WWEM exhibitor doubles production capacity to cater for demand for new discreet analyser
Sep 21 2018
Earlier this year Skalar launched its new automated technology, the BluVision Discrete Analyser. As a result, the production space at the Skalar HQ in Breda, the Netherlands, is being expanded to accommodate this exciting new product line.
The BluVision discrete analyser focuses on flexible colorimetric analysis for environmental and industrial applications. Typical applications for BluVision include: drinking water, wastewater, ground water and surface water analysis. The BluVision’s unique design delivers low ppb detection limits, high accuracy, large sample and test capability and ‘walk away’ operation.
The BluVision comes preloaded with a suite of chemistry methods, for example ammonia, nitrate and nitrite, nitrite, phosphate, alkalinity, chloride and silicate. With pre-programmed methods the analyser delivers easy operation with high levels of automation and flexibility. The analyser automates sample and reagent pipetting, mixing, heating and photometric measurement. The BluVision is capable of creating calibration standards from stock and performing pre and post sample dilutions for over range samples.
The BluVision Discrete Analyser will be exhibited at the 2018 WWEM Show, Skalar stand 34 & 35.
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