The Thermo Scientific Nicolet 8700 FT-IR spectrometer performs advanced FT-IR spectroscopy experiments including step-scan. Step-scan eliminates Fourier modulation interference encountered in the conventional, continuous-scan FT-IR and allows measurements to be made as an explicit function of time, phase, or space. Typical applications of step-scan FT-IR can be classified into two primary categories: time-resolved spectroscopy (TRS) for studying fast kinetic processes, and phase-resolved spectroscopy (PRS) for modulation experiments.
The compact and powerful Allegra X-30 Series. With the smallest footprint of its class and increased capacity, you will save valuable lab space and run time. The X-30 Series offers 13 different rotors and multiple pre-bundled application packages, accommodating cell culture processing, blood sample preparation, and microplate applications—all in one instrument. The highest RPMs and g-force in class saves time, its streamlined user interface makes operation a breeze, and increased capacity lets you run more samples simultaneously. This is the refrigerated centrifuge model.
The Ci4000 Weather-Ometer, with its advanced digital control system, represents monumental achievement in applying digital and optical technologies in an easy to use laboratory weathering instrument. The Ci4000 is approved by many OEMs in the automotive, paints and coatings, and plastics industries as the exclusive platform to deliver accurate, reproducible and repeatable results for predicting service life. The Ci4000 has been certified CE, UL, CSA, ISO and EN compliant.
Features easy-to-use touchscreen display to automatically control temperature and humidity.
The 890-THC accurately maintains temperature and humidity (Rh) inside a roomy, single station glove box.
Unit includes: vacuum capable transfer chamber, one-piece Hypalon gloves, large color touch screen operator display, inert gas hook-up, internal 110V power, serial connection for datalogging, and optional drying train package.
RheoDrive and RheoMix
Drive and control unit for the determination of rheological properties of molten plastics or other fluid materials. Electrical heated intensive batch mixer for compounding, mixing and testing of polymers, elastomers, ceramics, food and other materials under pilot plant conditions.
The GenePix 4000B Microarray Scanner acquires data at a selected resolution between 5-100 microns, allowing the adjustment of image resolution and file size for each Cy3/Cy5 experiment. It has expanded sample compatibility, with user-adjustable focus offset and laser power settings, allowing for proper imaging of slides with either a raised surface, as with membrane-coated glass, or a recessed surface, as in embedded arrays.
The BX61 microscope has a built-in motorized Z-drive (0.01 m resolution), and can be equipped with a motorized nosepiece, condenser, reflected light or fluorescence illuminator, and up to three 6-position filter wheels in various locations. The sixteen handswitch buttons and eight frame buttons are fully programmable through a computer interface, and key configurations can be defined in the software.
The Cary 300 spectrophotometer is used worldwide for routine analysis and research. The Cary 300 is controlled by the new Cary WinUV software. This Windows based software features a modular design which makes it easy to use. The instrument is shipped with liquid sample holders and of course it can be fitted with a wide range of accessories to provide extra capabilities.
The Cary 5000 is a high performance UV-Vis-NIR spectrophotometer with superb photometric performance in the 175-3300 nm range. Using a PbSmart detector, the Cary 5000 extends its NIR range to 3300 nm making it a powerful tool for materials science research. Controlled by the Cary WinUV software, a modular Windows-based software, makes it easy to perform powerful analysis and control a number of optional accessories. The large sample compartment can be expanded to hold large accessories and integrating spheres for spectral and diffuse reflectance.