The company, which creates water technologies for the production of fresh water and monitoring of water quality, said the new range gives immediate results, and that by removing the need for pre-treatment or dilution of samples, there are no hazardous waste disposal limitations on the tests.
The QuickChek Reader is capable of performing qualitative and quantitative assays and is capable of analysis in seconds, storing up to 10,000 exportable results on the device. The device also removes operator subjectivity, allowing more accurate results, with lower detection levels, said the company.
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