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Metrohm Power Packs – Analytical Solutions for the Power Industry

Published: Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Last Updated: Wednesday, May 15, 2013
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Metrohm has been a trusted provider of analytical solutions to the power industry for many years. From January 1, 2013 through June 30, 2014 Metrohm offers a range of promotional packages for comprehensive analysis of process water in power plants.

During the promotion, each package includes valuable accessories (e.g., equipment for matrix elimination & liquid handling, pH meters) as free extra items! More information from powerplant.metrohm.com

The Metrohm Power Packs are made for trace and ultra-trace analysis of crucial parameters in any kind of thermal power plant. They include

Power Pack Anion IC (corrosive anions, organic acids, and more)
Power Pack Cation IC (alkali metals and earth metals, transition metals, amines, lithium hydroxide, and other cations)
Power Pack Boric Acid Titration (boric acid as moderating agent in PWRs)
Power Pack Heavy Metals (critical heavy metals in any water-steam circuit)  

The Metrohm Power Packs are a great opportunity for anyone thinking about ramping up their monitoring-power to maintain the safety and increase efficiency of their facility.


http://powerplant.metrohm.com



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