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Raman Systems now available from Analytik
May 22 2017 Read 719 Times
Raman imaging systems manufactured by Japanese company Nanophoton, a pioneer of confocal laser scanning microscopy and spectroscopic analysis, will now be supplied in the UK and Ireland by Analytik. The range includes the recently launched high resolution confocal Raman microscope RAMANforce with improved speed and sensitivity said to supersede that of the RAMANtouch system; the RAMANview screening system and the TERSsense RAMAN scattering microscope for imaging and analysis on a wide range of materials.
Talking about its partnership with Analytik, Michael Verst, President and CEO of Nanophoton, said: “We are very pleased to be working with Analytik in the UK & Ireland. Analytik are one of the leading distributors of very highly specialised equipment for the scientific community as well as industrial applications. With their broad knowledge and a wide customer base that includes scientists who are leaders in their field, we look forward to continued growth into the cutting edge scientific and industrial markets. We are highly convinced that our customers will appreciate the high level of service and support.”
Analytik’s Managing Director, Ian Laidlaw, is very excited about adding the Nanophoton Raman products to the portfolio of characterisation techniques offered to users in the UK & Ireland: “Nanophoton systems are a great addition to our range of analytical instrumentation. This enables us to offer solutions for a broader range of applications to even better match user needs with the products we already deliver.”
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