Chromatography

Eco IC – The very best of ion chromatography available for everybody

Jan 30 2017 Comments 0

'Everybody should be able to benefit from the power of ion chromatography’ is the idea of the Metrohm Eco IC. Focusing on the essentials, this new instrument provides the very best of ion chromatography at a very affordable price.

Stripped from the ‘bells and whistles’ of sophisticated high-end instrumentation, the Eco IC enables straightforward and robust analysis of anions, cations, and polar substances. The Eco IC is the preferred solution for users who:

  • do routine water analysis and need a dedicated solution
  • teach ion chromatography in higher education and depend on a simple and robust instrument
  • prefer an entry-level instrument at an affordable price, which they can upgrade any time to automate their analyses

Hence, the Eco IC makes these users happy with features that matter most to them:

  • Intuitive, convenient software (MagIC Net) to control their instrument
  • Smart system monitoring to safeguard robust operation and reproducible results
  • Readily available system automation for up to 36 samples
  • Exceptional Swiss quality backed by unique warrantiesProficient on-site service and support by a global team, who speak their native tongue.
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