SI Analytics are leaders in the production of analytical instruments. The main products of SI are: Sensors and Instruments. After some 75 years of experience in glass technology and the development of analytical instruments, our products are still made in Mainz at high standards of innovation and quality.
SI Analytics manufactures laboratory instruments for the global market. The product range also includes:
The newly developed titrator group with the devices TitroLine® 6000, TitroLine 7000® and TITRONIC® 500 not only combines the most recent design with great user-friendliness, but also with flexibility at the highest accuracy and robustness.
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Recently, this product group was expanded by the titrators TitroLine® 7500 KF for applications according to Karl Fischer and TitroLine® 7500 KF trace for the coulometric water analysis according to Karl Fischer and the multi-purpose titrator TitroLine® 7750.
With the development of the glass electrode in 1937, SCHOTT laid the foundation for the success of the electrochemical measurement. With innovative electrodes and measuring instruments, piston burettes and titrators, we have since ensured that the electrochemical analysis has become a reliable and indispensable process all over the world.
In 2003, Nova Analytics took over the SCHOTT-Geräte GmbH, which was founded in 1973 and evolved from SCHOTT. It was continued in the name SCHOTT Instruments GmbH.
In 2009, SCHOTT Instruments GmbH became the SI Analytics GmbH. At the beginning of 2010, SI Analytics was acquired by ITT. In 2011, the independent publicly traded company Xylem evolved from the fluid technology sector of the ITT Group, to which SI Analytics belongs.
Xylem is headquartered in White Plains, NY, USA, and is a leading global provider of problem solutions for water issues. This includes the areas of transport, treatment, effective use and analysis. Xylem is represented in more than 150 countries by multiple leading brands, and had total sales of 3.8 billion US Dollars in 2012 and employs worldwide more than 12,700 employees.