Handheld and Benchtop Instrumentation for Laboratory Testing
May 22 2018 Read 186 Times
Xylem is a leading manufacturer of handheld and benchtop instrumentation for use within the laboratory testing, production control and final quality assurance, including those requiring data handling in accordance with FDA regulation 21 CFR Part 11 and in compliance with BP/EP/USP.
Xylem’s major brands include Bellingham + Stanley®, whose expertise in optical engineering, electronics and software design has enabled them to create instruments that are used extensively throughout the world’s food, drinks, pharmaceutical, chemical and petroleum industries - including the new ADP450 with patented XPC temperature control and the RFM series of refractometers.
Often found in the lab right next to a Bellingham + Stanley product is another Xylem brand SI Analytics®. Commonly an SI Analytics TitroLine® 5000 titrator is used to control the total acid of soft drinks, whilst the TitroLine KF 7750 (Karl Fischer) titrator is equally adapted for use in food or pharmaceutical applications.
Meanwhile, WTW®, who offer robust analysis products for the measurement of various parameters in lab, field and on-line applications serving the environmental, water and wastewater, food and beverage, educational, pharmaceutical and clinical industries, have launched a range of wireless multi-channel meters; inoLab®. No cables, full flexibility, space saving, and with absolutely secure data transmission: The new IDS system from WTW is available with universal wireless modules for IDS plug head sensors for pH/ORP, conductivity, dissolved oxygen, and turbidity.
Finally, to ensure proper management of sample or product in storage and transit, Ebro® offers the EBI series loggers for fridge mapping, sterilisation validation and cold-chain monitoring.
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