The Spectroquant® system consists an extensive range of high-quality test kits, reliable instruments, customized applications, and end-to-end analytical quality assurance (AQA) for secure photometric analysis.
The crucial components of a photometric analysis are a test kit to perform a chemical reaction in a cuvette and a photometer to read the result. We furthermore provide guided AQA and ready-to-use standard solutions to ensure appropriate quality. Beyond other accessories, we also provide connectivity software to export your measuring results seamlessly.
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Spectroquant® instruments provide simplicity, security, and durability in water, food, and environmental testing.
Our ready-to-use Spectroquant® Test Kits are optimized for photometric analysis of a broad range of parameters. They enable accurate and reliable results by providing all needed reagents, instructions and a barcode system for automated method selection with Spectroquant® photometers. The Live ID for Spectroquant® Prove provides information about shelf life and batch number to improve your QA.
The Spectroquant® Cell test kits provide reagents in 16 mm cuvettes for single use, whereas Spectroquant® Reagent test kits provide pure chemicals to be used with your cuvettes of any format as an economic alternative. Several Spectroquant® Test kits are US EPA accepted or US EPA equivilant or aligned to ISO standard methods, ensuring reliable and reproducible results.
Our comprehensive portfolio offers also ready-to-use reference standard solutions, ideal for quality control of photometric methods and the Spectroquant® Test Kits.
These are provided mostly in concentration ranges that allow direct use without further dilution to save time and avoid dilution errors. These photometric standard solutions are traceable to standard reference materials (SRM) from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) or to United States Pharmacopeia (USP).