GE Analytical Instruments

Volume discounts available on sievers low-level total organic carbon (TOC) vials

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Source: GE Analytical Instruments

Boulder, CO -- GE Analytical Instruments, the world leader in low-level total organic carbon (TOC) standards and TOC measurement technology with its Sievers TOC Analyzers, offers pre-cleaned 40-mL TOC vials-certified to be below 10 ppb-that give you confidence in the quality of your TOC measurements. Sievers Certified TOC Vials are reliable, economical, and scrupulously cleaned of organic residues, as required by USP <643>. They are cleaned in an ISO 9001 clean room environment using a validated, automated process.

Sievers Certified (<10 ppb) Vials are ideal for use in critical applications, including USP and EP water testing, and are compatible with most leading TOC analyzer brands, including Sievers, Shimadzu, OI Analytical, Teledyne-Tekmar, and Skalar. Sievers Certified 40-mL TOC Vials come 72 to a case. Discounts are available for high-volume purchases and for Sievers TOC instrument customers. For added convenience, delivery programs can be customized to meet your specific needs.

If you do not require low-level vials, GE Analytical Instruments also offers pre-cleaned 40- and 60-mL TOC sample vials suitable for environmental, municipal, and process applications.

Customer comments

  1. By Deeksha Deeksha on

    Total organic carbon (TOC) indirectly measures the total amount of organic substances present in water for pharmaceutical use. The molecules of organic matter in water are oxidised to produce carbon dioxide which is then measured in an instrument and from the result, the concentration of carbon in the water is calculated. The determination of carbon in water may be made either on-line (in the line of supply of the water) or offline For more details visit our site: http://www.deekshainstruments.com

  2. By Deeksha Deeksha on

    Total organic carbon (TOC) indirectly measures the total amount of organic substances present in water for pharmaceutical use. The molecules of organic matter in water are oxidised to produce carbon dioxide which is then measured in an instrument and from the result, the concentration of carbon in the water is calculated. The determination of carbon in water may be made either on-line (in the line of supply of the water) or offline For more details visit our site: http://www.deekshainstruments.com/environmental.html