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SEAL Analytical Unveils Latest Technology at Pittcon

Published: Monday, March 04, 2013
Last Updated: Monday, March 04, 2013
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SEAL to launch a new version of the AA1 dual channel, automatic SFA at Pittcon 2013.

The SEAL Analytical booth (No. 2415) at Pittcon 2013 will feature the company’s latest innovations in Discrete and Segmented Flow automated colorimetric analyzers.

The QuAAtro is the latest generation of the original world-class Technicon™ Segmented Flow Analysis (SFA) systems and the new QuAAtro 39 high performance microflow analyzer will be of particular interest to visitors.

More flexible than its predecessors and offering up to 33% more capacity, the QuAAtro 39 enables the operation of a greater number of simultaneous analyses and improves laboratory efficiency. Importantly, this new instrument also further lowers the detection limits of the QuAAtro platform.

SEAL will also launch a new version of the AA1 dual channel, automatic SFA at Pittcon 2013. This latest model features a larger pump and integrated distillation modules for online analysis of Phenol, Cyanide and Ammonia.

The latest versions of leading instruments such as the SEAL Analytical AQ1 and AQ2 Discrete Analyzers, and the AA3 SFA will also be on display, in addition to a programmable block digestion system.


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