Raman spectroscopy is ideally suited for:
- Non-destructive and in-situ analysis of pigments
- Archaeometric analysis of ancient pottery
- Non-destructive high level protection of artworks
- Identification of artworks
RamMics M1064® Raman Microscope integrates the opportunities of the EnSpectr R1064®Raman Analyzer Scientific Edition and Olympus BX43 microscope adapted both for transmission and reflection measurements.
EnSpectr professional UV-VIS-NIR spectrometer F1200® is a universal device for visible region spectral analysis.
SERS-active substrates can be used in different forms: as wafers with various combinations of dielectric and metallic layers (SERS substrates)
EnSpectr L405® sets new records at blue-violet wavelengths. It is a unique luminescent analyzer that combines highest resolution and superior sensitivity in a compact design.
EnSpectr R532® is a unique instrument that combines the advantage of a portable probe system with the performance of a highly specified laboratory instrument.
The professional EnSpectr L365 Spectrometer is a low-cost miniature device for spectral analysis that offers a quick and simple solution to the problem of detecting colorless natural diamonds.
Raman Microscope RamMics M532® integrates the capabities of EnSpectr R532® Raman Analyzer Scientific Edition and Olympus BX-43/BX51 microscope adapted both for transmission and reflection measurements.
MixSplitter automatically scans powder mixtures and identifies their composition ensuring up to 0.1% contaminant identification
EnSpectr R1064® is a unique instrument that enables to obtain Raman spectra in those applications where the Raman scattering signal is largely exceeded by fluorescence.
Enable identification of various chemical compounds in extremely low quantities (up to several molecules)