"Excellent Service From Russell As Always"
"Service provided was very good and correspondence being sent throughout the entire service was extremely helpful."
"Efficient and happy to accommodate any request "
"As always a very professional service offered by Niton."
"Very happy with the continued service we receive from Niton UK"
"Great service, very flexible to fit within our operating schedule as we were supplied with a loan PMI Analyser which we received just before we sent ours off for service, and we kept until our PMI Analyser returned, so we were able to keep our process running smoothly. We will definitely be a long-term customer!"
"Excellent service, thanks for the quick turn around."
"Very helpful over the phone and fast service carried out"
"The Service department responded in their usual, very efficient manner to give us a speedy resolution for our issue. "
"a great team to deal with as always!"
"Cannot fault the service, fault was quickly identified and quickly resolved once the analyser had been received."
" Good service."
"Always a great service and response time"
"Niton are the preferred vendor for supply of XRF analyser to British Steel Special Profiles. They offer excellent customer support, with good turn around times for service and calibration of equipment."
"very helpful and fast services. 1st class customer service all the time. was a delay on the fix time but was made aware and assured it would be done asap. always willing to give good advice when needed. "
"Yet again, a fabulous and efficient service provided by Russell Masters at Niton UK! I would highly recommend this service provided. Val Arthur Ineos Chemicals Grangemouth"
"From the moment of my first phone call throughout to receiving back our analyser, Niton offered a first class service being notified by email of the service procedure and the return date First class service, A1 , top notch, Brilliant. regards Graham"
"Excellent service as always"
"Knowledgeable, helpful & friendly to deal with. A prompt delivery/return of my analyser almost negated the need for a loan instrument."