New Titration Analyzer Systems from Metrohm Simplify Laboratory Testing

Metrohm USA is pleased to announce the release of new Metrohm Titration Analyzer Systems. These new potentiometric titration configurations bring an increased level of simplification for single-analyte testing by customizing the instrument to the individual needs of the laboratory.

Through a straightforward, consultative process the proper electrode, user-interface and titration conditions for the analysis method are determined. Once these critical parameters are decided, a unique analyzer configuration is established for the method. To best match the ergonomics of the laboratory, systems can be controlled from either tiamo computer software or from a color, touchscreen interface.

The new product line includes the release of a single-row Metrohm 855 Titration Analyzer System that features an integrated autosampler. Occupying less than two linear feet of bench space, this analyzer drives a productivity gain for those who have a low sample count or analyzing a high volume samples. Multi-row configurations of the 855 are also available for higher sample counts or lower analysis volumes.

“Titration is powerful, but it doesn’t have to be complicated,” says Edward Colihan, President and CEO of Metrohm USA. “We see a strong trend toward the use of dedicated analyzers in the lab. These new packages simplify routine analysis allowing us to address individual applications, therefore streamlining the workflow in the lab.”

About Metrohm

Metrohm offers a complete line of analytical laboratory and process systems for titration, ion chromatography, electrochemistry and spectroscopy. From routine moisture analysis to sophisticated quantification, we are ready to help you develop your method and configure the optimum system. Move your analysis from the lab to the production line with our custom process analyzers. At Metrohm we provide systems that find solutions.

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