Teledyne Leeman Labs Unifies Mercury Analyzer Family to Include QuickTrace® and Hydra II Systems
QuickTrace® and Hydra II Mercury Analyzers now unified under the name Teledyne Leeman Labs
Lowell, NH – December 12, 2014 - Teledyne Leeman Labs introduces their new line of Mercury Analyzers. This offering combines Teledyne Leeman Labs' well known Hydra II Mercury Analyzers with the QuickTrace® Mercury Analyzers previously produced by Teledyne CETAC Technologies. The two product groups will be unified into one comprehensive mercury product line under the Teledyne Leeman Labs' brand.
"This product line merger was a natural fit," said Jeff Forsberg, Mercury Product Line Manager for Teledyne Leeman Labs. "Both companies are known for producing high-quality Mercury instruments with over 44 years combined experience. Our knowledge, enthusiasm, scientific curiosity and technological innovation enable us to provide customers with the quality and reliability that our instruments are known for." QuickTrace® customers will benefit from Teledyne Leeman Labs' superior on-site and depot repair service and support. Teledyne Leeman Labs has sales and service subsidiaries around the world to provide customers an experienced team that speaks their language.
The new consolidated product line will consist of the QuickTrace® M-8000 Cold Vapor Atomic Fluorescence (CVAF) system, the Hydra II Cold Vapor Atomic Absorption (CVAA) and the QuickTrace® M-7600 CVAA, all for liquid samples. The Hydra II C which is the ideal analyzer for solid to semisolid samples without pretreatment, will remain in the portfolio as the industry standard.
For more information on these products, please visit our website teledyneleemanlabs.com/products/mercury/index.asp or call 603-886-8400
About Teledyne Leeman Labs
Teledyne Leeman Labs offers a complete line of analytical instrumentation for elemental analysis including Inductively Coupled Plasma (ICP) Spectrometers, Mercury Analyzers including Cold Vapor Atomic Adsorption (CVAA), Cold Vapor Atomic Fluorescence (CVAF) and Atomic Absorption with Thermal Decomposition and DC Arc Spectrometers for solid sample analysis.