04Jun

NEW Microwave digestion system from Milestone – ETHOS LEAN

The ETHOS LEAN has been specifically designed to provide high-quality closed-vessel acid digestion for laboratories with lower throughput requirements. The compact and...

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Elemental analysis in the food industry

Demand for trace metals analysis in the food industry is continually growing due to stricter food regulations. ICP has been...

04 Jun

Analytix to exhibit at GGRIP 2020 POSTPONED

GGRIP 2020: Geochemistry Group Research in Progress meeting Analytix will be exhibiting at the rescheduled 2020 Geochemistry Group Research in Progress...

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06 May

Seminar – sample preparation considerations for elemental analysis POSTPONED

Analytix will be rescheduling a one day seminar in conjunction with The Royal Society of Chemistry on sample preparation considerations for elemental...

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05 May

Seminar – modern analytical pyrolysis approaches for the modern analytical laboratory POSTPONED

Analytix will be rescheduling a one day seminar in conjunction with The Royal Society of Chemistry on Modern analytical pyrolysis approaches to...

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29 Jun

Analytix to exhibit at BNAAS 2020 POSTPONED

BNASS 2020: The 19th Biennial National Atomic Spectroscopy Symposium Analytix will be exhibiting at the rescheduled BNASS at Royal Northern College...

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28Jan

Analytix launch new Micro GC gas analyser from Agilent Technologies

The Agilent 990 Micro gas analyser is a rugged, compact, laboratory quality gas chromatograph that is designed to provide maximum...

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23Jan

Analytix launch new digestion rotor from Milestone

The MAXI-24HP is a High Performance (HP) and high throughput rotor with a capacity up to 24 PTFE-TFM vessels with...

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Toy testing – high throughput sample preparation

Children’s toys and jewellery products sold in the EU are legislated to meet requirements stated in CPSC, ASTM and EN...

Measurement of mercury in soils

As more emphasis is placed on the monitoring of mercury emissions, both private and public institutions are looking at characterising...