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12.08.2019 | Lumex Instruments is an official sponsor of ICMGP 2019


August, 2019 – Krakow, Poland. Lumex Instruments is a participant and an official sponsor of the 14th International Conference on Mercury as a Global Pollutant (ICMGP 2019) which takes place in the ICE Kraków Congress Centre on September 8-13.

Lumex Instruments will actively participate in the scientific part of the conference, giving four presentations on practical applications for our instruments and addressing the actual topics of Hg-related studies. A number of presentations will be given at the conference by our valued customers and partners.

At the exhibition within the conference, we will introduce you to our solutions for mercury analysis based on Zeeman atomic absorption spectroscopy. Lumex Instruments mercury analyzers in combination with pyrolysis or cold vapor attachments can determine mercury content in a wide range of liquid and solid samples, such as water, soil, food products, air, natural and stack gases, and others. Among the product line, you can find portable, laboratory, on-line mercury analyzers and monitors, and our latest development, direct thermal decomposition analyzer RA-915 Lab.

We are looking forward to meeting you at our booth.

ICMGP 2019 will convene on the theme, “Bridging Knowledge on Global Mercury with Environmental Responsibility, Human Welfare and Policy Response”. This year the conference will bring together representatives from industry, government, research institutions, NGOs and academia to assess implementation of solutions to reduce the emissions and exposure to mercury as a global environmental pollutant and to check the efficiency of implementation of the Minamata Convention in different countries.