Product overview: 

Waters helps laboratory-dependent organisations by providing breakthrough technologies and solutions. Pioneering a connected portfolio of separation and analytical science, laboratory informatics and mass spectrometry, Waters provides the tools to improve the quality of today�s science and explore the infinite possibilities of tomorrow�s.

Waters Laboratory informatics suite of products bridges all instruments, data sources, and information centers. Our solutions capture, catalog, and make all scientific content accessible, from chromatograms to spectra; from the inception of your top innovators� ideas, to development of new products.

By improving the availability of critical information, Waters Laboratory Informatics connects science to business, providing the foundation for a decision centric workflow that will increase productivity and profitability for your organisation.

Company overview: 

Waters Corporation creates business advantage for laboratory-dependent organisations by delivering practical and sustainable innovation to enable significant advancements in such areas as healthcare delivery, environmental management, food safety, and water quality worldwide.


Waters is a multinational, publicly traded corporation providing direct support and services in over 54 countries worldwide. Please contact your local Waters office under


Europaallee 27-29, 50226 Frechen, Germany


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