Your partner in chemistry automation
Skalar is a Dutch company, established in 1965 as a producer of analyzers for the laboratory and process industry.
It has since grown into a multinational organization with its own subsidiaries in most European countries, North America & India and with over eighty representatives throughout the world.
Our organization is daily focused on servicing and providing the best application support to existing and potential users. Skalar analyzers are reliably servicing small and large routine laboratories, annually handling sample numbers of a few hundred up to hundreds of thousands.
With over thirty years of experience in automating wet chemistry analysis procedures, the Skalar ISO 9001 certified organization has built up a wealth of knowledge and has generated a vast library of information and techniques which support well proven applications. This knowledge, in the form of application notes, methodology books, technical brochures, etc., is widely made available. In recent years Skalar's own continuing research and development has added many new innovative analyzers to its product range. The new and existing range of Skalar analyzers have proven to be the most reliable and economical choice in today's modern routine laboratory.
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More than just market leading laboratory solutions
We believe it is important to invest in the craftsmanship and continued professional development both within our company and across the industries we serve. This is why we are happy and proud to provide all manner of trainings and development opportunities for young people within the various departments of our company.
Additionally, we consider it important to contribute to the society in a different way. Skalar chooses to do this via sponsorship of various charities. We are proud to sponsor Kika: an organization which raises funds for innovative research and other activities in fight against cancer in children - with a focus on minimizing pain during treatment, increased recovery rates and a higher quality of life in later life, as well as providing information and increasing awareness around this most important of subjects.