Analytical service lab gets elemental analyser

November 18, 2009

LCGC Europe eNews

LCGC Europe eNews-11-13-2009, Volume 0, Issue 0

Exeter Analytical has announced that it recently installed one of the company?s elemental analysers at contract analytical service laboratory - Butterworth Laboratory, in Teddington, UK.

Exeter Analytical has announced that it recently installed one of the company’s elemental analysers at contract analytical service laboratory — Butterworth Laboratory, in Teddington, UK. The laboratory has used a manual version of the system for some time, but recently upgraded to a new generation with an autosampler. According to Frank Judge, principal analytical chemist at the laboratory, the new analyser “has given us much tighter precision on the third percentage decimal point and the linear regression plus software then takes the instrument to a new level of CHN accuracy and precision we have not experienced before.”

The laboratory is UKAS accredited for CHN determination and claims to draw upon industrial sector knowledge and expertise in classical wet chemistry, spectroscopic, chromatographic and elemental microanalysis techniques to offer routine analysis, stability testing, method development, validation and verification solutions.

For more information about the elemental analyser visit www.exeteranalytical.co.uk

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