SWAN Analytical Instruments
Studbachstrasse 13
Postfach 398
CH-8340 Hinwil / Switzerland
Phone: ++41 (44) 943 63 00
Fax: ++41 (44) 943 63 01
E-Mail: swan@swan.ch

SWAN proudly announces its newest product development: Handheld CHEMATEST 30

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With the introduction of CHEMATEST 30 SWAN broadens its range of applications for handheld water quality testing devices. In addition to potable water treatments and public pools, these successor models to the well-proven CHEMATEST 20/25 photometers are now qualified for use in pharmaceutical production and food processing.

Primary improvements affect the area of application and user-friendliness. In order to comply with pharmaceutical and food industry requirements, every photometer is calibrated individually and its light source traceable to NIST standards. Traceable verification kits and glass cuvettes additionally assure reliable and safe utilization. 

Its menu-driven user guidance has been revised to simplify measurement handling. The IP 67 waterproof design, its long-living, rechargeable Li-Ion battery and the large internal data storage make CHEMATEST 30 the perfect handheld for mobile water analysis in any circumstances. 

Disinfectant measurements:  

  • Free, Combined and Total Chlorine
  • Ozone
  • Bromine
  • Iodine
  • Chlorine Dioxide

Additional photometric methods:

  • pH (Phenol Red)
  • Cyanuric Acid

More newly introduced CHEMATEST 30 highlights:

  • User Management
  • Registration of Sampling Points
  • Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy for Effortless Firmware Updates
  • Improved Case with Removable Reagent Rack


Release date CHEMATEST 30: Availabe now!

Further product information to be released shortly.  

Singapore International Water Week


Meet us at the Singapore International Water Week, the global platform to share and co-create innovative water solutions.

Don't miss your unique chance to gather comprehensive information about all our available services as well as our cutting-edge developments and technologies in on-line process water analysis.

As an example, we will present our turbidity meter AMI Turbiwell and its verification procedure. Due to the technology used and the design of this instrument, a calibration is not necessary. However, we developed the enhanced secondary standard procedure to enable operators to determine periodically if the instrument is still in calibration.

Furthermore, our Product Manager, Dr. Alexander Rodenberg, will be giving a presentation about the SAC254 measurement on Tuesday, 10th of July in Treatment B, Level 3.0, Cassia 3201AB - Starting at 02:00 - 03:30 PM.

Click here to find out more about our SAC254 analyzer and its benefits.