The compact new Multiwave GO routine digestion system represents a masterstroke of Anton Paar's engineering, offering outstanding ease-of-use and efficient reaction control.


Anton Paar GmbH purchased the Swiss instrument company CSM Instruments SA. CSM Instruments has been a leader in the development of instruments for surface mechanical properties characterization for over 30 years in both research and industrial fields.


To show the sucsessful integration of PetroTest into the Anton Paar Group, PetroTest has changed the company name to Anton Paar ProveTech.


The new oxygen meter OxyQC from Anton Paar quickly measures dissolved O2 in beverages such as beer, wine, juices and soft drinks. It measures directly from process lines, tanks, kegs and casks or as a stand-alone instrument in the laboratory.


The Multiwave 3000 sample preparation system is no longer available. After 10 successful years on the market, Multiwave 3000 has now been replaced by the new Multiwave PRO reaction system.


Anton Paar has created qualification and validation package for its instruments which is specially created for the pharmaceutical industry.


Anton Paar has been working in the field of microwave technology for more than three decades. Building on this longstanding experience, Anton Paar launches two new microwave reaction systems for sample preparation: Multiwave PRO and Multiwave ECO.


Anton Paar Canada is happy to announce we have relocated our office to better service our customers.


The new modular microviscometer from Anton Paar provides highly accurate viscosity requiring only minimal sample volume. Results allow deep insights into the viscosity of liquids, providing accuracy up to 0.5 % and repeatability up to 0.1 %.


Whatever your rheological requirements are and will be in the future - MCR rheometers are always efficiently and confortably adapted to meet your needs.


Anton Paar launches a new range of Abbemat refractometers which embody four decades of technical know-how.


The all-new Masterwave BTR benchtop reactor for the first time transfers microwave synthesis to the kilolab. A revolutionary technique allows for efficient microwave heating of a 1L vessel.