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Everything You Want (and Need) to Know About Nitrate Ion Selective Electrodes

There are different sensor designs for different types of ISEs. The ion you want to test for will determine the technology & design choice that's right for you.

Testing for Surfactants and Quats with Titration

Surface-active agents, or surfactants, have many essential uses in our everyday lives. They’re found in everything from our laundry detergent to motor oil.

How the Right Plating Devices and Services Can Help You Meet Regulatory Requirements and Certification

When going through a certification process, audit, or acquiring new customers having the right tools will help you meet or exceed almost any requirement.

The Top 7 Things We Heard at Pittcon 2017

Many people had similar questions about certain products. These are the seven most common products that we were asked about this year.

Which Kind of Automatic Titrator is Best for You?

Automatic titration provides consistent results in a simple and efficient way. There are many types of automatic titrators. Which one is the best fit for you?

8 Tips on Preparing Your Wine Lab for Testing

By following these eight steps, you can be sure your wine lab is always ready to handle all your testing needs including pH, SO2, ORP, TA, and refractometry.

Using Automatic Titration to Monitor Hypophosphite in Plating Baths

Accurately monitor hypophosphite for improved nickel plating bath health. Automatic titration takes the guesswork out of determining the endpoint of titration.

Increasing the Reliability of Your Nickel Bath Titrations Through Automation

Using an automatic titrator to analyze plating bath samples delivers precise endpoint detection every time and reduces time spent running samples.

Upgrade Your Water Quality Meter

Professional quality meters, process controllers, and electrodes for testing drinking water and wastewater.

Top 9 Water Analysis Meters, Titrators, and Checkers

Top 9 instruments for testing pH, ORP, conductivity (EC), dissolved oxygen (DO), turbidity, ammonium, chloride, nitrate, and temperature in water.

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