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SEAL Analytical unveils new automated analyzer at Pittcon 2015

Posted: Tuesday 10th February 2015

The SEAL Analytical booth (4116 & 4117) at Pittcon 2015 will provide visitors with an opportunity to see the latest technologies in both automated discrete analyzers and segmented flow analyzers.

A major feature of the SEAL booth will be the new AQ400 automated discrete analyzer. The AQ400, manufactured by SEAL in the US, has been designed to provide even greater speed and capacity, with improved reproducibility and greater flexibility. The AQ400 has all the advantages of discrete analysis; auto-standard preparation, auto-dilution, automatic method changeover and low reagent consumption. Regulatory approved applications (EPA, ISO) include nutrients such as nitrate, nitrite, ammonia, phosphate, Chromium VI, TKN, TP etc. in water, wastewater, soils, extracts and digests.

The AQ1 and AQ2 discrete analyzers will also be on display offering users minimal operator involvement and the ability to run many different chemistry tests from each sample in the same run.

For those laboratories that require high throughput, accurate analysis with very low detection limits for very large numbers of samples, there will be an opportunity to see automated segmented flow analyzers (the QuAAtro39 for example can run up to 600 tests per hour).

The companyís expert chemists will be on hand to help customers decide which method best meets their needs. There are new methods for ammonia with in line gas diffusion automated sample preparation and phenol with in line distillation, which can be run on the AA1, AA3 and QuAAtro39 analyzers.

In addition to automated nutrient analyzers, SEALís stand will also feature the Thomas Cain automated sample preparation and digestion systems. These instruments are employed throughout the world for automated sample preparation for the analysis of metals in environmental laboratories.

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