HACH at Sustain 2007

August 2007 News

HACH will be exhibiting at Sustain 2007 with its South African distributors PREI Instrumentation, Improchem and Anatech Instruments.

An international leader in water quality instrumentation and test kits, HACH will be showcasing a range of innovative products for the monitoring of drinking water, wastewater, groundwater and industrial process water.

On display will be the company's latest laboratory products including the DR2800 spectrophotometer with new TNT Plus bar-coded test kits that work together to enable keyless automated measurement. HACH offer a wide range of kits from A to Z (Aluminium to Zinc) to suit users' budgets. The new HQd series of meters introduce the convenience of 'plug-and-play' technology to handheld devices with digital sensors for pH, conductivity and luminescence dissolved oxygen (LDO). Sensors can be calibrated in the laboratory and simply plugged in to use. Calibration data are stored in the sensor and can be switched between multiple instruments. An interactive display of HACH process instruments will be a highlight.

For more information visit stands C19-20, contact Phil Edwards, +61 (0)409 722 759,, or Steve Herbst, PREI Instrumentation, +27 (0)11 448 2172,,


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