FIA Agricultural Assays

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The FIAlyzer-1000 analyzes a wide variety of samples including soil, plant tissue and manure. Agricultural assays, including nutrient testing of KCl, Bray, Olsen, and Mehlich extracts, are routinely automated using the FIAlyzer-1000. Advantages include high throughput and cost efficiency.

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FIA Environmental Assays

Environmental assays often require more precision than agricultural assays. This isn't a problem with our FIA systems. Our methods can analyze everything from ammonia to cyanide to the parts per billion. Using a FIA system as opposed to other instruments, like an IC, can greatly increase your throughput without sacrificing accuracy. Check the linked pdf to see all the reasons why you should use FIA for your environmental assays.  

 

 

SIA for Pharma Assays

On-line Process Monitoring

Etched Process Anlayzer

 

Liquid handling procedures are easy to monitor on-line and in any process control environment with FIAlab’s Process Analyzer. This instrument can automate basic procedures like dilution, solid phase extraction, heating, gas diffusions, and dialysis. This instrument uses these base operations to pre-treat samples for measurements on any analytical device. The most common examples include spectrometers, amperometric detectors, and UPLCs. Past applications include nutrient monitoring, protein characterization, and contaminant monitoring


 Sensor Testing

FIAlab 3500.2

 

The OmniSIA instrument is the ideal device for testing biosensors. Its design offers remarkable flexibility to perform virtually any measurement typically used in sensor development. Its fully flexible components make it a principle tool in any laboratory. 

 

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FIA & SIA Universities/Research & Development

ProSIA sequential injection analyzers are commonly used as research workhorses in the field of analytical chemistry. Analyzers have been used for development of new techniques for sample pre-treatment protocols, analytical measurements, sensor testing, environmental research, and oceanography. The analyzer's hardware and software flexibility make it the perfect system on which to run multiple research projects.