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Exeter Analytical Launches New Website

Published: Friday, June 28, 2013
Last Updated: Friday, June 28, 2013
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New website provides information about company's performance leading range of elemental analyzers.

Exeter Analytical has launched a new website to provide visitors with in-depth information relating to the company's performance leading range of elemental (CHN) analyzers, top quality microanalysis consumables and analytical services provided by subsidiary company - Warwick Analytical Service (WAS).

Designed to enable visitors to effortlessly navigate through Exeter Analytical products, the portfolio of ISO 17025 accredited analytical services from WAS and growing applications note bibliography, the new site at www.exeter-analytical.co.uk is a site worth bookmarking.

Reflecting rapidly growing use of Exeter Analytical CHN analyzers in environmental applications a series of new pages have been added describing the considerable benefits of the technique including soil and sediment analysis, waste material fuel value determination and filter analysis of air and water samples.

Exeter Analytical manufacture and sell the Model 440 CHN Elemental Analyzer - which is based on a unique horizontal furnace design.

In many independent evaluations the system has been shown the most accurate and precise available on the market, capable of performing the widest range of sample applications.

In addition to the manufacturing of analytical instrumentation Exeter Analytical also maintain an analytical facility through subsidiary - Warwick Analytical service that specializes in providing elemental analysis (metals, CHN, Halogen determination etc.) as an analytical service.

This enables Exeter analytical to offer unsurpassed application support as well as a free CHN analysis service to all its customers.

Over the last 25+ years - Exeter Analytical have built-up extensive knowledge across a broad cross section of elemental analysis applications and are always happy to offer free applications advice.

Exeter Analytical holds full ISO 9001 and ISO 17025 accreditation and can provide analytical service work that is GMP compliant.


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