Kemio is the next generation measurement platform. Expertly designed to simplify disinfection monitoring, Kemio gives clear direction for the user to ensure water safety. The latest multiparameter platform from Palintest, the Kemio tests for chlorine, chlorine dioxide, chlorite and peracetic acid (PAA) on one instrument. The instrument does the hard work for the user, to reduce user errors and deliver quality results that you can trust.
Be confident with data and avoid non-conformances
Improve variability and get reliable results every time
Reduce labour costs with fast, simple testing
Suitable for all users with no training required
Go paperless, protect your process and your data
Simplify your audits by improving your record keeping
Reduce process and laboratory time
Perform disinfection validation at the point of use
Fully traceable data
The encrypted data log summarises 10,000 data sets. Create a complete dataset by inputting personalised information such as user, location and batch.
Personalised to your testing needs
Add your own test limits to see pass and fail results which enable clear action for the operator
Kemio is powered by patented, single-use sensors which generate an electrical current by reacting with chemicals in the water sample. Kemio measures this electrical signal to determine the concentration of chemical within the sample. With minimal user intervention, Kemio reduces variability from users, delivering repeatable and reliable results each time.
Palintest paired up with several research organisations to get external validation of the sensor products against laboratory methods. Read the full article to find out more about the validation and why this is critical for the food and beverage industry.
26th June 2020
In this series of webinars, we discuss how Kemio Disinfection is used to advance disinfectant analysis and validation in different food and beverage applications.
5th June 2020
In this article we take a look at lead contamination cases, what caused contamination, assess the risks associated with lead contamination and what you can do to prevent people from drinking contaminated water
28th May 2020
We are delighted to be offering a range of webinars to help you learn more about water safety and how to improve your water testing procedures. Our webinars will cover a range of topics including water chemistry, application-focused testing and product training. Click here to view the full webinar schedule for June 2020.