Analytical Measurement and Testing

Thousands of analytical measurements are carried out everyday by various industries. The result of these analytical measurements is obvious in longer run times, greater yields and a greater assurance that regulatory compliance is being achieved. Analytical measurements can be extremely basic to the most sophisticated of techniques!

A wide range of instruments, consumables, standards and reagents offering everything from simple test strips to spectrophotometry are available to support you and all your analytical measurements requirements from big name brands to our own VWR Collection.

You may also be interested in our All You Need guides for spectrophotometry, chemical analysis or environmental analysis. These guides are handy reference tools containing everything you need for that area of interest. Please click on our literature tab at the top of the page to search for techniques or topics that interest you.

Product selection

Density

Density of solutions, liquids etc is a basic test for quality control in the food and beverage industry...

Spectrophotometry

UV VIS Spectrophotometry - Instruments

ICP Standards

VWR offers an extensive range of ICP standards...

ICP/MS Standards

VWR offer an extensive range of standards for this demanding technique from several sources...

NMR Reagents & Accessories

VWR offer the key consumables for this technique...

AAS Standards & Reagents

A widely used technique for which VWR offers an extensive range of standards...

XRF Reagents

A selection of fluxes for great results...

Melting Point

A very well established method of basic characterisation of substances and products...

Moisture Analysis

VWR offer a choice of infrared heating, halogen, metal, ceramic or coiled quartz element moisture analysers for routine and precision measurements...

Refractometry & Polarimetry

Hand helds and digital hand helds, Abbe, digital bench and Ph/EUR or FDA compliant models...

Temperature Indicators & Thermometers

Temperature measurement is one of the key indicators in the laboratory...