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  • Spectrum Two Spectrometers
Feb 2011

SEER GREEN, England, Feb. 22, 2011 — For high-speed infrared analysis, sample quantification, and materials identification and quality verification, PerkinElmer Inc. has introduced the Spectrum Two Fourier-transform infrared spectrometers designed to perform rapid analytical measurements and suited to a wide range of materials and markets.

Easy to use and compact, the devices are suitable for unknown substance identification, materials qualification and concentration determination, and they can be operated across applications as diverse as fuel and lubricant analysis, pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, environmental and polymer analysis, and for teaching these methods in academic laboratories.

The instruments' low-maintenance design and operational simplicity enable their use by non-experts and in non-laboratory environments.

Dedicated systems using the Spectrum Touch next-generation user interface have also been developed to meet the needs of application-specific quality control analysis. Incorporating user-friendly touch-screen technology, Spectrum Touch allows results to be obtained quickly.

The instruments' innovative software and patented features ensure consistency and repeatability, and a humidity shield protects against environmental effects.

The Spectrum Two analyzers represent a milestone in the company’s Corporate Social Responsibility initiative, through reduction of the carbon footprint of manufacture, packaging and transportation. Reducing the impact on the environment was integral to the design process, by creating small and lightweight infrared instruments and selecting materials from recyclable sources. This design philosophy will also help customers reduce their own carbon footprint and operating costs by minimizing the instruments’ power consumption.

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