Welcome to kanichi-research.com

Kanichi wish to be positioned as the international scientific-technological benchmark company that promotes the Research and Development in the sector:

- We competetively bid for new research products and lines.
- We collaborate with research groups both from Universities and Industries.
- We use innovative technology in the development of next generation electrochemical based sensors.
- W advise and collaborate with customers in order to find the best project financial mechanism that better adapts to customer needs.

 

IS THAT ULTIMATE SENSOR SOLUTION ELUDING YOU ?

WE REALLY DO UNDERSTAND -TRAILING THROUGH THE INTERNET SEARCHING FOR THE RIGHT SOLUTIONS TO YOUR NEEDS IS BOTH TIME - CONSUMING AND FRUSTRATING FOR TODAY'S PACE OF MARKET.

SO, OUR OFFER TO YOU :

JUST CONTACT US WITH AN OUTLINE OF YOUR SENSOR NEEDS , WE WILL CONFIDENTIALLY AND WITH NO OBLIGATION, PROVIDE YOU WITH A PROPOSAL FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION. IF WE CANNOT OFFER A REALISTIC SOLUTION WE WILL SAY SO AND TRY TO GIVE OUR BEST ADVICE.

YOU CAN SEE BELOW THE AREAS OF SENSOR TECHNOLOGY THAT WE ARE ALREADY ACTIVE IN :


We specialise in sensor elements of non-standard and customised properties, including more unusual geometries, compositions, responses, selectivities and sensitivities.

We offer a combination of over 40 years collective expertise in the field of sensing, electroanalysis, nanotechnology, sensor development, biosensing and related fields. We design electrodes capable of sensing for multi analytes.

Based in Manchester UK, we offer research quantity customised screen printed electrodes, which are ideal for use by Academic Institutions or Companies in the very early stages of product development or for improving current processes. We have scale up capabilities to match your product growth

We work in a close, collaborative way, including full training and consultancy in use of our sensors

 

Kanichi is working on the development of portable breath sensors with emphasis on medial diagnostics for breath ammonia.

See the following: http://breathsensing.com/