Applications

pdfFIA Agricultural Assays

FIA-2500

 

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. The many advantages include high throughput and cost efficiency.

FIAlyzer-1000 1-channel system

 

 

 

pdfFIA Environmental Assays

FIAlab-2600

 The FIAlyzer-2000 series multi-channel flow injection systems are ideally suited for analysis of a wide variety of nutrients and toxic substances in runoff, drinking and wastewater. FIAlyzer-4000 is a four channel system that analyzes 4 parametedrs simultaneously. The systems are ideally suited for fresh/waste water analysis, covering high/medium as well as very low ranges of analyte concentrations. With a typical sampling rate of 2 injections/ minute, a single FIAlab system coupled to an automated sample changer can routinely analyze several hundred samples each day.

FIAlyzer-2000 2-channel system

 

 

pdfOn-line Process Monitoring

  FIAlab-4000 2

 

FIAlab analyzers are perfectly suited for on-line monitoring. The analyzers have been designed to work in an automated unattended fashion. They can perform complex analytical operations reliably and reproducibly.

 

FIAlab Process Analyzer

 

 

 

pdfSensor Testing

FIAlab-3500

 

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

OmniSIA

 

 

pdfFIA & SIA Universities/Research & Development

FIAlab-3200

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

ProSIA

 

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