ADEY bolsters Commercial Water Testing offering with added analysis
ADEY has added Triazole, Bromine and Chlorine analysis to its increasing Commercial Water Testing service, providing an industry leading three-day turnaround for results from its UKAS accredited laboratory.
Triazole analysis is important as the compound can be used as an organic corrosion inhibitor. To process high volumes of Triazole samples for customers, ADEY has invested in a new ultra violet digestion unit which has been developed specifically for its laboratory in Sittingbourne, ...
ADEY expands Commercial Water Testing Team
ADEY has expanded the Customer Service team based at its state of the art water testing facility in Sittingbourne, Kent, with the appointment of Constance Davies as Senior Client Liaison Manager.
Connie joins the team following three years working in the environmental testing sector and brings a wealth of experience in the development of Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS). In her new role, Connie will support the ADEY laboratory team, as well as being the day to day cont...
ADEY to Exhibit at LCA Training Day
ADEY are delighted to announce that our Commercial Water Testing team will be present at the upcoming Legionella Control Association (LCA) Training Day, taking place on the 10th May at Drayton Manor. ADEY were recently granted UKAS accreditation for a wide range of BSRIA Closed System Chemistry analysis and continue to expand our service offering to the water treatment market.
ADEY Expands Commercial Water Testing Drop-off Portfolio in London and the South-East
ADEY are delighted to announce that we have made a significant investment into our logistical solutions for our commercial water testing service by more than doubling our portfolio of drop-off location in and around the South East of England. The new locations will help support our existing locations based in Fulham, Richmond, Kennington and the West End. All collections are managed by a refrigerated transport and samples are processed the following morning.
Following ADEYs extension t...