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The establishment of EVISA is funded by the EU through the Fifth Framework Programme (G7RT- CT- 2002- 05112).

Supporters of EVISA includes:

Products (instruments, accessories) available from:
Aurora Biomed

The EVISA database contains information about the products listed below. Please understand that this list is not a complete list of products available from the company, but solely a list of those products of interest for trace element determination and speciation.
Please also understand that the database contains both current but also historical instrumentation. In case that you are looking only for current available instruments, please select the "Status = available" in the search form.
For a complete list of products please consult the companies homepage.

In the following hitlist, instruments are differentiated according to their status, as

currently commercially available,
no longer available (but still serviceable),
no longer fully serviceable.


AI 2200 AA/Plasma Emission Spectrometer
AI 3200 Atomic Fluorescence Spectrometer
AI 500 Atomic Absorption Spectrometer
Crysta 1000 Water Purification System
Crysta 2000 Water Purification System
Crysta 500 Water Purification System
LUMINA 3300 Atomic Fluorescence Spectrometer
MW 500 Microwave Digestion System
MW 600 Microwave Digestion System
MW 650 closed vessel microwave digestion system
MW 700 microwave digestion system
TRACE 1300 Atomic Absorption Spectrometer
TRACE 1800 Atomic Absorption Spectrometer
TRACE AI1200 Atomic Absorption Spectrometer
TRACE AI800 - Atomic Absorption Spectrometer
TRANSFORM 800 top-loading closed vessel microwave
TRANSFORM 680 Microwave Digestion System
UV/VIS 220 Spectrophotometer
UV/Vis 230 Spectrophotometer
VERSA 100 Workstation
VERSA 1000 Workstation
VERSA 1100 Automated liquid handling workstation
VERSA 2000 Workstation
VERSA 3000 Workstation
VG 411 Vapor/Hydride Generator
VIS 120 Spectrophotometer
VIS 130 Spectrophotometer
XYZ Autosampler


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