Nearly 80 years ago, the development of the glass electrode at the former Jenaer Glaswerk SCHOTT & Gen. revolutionized chemical measuring. By using new conductive glass types it was now possible to display pH values via conventional needle galvanometers.
The further company history too was ... more
HiperScan is specialized in near-infrared (NIR) analysis systems and was founded as a spin-off of the Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems. The core technology is the cost-effective micro-scanning-mirrors, so called MEMS, which are based on the scanning-grating-technology. They ar ... more
Backed by an outstanding team of 7,700 employees and located in over 150 countries across the world, PerkinElmer is a global technology leader focused on making a difference to improve human and environmental health.
Every day, we provide our customers with critical knowledge, expertise an ... more
ELEMENTAR develops, produces and markets CHNS/O analyzers (micro and macro sample size), nitrogen/protein analyzers for food and feed analysis. TOC/TNb analyzers for water quality control, environmental and pharmaceutical applications, trace analyzers for sulfur and nitrogen down to the ppb ... more
Founded in 1982, Bentley Instruments, Inc. specializes in the development, manufacturing and worldwide distribution of analytical instruments for milk and milk products. Since the beginning, we have focused on developing solutions that set the standard for reliability, precision and ease of ... more
With around 420 employees, more than EUR 60 million in annual turnover and eleven foreign subsidiaries, LAUDA is the global leader in the manufacture of innovative constant temperature equipment and systems for science, application technology and production, as well as for high- quality mea ... more
FRITSCH is one of the internationally leading manufacturers of application-oriented laboratory instruments for sample preparation and particle sizing.
Here a short view of the FRITSCH instrument ranges:
- Mills for crushing, micro-milling, mixing, homogenising of hard-brittle, fibrous, e ... more