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Make quality control easier - with the smart FTIR-Spectrometer ALPHA II

Outstanding Quality Combined with an Integrated Design and Highest User Comfort

The FT-IR spectrometer ALPHA II combines outstanding quality with compactness and maximum user comfort. With its integrated touch panel PC and the intuitive OPUS-TOUCH software, the IR-analysis gets easier than ever. A dedicated workflow guides the operator from sample measurement to analysis ...

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Combine microscopy and chemical analysis: the automated FTIR-Microscope LUMOS

A stand-alone FT-IR microscope with full automation

LUMOS – FT-IR microscopy made easy...

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Paving the Way to the Future of FTIR spectroscopy - INVENIO

FTIR analysis takes the next logical step

INVENIO R represents the entry level of Bruker’s R&D FTIR spectrometers for demanding analytical and R&D applications....

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MPA II - the new FT-NIR Multi Purpose Analyzer

Push button QC with FT-NIR spectroscopy

The advantage of FT-NIR spectroscopy in general, and in particular the Bruker Optics MPA II, lies in its versatility and ease of use. FT-NIR is a fast and accurate method for non-destructive analysis of liquid, solid and semi-solid samples, saving costs through reduced time and reagent ...

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TENSOR II FT-IR Spectrometer

Reliable. Comfortable. Powerful

The FT-IR spectrometer TENSOR II is well suited for advanced FT-IR applications in R&D due to its high sensitivity and flexibility. The TENSOR II is also very useful in routine applications for QC and material verification as it is compact in size and provides a very comfortable workflow. The ...

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