News and Updates

In recent months, the COVID-19 pandemic has greatly affected business and individuals alike. In times like this, we are proud to mention that our principles have been handling this unprecedented event very well and we are kept abreast of their situation. We are also keeping a close watch on the situation locally and will do what we can to help one another get through this.

Participation in the ISA Analysis Division Singapore Symposium 2019

We are happy to announce that we will be participating in ISA Analysis Division Singapore Symposium that will be held on the 28th of November 2019.

The ISA Analysis Division aims to facilitate program development, implementation and effectiveness through integrated planning, measurement, evaluation and interventions; and to support your specialty: such as spectroscopy, chromatography, electrochemistry and sample handling. For this year's symposium, they are planning to have the following topics:

  • Best Practices for Analytical Systems
  • Best Practices for Fire & Gas
  • Combustion
  • Environment Management and Control
  • Innovation in Analytical Techniques
  • Innovation in Fire & Gas
  • Lab Analysis Accreditation
  • Maintenance Challenges for Analytical Equipment
  • Maintenance Challenges for Fire & Gas
  • Power & Water Analysis

For this year's show, we will be showcasing our FS10 thermal dispersion flow switches for analyzers by FCI, closed-loop Cylinder Sampling System by SENSOR for vapor/gas and liquids as well as J.M. Canty's InFlow™ Analyzer Systems.

Do drop by to say hello to us!

UPDATE: Thank you everyone for coming down to the show! We look forward to seeing you soon!

New Product Updates


SENSOR Sampling is always looking out for new ways to make traditional sampling easier and cleaner for everyone.
Recently, we have added their latest Heavy Product Sampling Systems to our current catalog.

SENSOR Heavy Products Sampling System

This system is designed to collect samples of hot, heavy products (such as resid, asphalt, hot tar, gas oil, resins, slurries, surfactants and emulsions) while maintaining personnel safety.