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  • Description: Compliant Testing Our aquatic toxicity testing services will cover mostdisciplines, including salt and fresh water applications. Closed Bottle Biodegredation studies Product Development Testing NCP approved testing lab Sherry has helped manufacturers prove the environmentalfriendliness

    • Capabilities: Bioanalytical (Assays, etc.), Cleanliness Monitoring / Testing, Environmental Site Assessment (ESA), Field Sampling, Purity / Quality (Air, Water, Material), Report Preparation, Sample Pickup / Report Courier, Stack Emissions / Opacity Testing, Standards Testing / Certification, Toxicity /
    • Media Tested / Detected: Air, Air - Environmental Air, Chemicals, Gases, Hazardous Waste, Herbicides / Pesticides, Heavy Metals (Lead, Chromium, etc.), Microbiological (Mold, Bacterial), PCBs / Dioxins, Polymers / Organics, Powders, Sediment, Soil, Solid Waste, Surfaces, Toxins / Restrictive Substances, Volatiles
    • Test Methods: Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy (AA), Chemical Extraction, Chromatography (GC, HPLC, etc.), Diffraction (X-ray, Electron, etc.), Inductively Coupled Plasma (ICP / LA-ICP), Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR, etc.), Mass Spectroscopy (RGA, etc.), Microscopy / Fiber Examination, Optical Emission Spectroscopy,
    • Test / Certify To: AOAC, ASME, ASTM, EPA, MIL-SPEC, NIOSH, NIST, OEM Specific, Other

  • Description: Graphite components from 0.001 to 1 inches thick (0025 to 2.5 cm), lengths over 42" long (107 cm), and widths up to 15" wide (38 cm). Two additional medium-sized furnaces and small pilot furnaces are immediately available supported by a full-service analytical lab for special production or prototype runs

    • Heat Treating Processes: Annealing
    • Equipment Capability: Furnace, Induction, Protective Atmosphere, Vacuum Heat Treating
    • Services Offered: Development Assistance, Finishing / Coating, Grinding / Machining, Laboratory Testing & Inspection
    • Regional Preference: North America, United States Only, Northeast US Only

  • Description: Tube Graphit Furn Pyrctd 10/pk Coated tube (Cuvette), Graphite, Pyro coated, GBC type, designed to meet or exceed the requirements for various types of atomic absorption spectrometers, providing long life-time for most difficult analysis

  • Description: Squared off lenses for an angular look, the EMISSARY is inspired by the past with an eye toward the future. Balanced spring hinges and adjustable floating nose pads provide full comfort fit; A modern classic. GUNNAR i-AMP™ lens technology is the result of intensive study and research on the

  • Description: Aurora’s revolutionary autosampler eliminates the need to purchase multiple Autosamplers for your Atomic Absorption, Atomic Fluorescence applications and Liquid Handling requirements. Aurora offers an advanced all-in-one XYZ Autosampler for liquid handling, flame, graphite furnace AA

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