At Palintest, we are committed to continual product development, ensuring that we deliver the best technologies to safeguard water for everyone, every day.
From time to time, this means we are required to discontinue product lines, enabling us to streamline our processes and deliver the very best service to our customers.
We are committed to minimalising disruption and supporting our customers in the best way, which is why we would like to notify you of the intention to discontinue one of our products.
From 30th June 2020, the SA1100 Scanning Analyzer (PT430/PT431) is no longer be available for purchase. This product range has been retired and replaced by our next generation sensor instrument, Kemio™ Heavy Metals.
We will also be discontinuing our range of corresponding sensors. The affected product codes are:
Please note lead and copper sensors (PT435/PT436) have an 18-month shelf-life.
Kemio™ uses the same electrochemical sensor technology with improved technical performance and user experience. Powered by disposable Kemio™ sensors, the Kemio is truly simple to use. With the latest touchscreen technology and advanced data management for expert traceability, Kemio™ delivers the results you need from a method you can trust. To find out more visit Kemio Heavy Metals
Customers currently using the SA1100 can continue to use the instrument as normal. Palintest will continue to support the range, with all instruments covered with their existing warranties.
For instruments requiring repairs or replacement, when looking to discuss upgrade and trade-in options, or for any further questions, please contact our team.
The following products were discontinued on the 30th June 2019: ChloroSense, ChlordioXense, ChlordioX Plus, ChloroSense HR and PAASense. From 31st December 2021, we will also be discontinuing our range of corresponding sensors. The affected product codes are:
As per the SA1100, we will continue to support the range, with all instruments covered with their existing warranties. These products have been replaced by Kemio™ Disinfection, for more information please contact our team.
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