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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.


Our Products

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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and Standards

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