An easy way to expand the power and potential of your lab’s UV-Vis spectrophotometers
May 13 2022
Shimadzu UK have recently released a new, quick-read guide on how you can extend the power of your UV-Vis spectrophotometer which is now available to download. The reader is presented with a concise and user-friendly guide highlighting various accessories, their unique features and the specific benefits they provide to each category of industrial application. For any environmental or industrial lab, whether analysing solid or liquid samples, operating at a high throughput or performing highly specialised surface reflectance measurements, UV-Vis accessories and software enable you to automate your process, widen your scope of applications while allowing you to achieve precise and reliable results.
Ralph Vokes, Senior Spectroscopy Specialist at Shimadzu commented ‘“Innovative accessories and software add-ons make UV-Vis spectrophotometry increasingly accurate and useful across an ever widening range of industries and applications… One of our more recent innovations will soon be available to help the renewable energy sector measure the performance of batteries and solar panels. With an ever-expanding field of technological innovation, it can be challenging to keep up with all the application possibilities these advances bring with them. So, it is increasingly important for instrument specialists to ensure the information we provide at source is easy to understand and assists laboratory managers in the buying process,”
Shimadzu UK’s UV accessories guide was developed to ease the accessory selection procedure, allowing lab operators and researchers to make a clear, qualified purchasing decision.
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