NT Sensors offerS an efficient solution for the analysis of chemical ionic species. The implementation of nanotechnology into a laboratory classical technique, such as ion-selective electrodes (ISE), has overcome the traditional drawbacks of the classic ones.
NT Sensors supplies adapted electrodes to be applied in specific products with design to match customer’s existing equipment.
Founded in 2008, the company designs, develops, and manufactures electrodes based on the patented technology of ion-selective electrodes-based carbon nanotubes. It also designs, develops, and manufactures all the equipment to obtain fast and reliable measures, in an easy and robust way, at laboratory or out at the field.
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