Laboratory Technologies

Laboratory Technologies

Our Lab Technologies division specialises in automated chemical analysers fully compatible with USEPA, AOAC and ISO standard methods. Used world-wide in laboratories involved in drinking water analysis, wastewater analysis, soil analysis, plant extract analysis, fertilizer analysis and seawater analysis. Proudly, we promise a speedy reply to your enquiry, the highest level of pre-sale consultation, and factory trained engineers on staff for service and support anywhere in Australia and New Zealand.

Contact us on 02 4735 5054 (or 00 61 2 4735 5054 from NZ) or

 
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2018 Autumn Newsletter for Users of SEAL Automated Lab Analysers

2018 Autumn Newsletter for Users of SEAL Automated Lab AnalysersDistributed March 2018

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Australian Institute of Marine Science

Australian Institute of Marine Science40 Years Monitoring the Great Barrier Reef.

Since 1972, the Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS), a Commonwealth statutory authority, has monitored the water quality and the health of the Great Barrier Reef. Their 40 years of data and environmental intelligence quantifies the changes in the reef over time and also helps in the contextual understanding of the natural and human pressures the reef is experiencing today. Research conducted at AIMS is crucial to monitoring the reef as well as informing government policy

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2017 Spring Newsletter for Users of SEAL Automated Lab Analysers

2017 Spring Newsletter for Users of SEAL Automated Lab AnalysersDistributed September 2017

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Large Scale Hexavalent Chromium Testing Now a Possibility in PNG

Large Scale Hexavalent Chromium Testing Now a Possibility in PNGAfter a great deal of research and a couple of false starts with unresponsive suppliers, Tata Telawika, the Unitech Laboratory’s Scientific Officer and Laboratory Manager took delivery of the latest SEAL Analytical AQ2 Discrete Analyser in October 2012

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AutoAnalyser 3- the First Choice in Seawater Analysis

AutoAnalyser 3- the First Choice in Seawater AnalysisEvery month Researchers from University of Hawaii, School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology (SOEST) venture to the deep-water station ALOHA with their AutoAnalyser 3.
The Researchers journey to ALOHA (A Long-Term Oligotrophic Habitat Assessment; 22o 45’N, 158o 00’W) located 100km north of Oahu, Hawaii to observe the hydrography, chemistry and biology of the water column. Like many others in the Seawater community they trust their analysis to their on-board SEAL AutoAnalyser 3 (AA3).

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