B&W Tek announces enhanced NanoRam handheld raman spectrometer

Posted: 17 April 2013 | | No comments yet

B&W Tek, Inc., is proud to announce major enhancements to their NanoRam handheld Raman spectrometer…

B&W Tek, Inc., an advanced instrumentation company producing optical spectroscopy and laser systems, is proud to announce major enhancements to their NanoRam handheld Raman spectrometer. The NanoRam is already an award winning analyzer for material identification and verification within cGMP compliant facilities and the only one of its kind due to its high-brightness OLED touch screen display and intuitive software for both technical and non-technical users. Now, the NanoRam is enhanced with new features to make sampling and detection even easier.

B&W Tek - NanoRam handheld raman spectrometerThe next generation of NanoRams offer numerous enhancements including an embedded 2D barcode scanner, batch scanning capabilities, IP-64 rated (dust tight and splash proof) housing, Ethernet connectivity and many other software enhancements based on user feedback to better facilitate tracking and reporting. B&W Tek has also introduced two new sampling accessories, a 12 inch immersion shaft for sampling out of large drums and a tablet holder to easily measure finished products with uniformity in order to further their mission to enable fast and convenient measurements in almost any environment.

“At B&W Tek we are committed to providing our customers with the highest performance and most user-friendly products on the market and when our customers talk, we listen,” says Dr. Jack Zhou, COO for B&W Tek. “With these new enhancements, our customers will now be able to work faster and more efficient than ever, while still getting the high quality spectral performance B&W Tek has become known for.”

B&W Tek has also expanded its wide variety of service and support offerings to include on-site assistance with method and/or new library development and with IQ/OQ/PQ validation.

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