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Analytical Instruments

Analytical Instruments and Sensors measure critical parameters such as pH/ORP, chlorine, turbidity, fluoride, TDS, salinity, dissolved oxygen and conductivity in a wide variety of applications for reliable monitoring and control. EMI-LDA.com offers a broad portfolio of analytical instruments and sensors to help run laboratories, HACCP, research,...

Analytical Instruments and Sensors measure critical parameters such as pH/ORP, chlorine, turbidity, fluoride, TDS, salinity, dissolved oxygen and conductivity in a wide variety of applications for reliable monitoring and control. EMI-LDA.com offers a broad portfolio of analytical instruments and sensors to help run laboratories, HACCP, research, development and biosciences smoothly, efficiently and safely, allowing users to optimize costs.

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  • Milk Analyser

    Milk analyzer capable of rapid mastitis response. The milk analyzer is a suitable instrument for milk producers.
    The latest innovation in the prevention of mastitis that makes possible the accurate diagnosis of subclinical mastitis.

  • AW

    Water (AW) activity is an increasingly used parameter for quality control in preventing microbial reproduction, oxidation and product reactions, ensuring quality and shelf life of food, pharmaceutical and cosmetic products.

  • Chlorine Meters

    HACCPEMI, LDA offer accurate and cost effective way to measure chlorine. Chlorine Meter provides a quick and easy measurement of free or total chlorine.

  • pH Meters

    HACCPEMI, LDA goal is to make pH testing easy and accessible to everyone. Professional pH instrument for special analyses, particularly in environmental, chemical, food and beverage industries. We can help you find the best device for pH measurements.

  • Conductivity Meters

    Easy-to-use, waterproof and high-quality conductivity meters. Conductivity measurement is an extremely widespread and useful method, especially for quality control purposes.

    Surveillance of feedwater purity, control of drinking water and process water quality, estimation of the total number of ions in a solution or direct measurement of components in process solutions can all be performed using conductivity measurements.

    The high reliability, sensitivity and relatively low cost of conductivity instrumentation makes it a potential primary parameter of any good monitoring program. Some applications are measured in units of resistivity, the inverse of conductivity. Other applications require the measurement of total dissolved solids (TDS), which is related to conductivity by a factor dependent upon the level and type of ions present.

    Conductivity measurements cover a wide range of solution conductivity from pure water at less than 1x10-7 S/cm to values of greater than 1 S/cm for concentrated solutions.

    In general, the measurement of conductivity is a rapid and inexpensive way of determining the ionic strength of a solution. However, it is a nonspecific technique, unable to distinguish between different types of ions, giving instead a reading that is proportional to the combined effect of all the ions present.

  • ORP/REDOX Meter

    ORP, or Redox Potential, is a measurement of water’s ability to oxidize contaminants. The higher the ORP, the greater the number of oxidizing agents.

    Checking ORP is a simple method to monitor the effectiveness of a sanitizer or the quantity of anti-oxidants in a liquid. In generalized terms for humans, a higher ORP is better for outside of the body, while a lower ORP is preferred for consumption due to the high anti-oxidant value.

    There are numerous applications for ORP, each with its own specific optimum value. For example, the minimum ORP for pool & spa disinfection (set by the World Health Organization) is 650 mV. Though the WHO has not set a standard for ORP in drinking water, anything below -550mV is considered too strong and not recommended for drinking.

  • TDS Meters

    A TDS Meter indicates the Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) of a solution, i.e. the concentration of dissolved solid particles.

    Dissolved ionized solids, such as salts and minerals, increase the electrical conductivity (EC) of a solution. Because it is a volume measure of ionized solids, EC can be used to estimate TDS. Dissolved organic solids, such as sugar, and microscopic solid particles, such as colloids, do not significantly affect the conductivity of a solution.

    The most accurate way to measure TDS of water in a laboratory is to evaporate the water leaving behind dissolved solutes as residue and then weighing the residue.

  • Oxygen Meters for...

    Oxygen saturation (symbol SO2) is a relative measure of the amount of oxygen that is dissolved or carried in a given medium. It can be measured with a dissolved oxygen probe such as an oxygen sensor or an optode in liquid media, usually water. The standard unit of oxygen saturation is percent (%).

    Oxygen saturation can be measured regionally and noninvasively. Arterial oxygen saturation (SaO2) is commonly measured using pulse oximetry. Tissue saturation at peripheral scale can be measured using NIRS. This technique can be applied on both muscle and brain.

    Monitoring of the oxygen amount in the air is, extremely important, since it is not always that harmless and too much oxygen in the air may indicate a dangerous situation. The measurement of oxygen is particularly important in the workplace monitoring and process control, medicine, food technology, ventilation and sport. We offer measuring devices and special sensors that can be used in wide applications. 

  • Salinity Meters

    Salt meter range you can measure salt content following the direct method with the help of the optical Salinity meter.

    The salt meter is suitable for measuring salt contents in aqueous solutions or viscous media. We recommend using the salinity to measure sea water or solutions with high salt content. With the indirect method you will obtain the conductivity value which will proportionally increase with the salt content.

    You can choose between a salt meter for flowing or pure water (it is important for certain industries). We offer a salt meter with different conductivity measurement fields. It is important to know that a salt meter usually emits electric conductivity as a measurement value in µS/cm.

  • Measuring KITS

    Kits for measuring conductivity, TDS, salinity, pH, mV, ORP, chlorine, STD and temperature.

  • Fluoride

    The chemical symbol fluorine F is very abundant in the earth's crust, representing about 300 mg/kg3 of its composition. It is the most electronegative chemical element of the periodic table and the most reactive, not being free, but always combined with calcium, sodium, aluminum, as fluoride (F-) and sometimes as part Of the composition of some silicates.

    Fluorides are ubiquitous, present in the soil, forming part of the composition of many minerals, such as fluorite (CaF2), cryolite (Na3Al F6), fluorapatite Ca5(PO4)3 F; In air (particulate form) and dissolved in water.

    Their existence in the environment is due in part to natural sources, including volcanic activity and marine aerosols and anthropogenic or man-made sources resulting from all man's activity, including the manufacture of steel, primary production of aluminum, copper and nickel production, pesticide production, the production and use of phosphate fertilizers, the manufacture of glass, ceramics, glue and adhesives etc.

    Fluoride, which occurs in biological fluids such as fluoride ion F-. In cases of occupational exposure or food and water for human consumption, excessive levels of fluoride in the body may cause health risk. Fluoride is easily determined using the meters available from HACCPEMI.

  • Formaldehyde

    Formaldehyde is a volatile organic compound developed from methanol. Formaldehyde prevents the growth of microorganisms in products for the conservation of the same. At room temperature, formaldehyde is a colorless gas that evaporates easily, is highly flammable and reactive.

  • Turbidity

    Turbidity meters are essential for use in the food industry, especially beverages such as water, wines and beers, as well as in the pharmaceutical industry. The use of a turbidity meter is indispensable in the process of measuring the substances.

    The turbidity meters emit a beam of light on the sample and compare it to a standard. The most used measures are NTU Turbidity Units and FTU, Formazine Turbidity Units.

  • Refractometers

    HACCPEMI offer one of the largest choices of refractometers, all refractometers are made to the highest standard. HACCPEMI's portable refractometers measure refractive index and other related values, such as, Brix, invert sugar, HFCS42 or HFCS55 or the freezing point of ethylene glycol and propylene glycol/water mixtures or other concentrations of a wide variety of liquids.

  • pH Electrodes for...

    HACCPEMI's pH electrodes combine high accuracy and performance with ease of use. High precision and reliability as well as low maintenance make them the natural choice for a wide range of applications.

  • Buffers, Standards and...

    Solutions for Calibration and Maintenance

    The determination of pH, conductivity, ion concentration, redox potential and dissolved oxygen are common analyses in most laboratories. The measurement accuracy highly depends on the quality and operation of the solutions used for sensor calibration and maintenance. HACCPEMI takes pride in a long tradition of sales complete measurement systems, including a comprehensive range of top quality buffers, standards, electrolytes, cleaning and verification solutions. 

  • Microbiology

    HACCPEMI with a wide range of instruments and rapid tests for detection of pathogens.

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