Analytical

If you can’t measure it, you can’t understand it;
If you can’t understand it, you can’t control it;
If you can’t control it, you can’t improve it.” – James Harrington

Research, testing and measurement laboratories are a defining feature across the broadest range of industries – from automotive and power through petrochemicals and pharmaceuticals to environmental protection. In fact, just about everything we eat, drink and use has been analyzed at some point in its lifecycle. Regardless of what they are analyzing or testing, all laboratories have one thing in common. They are aiming for precision and often rely on high-purity process and calibration gas mixtures to achieve this.

Whether you run a dedicated in-house, contract or commercial lab, you are probably under growing pressure not only to stay abreast of the latest analytical methods, but also to manage costs through efficiency gains. The challenge lies in maximizing return on costly capital investments by ensuring the highest levels of precision and accuracy in all measurement and calibration workflows. In other words, you need to get it right first time – every time.

  • Laboratories

    Many techniques used in an analytical or quality control laboratory use gases. It is important to use the right quality that will prevent possible interference with the analysis.

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  • Gas Detection

    The use of gases always represents a certain level of danger which may varies with quantities stocked, nature of the gases, design of the storing room, ventilation, etc.

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