Mass Spectrometry & Spectroscopy
Versatile Handheld Raman System now has Sampling Attachments Package
Feb 08 2019 Read 372 Times
Attachments set the Mira Flex handheld material identification system apart from the competition. Metrohm designs advanced tips that facilitate acquisitions and track sampling. Diverse attachments for Mira systems enable straightforward sampling of substances of virtually any kind; be they powders, liquids, or solids.
Smart Attachments are just one step in Metrohm’s quest to provide broad access to advanced chemical analysis for everyone. The next step is Mira Flex, in response to customer requests for even greater flexibility with the Mira system. The new Mira Flex package from Metrohm Raman permits customisation of Mira for unique applications.
Mira Flex is an ‘à la carte’ experience: the basic package includes a Mira device, USB cable, Calibration Standard, and laser safety glasses; users can then simply select the available Smart Attachments and accessories that meet their specific sampling needs. Sampling through a container? The Working Distance Attachments (SWD, LWD, XLWD, or UA) can handle everything from direct contact to 22 mm glass containers. Concerned about the toxicity of an unknown? The Standoff Attachment enables safe sampling from a distance. Checking the formulation of a tablet is easy with our Tablet Holder. The Ball Probe Attachment allows sampling by direct contact e.g., in a barrel with no concern of proper focus.
Whether you perform field testing of street drugs or evaluate incoming raw materials, Mira is the fast, easy, reliable, and flexible solution for identification and verification of materials.
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