured before and after the sample addition. ...


    By Camlab Limited

  • I have a problem with a Hach Dr2000 spectrophotometer?

    When the Hach DR2000 is turned on it goes to self test and just continues cycling through without ever stopping. How do I make this stop? This sounds like an issue with the Hach Dr2000 main PCB or possibly an issue with the power supply where a cable has worn or worked loose. Camlab has many years of experience ...


    By Camlab Limited

  • Hach spectrophotometer – 27 years old and still going strong

      To celebrate the launch of the new spectrophotometers; DR 3900 and DR 6000, instrumentation specialist HACH LANGE launched a competition to find the oldest operational HACH or LANGE photometer in Ireland. Extensive research revealed that the contestant with the oldest instrument, and winner of a brand new DR 3900, is Michael Whelan of Wicklow County Council with his DR3 spectrophotometer ...


  • Hach Lange Name Change

    From Monday 1st June, Hach Lange are shortening their name to ‘Hach’. DelAgua supplies an extensive range of Hach products, including colorimeters, turbidimeters, spectrophotometers and reagents. ...


    By DelAgua Group

  • Water analysis simplified

    Hach Company has unveiled its DR 3900 spectrophotometer featuring Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology, which requires less training and increases confidence in the test results. The DR 3900 further simplifies water analysis by walking users through testing procedures to ensure consistently accurate results regardless of the user’s knowledge. Lance Reisman, president ...

  • Free Workshop on Industrial Discharges: `Are you paying too much for your effluent?`

    HACH LANGE is hosting a free workshop on wastewater cost minimisation. Taking place in Newcastle Upon Tyne on Tuesday 4th October, the workshop will provide attendees with an insight into the ways in which self- monitoring can ensure regulatory compliance and help reduce costs. The workshop will include both practical and classroom sessions, and explain the main factors affecting trade effluent ...


  • Award recognises NLS recycling achievements

    HACH LANGE has presented the National Laboratory Service (NLS) with a silver bar made from recycled chemical reagents, in recognition of the organisation’s achievements in waste minimisation. Accepting the ingot on behalf of the NLS laboratory in Nottingham, inorganics team leader Richard Yates said “Tiny quantities of silver are employed in the tests that we conduct for COD - ...


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