News | September 25, 2018

SEAL Analytical Theme Is Totally Automatic

AA500

For many analysts, WWEM 2018 will be the first opportunity to see SEAL Analytical’s latest autoanalyzer, the AA500, a fully automated, high throughput, segmented flow analyzer. The AA500 has a compact, all-in-one housing, and provides up to 6 channels for simultaneous analysis of multiple parameters with ultra-low detection limits and excellent repeatability. With fully automatic control of start-up, reagents, heating, digestion, distillation, air injection, analysis and shutdown, the AA500 frees laboratory staff for other work.

This will also be the first UK outing for SEAL’s Minilab 1200, a robotic handling system for automating BOD measurements. Fast, reliable and compact, the Minilab 1200 has multiple electrode options - other analyses such as pH, conductivity, alkalinity, turbidity and COD can also be automated.

SEAL distributes and services the XPERT TOC/TN analyzer from Trace Elemental Instruments, and this will also feature on the SEAL stand. Experts will be on hand to explain the many advantages of this compact, all-in-one PC-controlled analyzer.

Continuing the automation theme, SEAL’s latest discrete analyzer, the AQ400, will be on display, providing auto-standard preparation, auto-dilution, automatic method changeover and low reagent consumption. Approved applications (EPA, ISO) include nitrate, nitrite, ammonia, phosphate, Chromium VI, TKN, TP etc. in water, wastewater, soils, extracts and digests.

About SEAL Analytical

With facilities in the UK, Netherlands, Germany, USA and China, and distributors spread across the globe, SEAL Analytical is one of the world’s leading laboratory instrumentation companies.

SEAL has a longstanding reputation in auto-analyzers and for developing advanced, automated Discrete and Segmented Flow Analyzers (SFA).

Following the acquisitions of Thomas Cain and ROHASYS, SEAL Analytical’s product portfolio also includes instruments for: automated chemical addition; sample preparation and digestion, and robotic sample handling and treatment systems.

In combination, the company’s brands provide solutions for the high-throughput automated analysis of nutrients, metals, BOD, COD, pH, EC, colour, turbidity, alkalinity, total acid, total base etc.

As the designer, developer and manufacturer of hardware, firmware and software, SEAL Analytical is able to develop complete, bespoke analytical solutions. With a focus on innovation, technical support and training, the company has a strong record of consistent growth.

For more information, visit www.seal-analytical.com.

SOURCE: SEAL Analytical