Water Quality Test Kits can be customized by user.

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Using Model V-2000 Multi-Analyte Photometer and choice of over 40 analytes, users can customize and build portable water analysis laboratory. Instrument is pre-programmed to read test results from self-filling reagent ampoules. Data storage and download capabilities make photometer and analytes suitable for field or lab. There are no powders to mix or contact with chemicals, and most reagents have unlimited shelf-life.



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New From CHEMetrics - Customized Water Quality Test Kits



Customize & Build Your Own Water Analysis Portable Laboratory

Now you can custom build your own lab or field water quality testing system using the new CHEMetrics V-2000 Multi-Analyte Photometer and a choice of over 40 analytes. The instrument is lightweight and portable as well as pre-programmed to read test results from our patented, self-filling reagent ampoules. Data storage and download capabilities make this photometer, and our wide range of testing analytes perfect for field or lab.

Water quality testing is now at your fingertips with results that are guaranteed to be accurate fast and safe. As always, there are no powders to mix or contact with chemicals and most reagents have an unlimited shelf-life. It's so simple and each kit is complete with everything needed for 30 tests. Visit our web site at www.chemetrics.com for more information on our analytes and their ranges. Contact our technical service team at technical@chemetrics.com for advice on how to choose application specific tests or how to customize a kit for your specific water testing needs.

CHEMetrics manufactures portable test kits for quantitatively measuring more than 50 essential analytes, either by visual color comparison or with an instrumental finish. For over 30 years, CHEMetrics has been committed to providing products that are simple-to-use, accurate timesaving and cost effective.

Visit www.chemetrics.com to view our catalog and for the latest product news and information.

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