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Sinsche is a manufacturer and global supplier of cutting edge technologies, designed for the analysis and monitoring of water. Formed in 2007 in Shenzhen P.R. China, our team of innovative specialists are dedicated to developing and supporting new methods and instruments, to enable fast, accurate and cost effective results from within the harshest of environments, to the modern laboratory.


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Sinsche’s wide line of instrumentation and chemistries have been crafted for more than 14 years to make water analysis simpler, better – faster,greener and more informative.

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  • The era of subsodium disinfection is coming, and it is time to adjust the water plant testing plan!

    The disinfection of water plants has been developed for many years, but the word "chlorine" is still inseparable! This is because it is required in the national system standard that there must be chlorine disinfectant in drinking water to control the reproduction of microorganisms. As we all kno...
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  • Micro automated analysis technology

    Micro automated analysis technology The micro-automatic analysis technology is based on the classic chemical analysis principles, and makes full use of modern microchips and highly intelligent software to bring ordinary routine analysis from constant analysis to the era of micro-analysis. The co...
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  • Ammonia nitrogen is higher than total nitrogen. What is the problem?

    Recently, there have been many peer consultations. When testing the total nitrogen and ammonia nitrogen items in the sewage, the same bottle of water sometimes has a phenomenon that the ammonia nitrogen value is higher than the total nitrogen. I don't know why. Here I summarize some experiences ...
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  • Six tips to teach you how to distinguish the quality of tap water at home?

    The quality of tap water directly affects people's health. Due to the differences in water sources and tap water infrastructure across the country, the quality of tap water varies from place to place. Can you assess the quality of tap water at home? Today, I will teach you to distinguish the qual...
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  • Chlorine Test:The smell of disinfectant can be smelled, but the test water sample does not show color?

    Chlorine is one of the indicators that water quality testing often needs to determine. Recently, the editor received feedback from users: When using the DPD method to measure Chlorine, it clearly smelled a heavier smell, but the test did not show color. What is the situation? (Note: The user's d...
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