ANDalyze sensor/Fluorimeter platform solution for simplifying the on-site testing and analysis of water for heavy metal contamination is now being sold in China and Australia as a replacement to more time consuming testing methods such as electrochemical and reagent testing methods that require significant training. This new product requires no special knowledge of chemistry, and produces no hazardous chemical waste and shows test results in less than one minute, greatly reducing operational testing time and cost for the water industry.
"We found the ANDalyze product to be a fast and simple test for the detection of lead in water. It is much easier than other methods on the market today, its fast response time and simplicity are needed for field testing," said Haibin Ma, of Focused Photonics, one of ANDalyze's first customers in China.
Testing the World's Water Supplies for Heavy Metals
ANDalyze is currently seeking distributors globally to introduce this technology to the water testing industry. There is a great need to make the on-site testing of water supplies easier and more affordable to better understand contamination levels. This completely new method for testing water, using DNA technology, greatly reduces the time, effort, cost and complexity of testing water samples for contaminants such as lead in drinking water. Contact ANDalyze if you are interested in becoming a distribution partner.
Products Are Available Now
The ANDalyze solution consists of consumable DNA Sensors for Lead and Uranium (available now) in combination with the AND1000 Fluorimeter (which can interpret both existing DNA sensors and all future released DNA sensors for copper, cadmium, mercury, silver and other target contaminants). Pricing of the ANDalyze solution will be based on volume commitments of DNA sensors, but even with the addition of the AND1000 Fluorimeter the price will very competitive to any comparable solution available on the market today. A price per test of $12 in quantity orders offers a significant advantage for water testing customers.
SOURCE ANDalyze, Inc.