CVS systems for organic additive determination have been included in Metrohm’s product portfolio for more than 10 years.

Our longstanding expertise has made Metrohm a trusted partner for the electroplating industry that major players, including Atotech and AT&S, rely on. Close collaboration with the producers of electroplating baths has resulted in two instrument lines that cover all conceivable user requirements.

  • Professional CVS Instruments

    Available product versions 894 Professional CVS for determination organic additives

    The 894 Professional CVS is the most modern and powerful CVS system. Especially when dealing with large sample loads or changing applications, this is the way to go.

    • flexible method setup using the viva method editor
    • customizable thanks to modular design and a large variety of available modules
    • All results at one glance in the viva database with convenient data management

  • Compact Instruments

    Available product versions 797 Computrace for organic additive determination

    The 797 VA Computrace is the compact solution for small and medium-sized routine laboratories that deal with a moderate sample load.

    • Adaptable system with different automation levels
    • One single instrument for organic additive determination and voltammetric trace analysis
    • Straightforward operation thanks to fixed method structures




Have a look at the broad choice of electrodes Metrohm offers for virtually any conceivable application.

Metrohm electrodes


Benefit from the combined strengths of voltammetry and ion chromatography with VoltIC for a powerful trace analysis.

VoltIC systems

AT&S China Co. Ltd.

"Our cooperation started many years ago. Metrohm was part of the development of AT&S China. From the very beginning with one or two titrators to over twenty Metrohm titration and CVS systems today."

Qiang Chen, laboratory manager of AT&S China Co. Ltd., China


"We have decided to invest in a Metrohm solution because […] only Metrohm’s VA system makes the relevant electrochemical and instrumental parameters fully accessible. Hence, we enjoy maximum flexibility in developing our own methods."

Bernd Lindemeier, head of method development in the chemical services unit at Atotech, Germany