Sample preparation and homogenisation in the laboratory
The appropriate laboratory technology for your sample preparation and homogenisation at LMS. Sample preparation and homogenisation are two important steps in the analysis of samples, especially in chemical and biological analysis.
Sample preparation includes all the steps required to prepare a sample for analysis. This may include steps such as sample collection, sample handling, extraction, dilution, filtration and concentration. An example of sample preparation is the extraction of organic compounds from soil samples to determine their concentration. For these and other sample preparations, you will find an extensive range of grinders, homogenisers, disintegrators, sample digestion equipment and many more in the LMS online shop.
Homogenisation refers to the process of preparing a sample so that it has a uniform composition. A homogenious sample is needed, for example, to determine the concentration of a particular element in a material. This can be achived by crushing, grinding or shaking the sample. At LMS you will find the appropriate equipment and tools for homogenisation.
Both sample preparation and homogenisation are crucial to obtain accurate and reliable analytical result. Inadequate sample preparation or homogenisation can lead to falsification of the results.
In order to achieve reliable results in sample preparation as well as in homogenisation and to obtain a representative sample, careful planning and preparation as well as the organisation of the appropriate equipment for your laboratory technology is important. Whether grinding devices, homogenisers & disintegrators or devices for sample digestion – in the LMS online shop you will find a suitable selection.