Koostööpartnerid | A Hach Company Brand – Radiometer Analytical
Hach’s broad line of instrumentation and chemistries have been carefully crafted for more than 80 years to make water analysis better – faster, simpler, greener and more informative – so you get it right the first time, every time. Our experts understand your applications and we’re committed to helping you discover optimal solutions for your specific needs.
Since our founding in 1933, we’ve led the industry in developing innovative solutions to help you manage your water more efficiently and accurately. Today, Hach products can be found across the entire globe and serve industries ranging from municipal drinking and wastewater to food, beverage and power, and every other category that touches water. As a wholly owned subsidiary of Danaher Corporation (NYSE: DHR), Hach is equipped with the support and resources to provide you with the breakthrough products and expert guidance you’ve come to expect.
Radiometer Analytical SAS, located in Lyon, France, develops, manufactures and distributes an extensive range of electrochemical systems dedicated to routine analysis, advanced research, and systems monitoring in the laboratory and in the plant. Offering instruments, software, sensors, and calibration standards, Radiometer Analytical provides complete measurement systems that are easy to use and maintain.
A large selection of Radiometer Analytical instruments and reagents is available for purchase in the USA through www.hach.com. Their products meet a wide range of needs in a variety of industries.
MeterLab meters and probes provide easy measurement of pH, conductivity, and ion- selective- electrode parameters.
TitraLab instruments offer an unprecedented level of ease and accuracy in amperometric analysis.
VoltaLab instruments comprise a family of potentiostats and current/ voltage booster, with dc and ac electrochemical analysis applications in corrosion, pitting tests, battery testing, fuel cells, electroplating, electrocatalysis, nano materials, coatings and sensor development.