Supplied by our Photonics Division, we design and manufacture a range of spectrometers that use sophisticated fluorescence techniques to unlock the details of the most demanding applications. Our experience in pioneering developments in fluorescence spectroscopy is second to none, stretching over 35 years with almost 1000 systems installed in Universities and leading research laboratories worldwide.
Designed to meet the ever-increasing demand for fast, accurate and reliable measurements, the modular architecture of our spectrometers gives you the choice and flexibility to build a system to suit your application. The pedigree of our products guarantees you receive the highest performance and the highest specifications.
|The FS5 Fluorescence, Spectrofluorometer (Steady State, Lifetime, Phosphorescence)|
|The FLS980 Fluorescence, Spectrometer (Steady State, Lifetime, Phosphorescence)|
|The LP980 Laser Flash Photolysis Transient Absorption Spectrometer|
Supplied by our Sensors Division, Edinburgh Sensors, our existing products support a wide range of market segments and applications including biogas, brewing, process control, gas delivery, industrial manufacturing, personal safety, process control, and horticulture and landfill gas measurement by detecting and measuring the following gases: Carbon dioxide, methane, carbon monoxide and refrigerants.
Our range of gas sensors are available in either OEM format for integration into a customer system or as a complete monitor providing simple continuous monitoring and control of gas concentration levels.
Guardian NG - Infrared gas monitors offer near-analyser quality, continuous sampling, measurement and display of target gas concentrations. The ‘Guardian NG’ range provides high accuracy detection and measurement of either CO2 or CH4 gases, where detection level ranges of between 0 – 3000ppm and 0 – 100% by volume are required.
Monitoring and controlling indoor air quality is very important to ensure a healthy and safe living and working environment. IAQ is a comprehensive index, including room temperature, humidity, fresh air and a diverse range of low concentrations of air contaminants. The measurement of indoor air quality has, conventionally, been used for comfort control and the prevention of Sick Building Syndrome (SBS).