Electrochemistry Evolves - Xylem’s SI Analytics latest Titroline® Series, innovative expertise that traces back to the birthplace of electrochemistry
Jul 24 2013 Read 1123 Times
Xylem is focused on helping our customers solve their most challenging water issues. Treating it to make it potable, transporting it to where it is needed, using it in the most efficient manner, analysing its quality and cleaning it after its many uses.
For over a century, Xylem’s well known global brands have served the laboratory instrumentation market. By applying our deep application expertise drawn from decades of product innovation, Xylem’s understanding of the customer need is second to none. By working in true partnership with our customers and end users, we listen, learn and adapt to local environments, delivering solutions with more impact than ever before.
Located in Mainz, Germany; Xylem’s SI Analytics’ heritage can be traced back through its former Schott-Geräte™ name to the invention of glass electrodes in 1937 when Schott™ laid the foundation for the success of electrochemical measurement. Since then, SI Analytics has continued to play a key role in ensuring that electrochemical analysis has become a reliable and indispensable process the world over; constantly evolving and leading by innovation.
Today, SI Analytics’ newly developed titrator series comprising of the TitroLine® 6000, TitroLine 7000® and TITRONIC® 500 combines high accuracy measurement with flexibility in a robust and user friendly platform that makes for fast and simple day-to-day analysis.
Furthermore, the introduction of new models TitroLine® 7500 KF and TitroLine® 7500 KF trace for the coulometric water analysis in accordance with Karl Fischer methodology as well as the multi-purpose titrator TitroLine® 7750 expands the measurement scope into the water analysis sector, making SI Analytics’ Titroline® series the choice for today’s electrochemistry specialists.
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