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DMA-80 and Tri-cell DMA-80 Direct Mercury Analyzers

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Milestone’s DMA-80 Direct Mercury Analyzer effortlessly analyzes liquid gas and solid samples without sample digestion and wet chemistry pre-treatment steps and any waste disposal.

The DMA-80 is fast: just 5 minutes per sample are required. 40 samples can be automatically processed in less than 4 hours, start to finish.

An intuitive controller uploads sample weights, controls the analysis and processes data with built-in report generation and networking capabilities.

Product DMA-80 and Tri-cell DMA-80 Direct Mercury Analyzers
Company Milestone S.r.l.
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Milestone S.r.l.
Via Fatebenefratelli, 1/5 24010 Sorisole (BG) Italy

Tel: +39 035 573857
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Email: analytical@milestonesrl.com



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