Anatech awards Lab Africa prize

Anatech Instruments was again pleased to be part of the 2013 Lab Africa Exhibition.  We would like to thank all our existing customers, and the new faces we met, for taking the time to visit our stand and we hope the information gleamed was useful.  Anatech enjoyed the space of a double stand this year […]

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Rheology Sales Specialist for Anton Paar Southern Africa

Anton Paar Southern Africa recenlty added  Jocelyne Browne to their Johannesburg head office sales team.  Jocelyne comes onboard as their Rheology Sales Specialist. She attended the University of Pretoria  where she gained her Honors in Applied Chemistry and specialised in polymers.  Jocelyne’s previous hands on experience and managerial role in the lab is sure to […]

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Total Laboratory Technology

TLT has been servicing Laboratories and water treatment plants in the East London and surrounding areas for the past 16, going on 17 years.  TLT supplies a wide range of equipment from standard Laboratory equipment and consumables to the well know water quality test equipment and consumables from HACH   We have assisted the Amathole […]

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Shimadzu extended warranty commitment

Shimadzu South Africa is proud to offer together with most of its analytical range of system a new 2 and 4 year extended Warranty for only 1% of the purchase price of the system. This extends the normal Shimadzu factory Warranty of 1 year “normally offered as with any other supplier of analytical systems” to […]

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SANAS works with government to re-industrialise South Africa

Seeks greater conformity assessment in Africa to help boost trade The South African National Accreditation System (SANAS), says there is need for skills development in light of the increased need for specialised conformity assessment to help South Africa re-industrialise.   “Attaining South Africa’s desire to boost the economy and add jobs through manufacturing and exports […]

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Safety first for Vesuvius R and D furnaces

Simulating conditions for material specifications in refractory samples is vital at the Vesuvius Olifantsfontein fully-fledged R&D laboratory in Gauteng.  This lab is in the process of replacing some high temperature furnaces that have reached the end of their useful lifespan with state-of-the art technology from Carbolite.  Vesuvius is a world leader in the design, engineering, […]

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All new digital magnifier for portable inspection

Measure where you want and when you want.   CamZ from Vision Engineering is for portable magnification inspection and documentation.  Suitable for production environments, and ideal for inspection of immobile objects,  it provides up to 14x magnification, stores up to 100 images, and has grids and cursors for X and Y dimensioning.   CamZ is […]

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Perkin Elmer establishes new direct operations in Southern Africa to expand its presence & business in the fast developing region

PerkinElmer, Inc., a global leader focused on improving the health and safety of people and the environment, announced today that it has opened direct operations in Midrand, South Africa. The new PerkinElmer Southern African headquarters will support the Company’s business across all Southern African countries in the following key markets: academia, mining and mineral testing, […]

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Analytical Solutions proud to be the new agents for Schott Instruments

SCHOTT Instruments GmbH recently appointed Analytical Solutions to represent their products in Southern Africa. Schott Instruments, now known as SI Analytics, manufactures electrodes and electrochemical measuring instruments. It offers pH meters, titrators, Karl Fischer apparatus, conductivity meters, portable meters for on-site applications, spectrophotometers, electrodes and viscosity measurement systems. They have also developed a range of […]

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Improved water supply through mobile technology

Rural communities across Africa may soon benefit from improved water supplies thanks to mobile phone technology.

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