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SI Analytics GmbH

Hattenbergstraße 10
55122 Mainz
Germany
Tel.
+49(0)6131 / 4884667
Fax
06131-665001

www.si-analytics.com

Company Portrait

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 marked by milestones of glass manufacturing, e.g. the development of capillary viscometers and titration burettes in the early 40’s. Since 2011 the know-how in glass manufacturing, measuring technology and electronics has been bundled within the SI Analytics GmbH which is now a part of the international Xylem Inc. / Rye Brook, NY, USA .

Focus: Manufacturer

Products and Services

  • Cannon-Fenske viscometers
  • conductivity
  • conductivity cells
  • flow-through coolers
  • glas capillary viscometers
  • Karl Fischer titrators
  • laboratory electrodes
  • Ostwald viscometers
  • pH combination electrodes
  • pH electrodes
  • platinum electrodes
  • portable meters
  • potassium electrodes
  • process electrodes
  • ProLab
  • redox electrodes
  • reference electrodes
  • sample changers
  • single beam photometers
  • transparent thermostats
  • Ubbelohde viscometers

Industrial Sectors

  • Analytical Chemistry
  • Measurement and Control Technology
  • Laboratory Equipment
  • Fuel Chemistry
  • Polymers, Plastics, Chemical Fibres

Certifications

  • ISO 18001
  • Ökoprofit

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More about SI Analytics
  • News

    SCHOTT Instruments has changed its name to SI Analytics

    SI Analytics products will continue to be developed and manufactured with the same high quality and innovation from the existing manufacturing site in Mainz. SI Analytics is busy developing the next generation of new products, to best serve its customers in the chemical, pharmaceutical, foo ... more

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