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Don’t settle for just any Mercury Analyser - go with the experts in Mercury Analysis

Sep 29 2015 Read 1328 Times

When the concentration of mercury needs to be measured, laboratories all over the world turn to Teledyne Leeman Labs for high performance solutions to their mercury analysis challenges.

To help you select the right mercury analyser for your application download the Mercury-at-a-Glance Comparison Guide and find out which mercury analyser is the perfect fit for your laboratory needs.

Teledyne Leeman Labs family of Mercury Analysers are fully automated instruments that address the analysis of solids, semi-solids and liquids. They are equipped to assist today's laboratory technician, chemist or lab manager in meeting the myriad of challenges that face today's modern laboratory. Our high-performance fully automated analysers are the number one choice for laboratories searching for a mercury analyser with a proven track record. We stand behind our mercury analysers with a no-hassle support team ready to serve you.

Our mercury analysers are easily maintained with readily accessible consumable and operator-friendly serviceable items and commonly serviced parts. The commonality of consumable items and serviced parts ensures that parts will be available for years to come. Our mercury analysers are backed by a one-year warranty. An extended warranty service is also available with options of depot repair or on-site service provided by our field service network to minimise down time.

Hydra IIAA Mercury Analyser
Hydra IIAA Cold Vapor Atomic Absorption (CVAA) Mercury Analyser delivers both the performance needed to meet tightening regulatory demands and the productivity needed for laboratories to operate efficiently. Its ≤5.0 ng/L detection limits, exceptional stability and unique over-range protection easily satisfy the most stringent QCs. Its high capacity autosampler with extra large CCV/CCB containers permits long periods of unattended operation.

QuickTrace® M-7600 Mercury Analyser
The QuickTrace® M-7600 Cold Vapor Atomic Absorption (CVAA) Mercury Analyser easily achieves the ultra-trace mercury detection limit of < 0.5 ng/L demanded by customers employing performance based EPA method 245.7. The M-7600 is designed for routine and research use in a variety of settings, including environmental laboratories, industry, and research institutes, for virtually any aqueous sample.

QuickTrace® M-8000 Mercury Analyser
The QuickTrace® M-8000 Cold Vapor Atomic Fluorescence (CVAF) Mercury Analyser is ideal for ultra-trace to sub-mg/L mercury quantitation. It easily achieves the ultra-trace mercury detection limit of < 0.05 ng/L demanded by customers employing EPA method 1631. The QuickTrace® M-8000 is also versatile enough to analyse samples > 400 µg/L in a research or industrial setting without dilution.

Hydra IIC Mercury Analyser
Tired of time-consuming sample digestions? The Hydra IICMercury Analyser eliminates the complicated chemistry and hazardous waste associated with conventional mercury techniques. The Hydra IIC is ideal for analysis of solid to semi-solid samples in a myriad of settings.

To request additional information on Teledyne Leeman Labs Mercury Analysers please click here.

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