Discrete Analyser

For many years, automated analysis solutions are frequently used in wastewater and drink water facilities. Most of these laboratories are controlled by the government and they need to check daily the standard properties in water such as sulfite, chloride, nitrate and nitrite.

Since quite some time these laboratories are using the continuous flow and ion chromatographic techniques These techniques meet various NEN standards.
These well established techniques require much maintenance and consume a lot of harmful chemicals. Since governments also want to contribute to a sustainable society these old-fashioned techniques are subject to change en re-evaluation.

Discrete auto analysers contributes to a sustainable society as the highly automated systems produces considerably less harmfull chemicals and hardly use any consumables. Discrete technology has been part of the NEN as well.

Anaspec Solutions is a pioneer in this discrete technology and will be able to select and advise for you the optimal discrete system.

We have three different types of discrete auto analysers:

Smartchem 140 up to 140 tests per hour
Smartchem 200 up to 200 tests per hour
Smartchem 450 up to 450 tests per hour
Smartchem 600 up to 600 tests per hour

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