Don’t miss our webinar tomorrow, 24th May! Discover how #RamanSpectroscopy is used to differentiate between various… https://t.co/9Qf6iiTaKq
May 23 2022 8:30am
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May 23 2022 5:12am
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May 21 2022 8:30am
Renishaw is a global company with core skills in measurement, motion control, additive manufacturing and precision machining. The company also specialises in the production of high quality optical spectroscopy products and is a recognised leader in Raman spectroscopy. The team of scientists and engineers within Renishaw’s Spectroscopy Products Division specialize in the development, application and production of high performance, configurable Raman spectrometers.
With a foundation built on sound engineering, these systems offer the highest levels of flexibility and performance and are used by academics and industrialists to tackle analytical problems across a broad range of application areas, including life science, chemicals; materials science; pharmaceuticals; semiconductors; forensics; gemmology; antiquities; and green energy, such as photovoltaics.
Renishaw’s Raman systems are easy to use and produce repeatable, reliable data, even from challenging samples. We aim to be a long-term partner, offering quality products that meet customers’ needs, both today and into the future, backed up by expert technical and commercial support.
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