Top 5 Reasons to Choose Edinburgh Instruments as your Molecular Spectroscopy Supplier
Edinburgh Instruments are world leaders in research, development and manufacturing of state-of-the-art molecular spectroscopy instrumentation. We specialise in Photoluminescence, Raman, UV-Vis and Transient Absorption, and have been industry pioneers for over 40 years.
The work we do is routed in the principle of precision and we pride ourselves in creating the highest quality and performance instrumentation possible. This is why we have the most reputable international institutions as our customers. They understand that using an Edinburgh Instruments product means you have a guarantee of quality and an assurance of excellence.
However, we also appreciate that choosing a provider for your spectroscopy needs can be challenging. In this quick read we look at the top five reasons you should choose Edinburgh Instruments as your molecular spectroscopy instrumentation provider.
An Established Company, at the Forefront of Innovation
Based in Scotland, Edinburgh Instruments was founded in 1971 by Professor S. D. Smith OBE. With over 40 years’ experience we have remained at the forefront of fluorescence spectroscopy research and development providing a range of superior equipment to R&D institutes across the globe.
Our staff are key to our success. As world leaders we seek the best people from around the world. We invest in their knowledge and skills and celebrate their success. We have a formidable team of international scientists and engineers enabling us to manufacture and distribute the best molecular spectroscopy equipment from our Scottish HQ.
Tailor Made Molecular Spectroscopy Equipment
We understand that each customer is unique. Working on a diverse range of projects from across the world, we take time to learn about their research and development and listen carefully to their requirements. This enables us to provide bespoke solutions to fit their needs and we can personalise our instrumentation and software to ensure that they deliver maximum productivity and accuracy at all times.
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When you purchase equipment from Edinburgh Instruments you can rest in the knowledge that it comes with ongoing support. Our global service teams provide a full installation service and can help you set up your equipment ready to start recording your measurements. Your continued success and the durability and reliability of your equipment is our priority. To this end, our team of scientists and engineers are always on hand to provide guidance and advice.
Pre Purchase Sample Measurements
When you buy from Edinburgh Instruments, you want to be sure that you are investing in the right technology to help you with your research. Tell us about your work, the measurements you are hoping to take and our team of in-house scientists will be happy to run sample test measurements on your materials to ensure that the instrument and configuration of your instrument is the right one for the job.
Application notes and research articles
We have a wealth of application notes and research articles freely available for download on our website. Find out how others are using our equipment for their research and perhaps find the answer to a problem you may have been struggling with.
Popular application notes include:
- Kinetics of Photocatalysis Reactions Studied by Transient Absorption Spectroscopy
- Photoluminescence Spectroscopy of Carbon Dots
- Identifying Thermally Activated Delayed Fluorescence (TADF) using an FS5 Spectrofluorometer
- Photophysical Characterisation of Perovskite Quantum Dots
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Contact us Today
If any of these five reasons have persuaded you to choose Edinburgh Instruments as your equipment partner, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. Simply let us know how we can help you in your spectroscopy research. You can contact us via email, the enquiry form, or on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. We look forward to hearing from you.