SEAL Analyzers and Sample Preparation Systems
The QuAAtro39 high performance microflow chemistry analyzer is ideal for the detection of ultra-low nutrients in water, wastewater, seawater, soil, plant extracts, tobacco and wine, utilizing USEPA, ISO and ASTM standard methods.
The compact dual channel AA100 AutoAnalyzer is the ideal chemical analyzer for laboratories running only 1 or 2 dedicated chemistries. Like the bigger AA500 AutoAnalyzer it is designed specifically for environmental and industrial testing laboratories, utilizing USEPA, ISO and ASTM standard methods.
The SEAL AQ400 Discrete Analyzer is a bench-top analyzer designed by chemists to address the needs of environmental laboratories requiring high levels of automation, a wide range of chemistries and limits of detection that ensure compliance with regulatory requirements.
The SmartBlock ll is a graphite heating block that can simultaneously digest up to 60 samples. Faster, simpler and safer than digestions carried out using traditional laboratory equipment, the robust construction, small footprint and economical pricing makes it ideal for small laboratories or those with limited space looking for simpler and safer Metals digestions.
The AQ300 Discrete Analyzer brings all the same benefits as the AQ400 Discrete Analyzer, but with a smaller footprint and lower sample throughput, Making it ideal for laboratories with less space or smaller workload all while utilizing USEPA, ISO and ASTM standard methods.
The SEAL Analytical Digestion Block is a Kjeldahl digestion system that automates acid digestions of up to 50 laboratory samples simultaneously. It is ideal for Total Nitrogen (TKN) and Phosphorous (TP) digestion.
Automating BOD. Cost effective solution for automating Biological Oxygen Demand
The DEENA II is an automated metals and mercury digestion system that fully automates the digestion process, including dispensing reagents, heating and cooling. DEENA II has the necessary functionality to automate your standard sample digestion process without modification.
The AA500 is the AutoAnalyzer you’ve been waiting for- total automation, ultralow detection, multitest chemistries, high throughput
SEAL Analytical has acquired ROHASYS BV, a Dutch manufacturer of laboratory products for automating and robotising sample (pre) treatment. “This new partnership creates exciting opportunities for both companies,” says SEAL President Stuart Smith.
Scientists working on the Hawaii Ocean Time-series (HOT) program have been making repea-ted observations of the hydrography, chemistry and biology of the water column at a station north of Oahu, Hawaii since October 1988..
When we heard about the Marine Mammal Center’s Adopt-a-Seal® of the Month Club we couldn’t wait to join up! This month we have "adopted" Bogey who was orphaned when he was only a few days old.
Experience, resourcefulness and extra effort are the keys to success for this lab, situated in North Queensland, Australia. The laboratory started 35 years ago as a council laboratory monitoring the city's potable and wastewater systems.
Come and meet us in person. It's one of the best ways to see why our Analyzers lead the world in environmental analysis, and (just as importantly) you can meet the Chemists who will be supporting you when you install a SEAL Analyzer.
The UK’s National Oceanography Centre’s (NOC) ocean-going lab is the real test of a nutrient analyzer. The NOC undertakes integrated ocean research and technology development from the coast to the deep ocean and has a heavy requirement for seawater analysis in their facilities and on board research vessels. Under these conditions, high levels of precision and reliability can be a challenge for most laboratory equipment, so NOC has invested in SEAL Analytical segmented flow analyzers (SFAs) - the AA3 and the QuAAtro.