If you're planning to travel to the ANALYTICA in Munich, then maybe you'll try Munich's famous genuine "Weißwurst" (white sausage). Bringing us to our subject - the food chain. The sausage consists of veal, pork and bacon. The animals are fed with plants, the fields fertilized. If heavy metals are added here, they end up - diluted but still potentially harmful - on our plates.
Before that bite gets stuck in your throat though, relax: Soil and fertilizer have been tested. Sewage sludge must also be tested before it's released for use. And with the SPECTROBLUE ICP-OES from Spectro Inc, we have the ideal instrument for this testing.
The SPECTROBLUE celebrated its debut last year at the JAIMA in Japan. In Europe, we will present the instrument for the first time at the ANALYTICA 2012. Our promise to environmental laboratories and other users: In the compact middle class group of spectrometers, the SPECTROBLUE sets new standards for operability, speed, accuracy, maintenance - and instrument price.
Because sewage sludge analysis is so important for environmental laboratories, we chose this subject for an application report for the SPECTROBLUE. In it you'll discover:
- Which elements are covered by the SPECTROBLUE and which detection limits it achieves.
- How quickly the SPECTROBLUE can deliver accurate results.
- How the SPECTROBLUE can help you save costs in the laboratory.
- And, as a side note, we let you know how we can offer this top instrument for such an attractive price.