Visit us at Dioxin 2019 in Kyoto

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Robust systems for automated sample clean-up in PCB, dioxin and PFAS analysis

Talk to our experts and see for yourself how easy it can be to implement automated sample preparation for the analysis of PCBs, dioxins and perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl (PFAS) substances.
We look forward to welcoming you to our booth in the exhibition hall, where you can expect the following highlights:

Lectures at Dioxin 2019

We share our expertise with you

Don`t miss our lectures at Dioxin 2019 on the following topics:

Flexible Automated Sample Clean-up of PCDD/Fs and PCBs
Maximilian Baumann (Business Unit Manager, LCTech GmbH)


A Routine Grade Automated Sample Preparation for Determination of Perfluoroalkyl and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) in Water
Angelika Köpf (Head of Sales, LCTech GmbH)


- Date and time to be announced. -


Clean-up with Heat for Samples Hardening at Room Temperature

DEXTech Heat causes your samples to melt 

Samples like PFAD or stearin get solid at room temperature. No challenge for DEXTech Heat!
Your sample remains liquid during the entire clean-up process without any additional manual handling, as the system heats it at all necessary positions from sample vial to loading onto the first column.

The design of the system, exchangeable columns and automated rinsing steps reliably exclude cross-contamination even with this DEXTech system. 

We will present DEXTech Heat live at our booth.

Automated Clean-up of PFAS with Minimized Blank Values

PFAS – (No) new challenge  

A well-known challenge in the analysis of perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) is the high blank values and thus incorrect results. These are generated from the material used in clean-up and measurement systems, since the fluorine-containing plastics often used can release PFAS.

LCTech has developed a robotic system especially for PFAS applications that almost fully removes fluorine-containing plastics such as PTFE and is thus solving the challenge. The blank values of the analytes remain constant in the low range and only originate from the solvents used.

Learn more about this very special solution for PFAS applications at Dioxin 2019.

It Would be Our Pleasure to Arrange a Meeting with You:

telephone image+49 8082 2717-0mail imagenews@LCTech.dename imageSee you soon in Kyoto!