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Certified UV/Vis Reference Materials for Spectrophotometers
Certainly Correct Measurements When Using Certified Reference Materialsby Hellma GmbH & Co. KG
The only producer-independent manufacturer with a network of competent partners ✓ Nearly a 100 years of competence in spectroscopy and measurement technology ✓ Well-known and appreciated worldwide for highest precision and solution orientation more
High Tech, tiny foodprint - 0.7 µl to 10 µl sample volume ✓ Easy handling and excellent reproducibility ✓ Universally applicable in nearly every spectrometer more
Since June, Dr. Oliver Falkenstörfer (51) has been the new Managing Director of Hellma Optik GmbH in Jena. As a physicist with a PhD, Dr. Falkenstörfer was responsible for different managerial and executive functions at JENOPTIK Optical Systems GmbH where he was working in particular as the ... more
This year’s spring conference of the Spectaris Human Resources Management Group (Spectaris = German Hightech Industry Association) was held at Hellma Analytics. Several current subjects from the agenda were discussed with regard to practical experiences e.g. how modern recruiting is like as ... more
Since 1922, Hellma has been associated with exceptional quality and precision in manufacturing glass, quartz glass and crystal products for optical applications. Based on this competence, Hellma is offering services and products, assemblies and even complete solutions for optical applicatio ... more
Hellma Optik Jena securing the foundations for photonics. Initially a mere discipline of physics, optics has developed into a key technology of the 21st century: photonics. The great variety of laser applications play a key role in everything. Wherever these technologies are employed, they ... more