Helvetas Water Project 2019

Continuing one of Swans traditions, Swan is supporting a further Helvetas drinking water project. This year the project is in Nepal, Helvetas first partner country. Since the beginning of this specific water project in 2001, 442 facilities for clean drinking water have been built and over 150,000 people in 25,000 household have benefited from sanitary facilities and an improved drinking water supply.

The aim of this project is to further educate the locals about the proper water handling, basic hygienic rules and how to prevent diseases as well as to continue to provide easy access to clean drinking water. By working with Helvetas for many years, we can guarantee that our donations are being used properly. 

Swan thanks you for your continuous support throughout the years. Furthermore, Swan wishes you and your family a joyous holiday season and all the best for the next year.  


ACEA Ato 2 and SWAN Analitica srl Italy agree to framework agreement on turbidimeters


As an integrated multi-utility leader, Acea offers services in water, energy and environmental business. It is a leading Italian operator in the potable water sector with approximately 9 million inhabitants served in Lazio, Tuscany, Umbria and Campania.

Acea manages a very extensive potable water network of around 10'000 km and 210 sources of water supply. Special emphasis is put onto instrumentation requiring lowest possible maintenance (cleaning, calibration, spare parts). The three year framework agreement is based on a long-term customer relationship dating back to 2004 and applies to Acea Ato 2, which manages the potable network in Rome and neighboring municipalities.

Since its successful trial period in 2013, the installed turbidity monitor AMI Turbiwell has worked without maintenance to this day, thereby living up to the customer's expectations. This has ultimately paved the way for the 3-year contractual agreement.

SWAN’s AMI Turbiwell is a non-contact turbidimeter which requires a minimal maintenance, with no moving parts. Furthermore, the AMI Turbiwell only requires a low sample flow to measure – which is especially appealing to smaller sized water treatment works. Due to its measurement principle, the AMI Turbiwell can be applied to all types of water – from pure water through to effluent. It can also easily cope with heavily gassed samples, making it the ideal solution to all water monitoring requirements.

For more information: AMI Turbiwell

Chematest 30 & 35: Portable Photometer with Digital Sensor Connections


Chematest 35 provides the same photometric excellence as Chematest 30 and adds digital sensors connections, enabling pH and redox potential measurements.

Sharing the same menu-based platform guarantees the user-friendliness known from Chematest 30 and the AMI monitors. Every photometer is calibrated individually and its light source traceable to NIST standards. Traceable verification kits and glass cuvettes additionally assure reliable and safe utilization.  

The IP 67 waterproof design, its long-living, rechargeable Li-Ion battery and the large internal data storage are just a few of the beneficial highlights this all-rounder for users with highest demands has to offer. 

Watch our Chematest video here.


Photometric Measurements:  

  • Free, Combined and Total Chlorine
  • Ozone
  • Bromine
  • Iodine
  • Chlorine Dioxide
  • pH (Phenol Red)
  • Cyanuric Acid


Via Sensor Connection:

  • pH
  • Redox Potential


Chematest 30 & 35 highlights:

  • User Management
  • Registration of Sampling Points
  • Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy
  • Improved Case with Removable Reagent Rack