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Newport Corporation's Oriel Instruments division has announced the Oriel IQE-200, which allows simultaneous measurements of both the external and internal quantum efficiency of solar cells, detectors or any photon-to-charge converting devices.

JPK Instruments has announced the latest of its nanotechnology characterisation systems, the ForceRobot 300, for single molecule force spectroscopy.


Laser 2000 has presented a new line of "light engines" designed to replace traditional light sources in optical instrumentation and, in particular, for bio-analytical applications.

Two new nitrogen generators, the ABN2ZA and the AB-3G, have been introduced by Peak Scientific. Both are specifically designed to operate LC-MS instruments manufactured by Applied Biosystems/MDS Sciex, producing nitrogen and dry air through three independent outputs at the required flow rates, purities and pressures.

Supercritical Fluid Technologies has launched the SFT-100XW supercritical fluid extraction system. This new, mid-scale SFE was developed to investigate the feasibility of applying supercritical fluid techniques to various analyses, processing challenges and QC/QA applications.

Starna Scientific has introduced an updated customer feedback system to assist compliance with ISO 17025:2005 guidelines.

The K1 re-circulating chiller from Applied Thermal Control has been designed to meet the cooling needs of today's high-tech instrumentation. The new robust design improves ruggedness without compromising its appearance. The machine delivers 1.75 kW of cooling power with a temperature precision of ±0.1°C, in a compact 520 mm × 420 mm footprint. The unit has high/low temperature alarms, fluid level and flow and pressure indicators fitted as standard. The K1 is provided with a choice of pumps to meet all flow rate requirements and also comes with a two-year guarantee.

Biochrom has launched the Anthos instant microplate solution (AIMS), a new package which contains all microplate instrumentation needed to run ELISA and other microplate-based applications. It is suitable for laboratories that handle a large number of absorbance-based assays which also need flexibility for future techniques. The package includes the Zenyth 200 microplate reader with cuvette UV-vis spectrophotometer, which is a monochromator-based instrument that reads 6–384 well plates at any wavelength between 190 nm and 100 nm, with temperature control. The built-in spectrophotometer saves bench space and there are pre-programmed cuvette methods for nucleic acid and protein measurements. The Fluido 2 four-channel microplate washer, which handles up to four different wash buffers, up to 50 different programs and 20 different plate types—including strip plates and round bottom wells. In addition, the package contains ADAP Prisma PC analysis software and a laser printer free of charge.

The new DSC-Raman system from PerkinElmer combines thermal analysis with Raman spectroscopy to provide greater insight into material changes at a molecular level. It combines the double furnace DSC 8500 with the RamanStation 400 spectrometer, enabling simultaneous analysis of chemical and structural information from the spectrometer and correlating it with the calorimetric data of the DSC. Tests using the hyphenated techniques have given greater insight into polymer crystallisation, drug–carrier interactions, curing and polymorphic changes.

The Ortec business unit of Ametek has introduced the DigiDart-LF, a portable multi-channel analyser for sodium iodide, lanthanum bromide and other scintillation detectors. The rugged, lightweight analyser is completely operable without a PC and can perform a variety of measurements directly in the field or on site, storing a large amount of spectra in an internal memory. Its built-in backlit LCD display and control keypad create a live display as data is acquired and its advanced low-power design provides digital stability, high data throughput and up to 12 hours of operational life from a single battery.

Issue: 21/05 RSN: 113 More information via

Alfa Aesar has published a new Research Chemicals Addendum that includes products which have been added since the publication of the 2008/2009 full line catalogue. The new addendum features over 400 new products, many of which are novel fine organics, including new boronic acids, silanes and silanols, chiral diamines and fluorochemicals. Other new products include nanomaterials, pure metals, alloys and analytical standards. Many of the new products in this catalogue are only available from the company.

Alfa Aesar Issue: 21/05 RSN: 142 More information via

The new Techne catalogue introduces new cooling products and the company's extended thermal cycler range. Over 50 full colour pages illustrate their temperature control and science equipment for life sciences, research, clinical and general laboratories. Two significant additions in the new catalogue will solve sample-cooling problems in many labs. The N°ICE electronic ice bucket contains ceramic-coated beads to support any shape vessel and the BL°CKICE cools tubes held in two Dri-Block inserts. Both maintain a set temperature in the 0°C to 40°C range. Their range of personal thermal cyclers is joined by the expanded capacity TC-3000X and the TC-3000F, a small gradient model. Users of standard thermal cyclers will welcome the appearance of the new-look TC-4000 and TC-5000. Also included in the Techne range are temperature-controlled water baths, Dri-Block heaters, cell culture equipment and molecular biology products such as hybridisation incubators.

Axiom Analytical's FDR-1800 Series NIR diffuse reflectance probes can be fabricated in virtually any length, providing the capability for process monitoring in full-scale batch reaction vessels. Such vessels often include glass lining or heating coils making probe entry from the side impossible. However, the new probes can be made long enough for top entry, even in the largest reaction kettles. A feature of the design is the use of Axiom's window sealing technique involving a direct sapphire to metal-welded pressure seals. A high degree of chemical resistance is assured because the only materials in contact with the process are sapphire, high nickel alloys and a thin flash of gold or PTFE. The compliance required to withstand extreme temperature cycling is provided by the nickel alloy seal which is compressed at high pressure prior to welding, eliminating fatigue and stress failures.

Axiom Analytical Inc Issue: 21/02 RSN: 156

Bruker Biospin have launched two new ultra-high NMR magnets which, when combined with the Avance III spectrometer, will deliver improved sensitivity and resolution, enabling new research applications in structural biology research, membrane protein structure determination and a growing number of materials research applications. The two-story 900 MHz WB US2 expands the range of available shielded UHF wide bore magnets from 850 MHz to 900 MHz and combines the company's Ultrastabilised and Ultrashield technologies. The compact 850 MHz US Plus actively-shielded magnet can be placed in a single story laboratory, lowering the barriers for researchers to operate at this UHF strength. Its compact size and small stray field improve siting flexibility and reduce site preparation costs. This standard bore (54 mm) magnet also benefits from Ultrastabilised and Ultrashield technology for improved protection against external perturbations

Bruker BioSpin Issue: 21/02 RSN: 157

Protea Biosciences has launched its new protein recovery technology platform, the GPR-800. The new benchtop instrument uses an advanced, proprietary, multi-channel microfluidic chip technology which allows the biologist to prepare “mass spectrometry ready” protein samples in less time. It uses a protein surfactant that solubilises the protein, then degrades it, eliminating any interference with the mass spectrometer. The plastic microchips allow recovery in a closed system, with minimal dead volume, ensuring no introduction of contaminants.

Protea Biosciences Issue: 21/01 RSN: 121
Pfeiffer Vacuum has won an R&D 100 Award for the development of its HiPace turbo­pumps. Pfeiffer Vacuum celebrated 50 years since their invention of the turbopump in 2008.

Pfeiffer Vacuum has developed the HiCube turbo-pumping stations for applications in the fields of research and development, accelerators, analysis and surface physics as well as vacuum process technology, electron beam welding and leak detection systems. The modular design principal offers versatility that satisfies a wide range of requirements in the 35 L s–1 and 685 L s–1 pumping speed range. They offer a combination of a turbo-pump from the HiPace series and a dry or oil-sealed backing pump designed for the user's specific application needs and come fully configured and ready for immediate employment. All connections are consolidated at the rear of the unit, the turbo-pump can easily be removed from the housing and connected to a recipient or system, as all the individual components are easily accessible and oil changes are simple to perform on the rotary vane pumps without the need for any special tools.Pfeiffer Vacuum UKIssue: 21/01 RSN:

Andor Technology has announced the latest addition to their Shamrock series of spectrographs. The new Shamrock SR- 500i imaging spectrograph offers enhanced multi-track capabilities and imaging quality for simultaneous multi-fibre-optic probing and direct-coupling micro-spectroscopy applications. Configurable with up to two inputs and two outputs, the SR-500i is compatible with a wide range of accessories including the mirror-based F/# matcher, swappable grating turrets and shutter and fibre-optic bundles. The versatility of the instrument means researchers can easily tailor and upgrade their system to adapt to changing needs.

Andor Technology Ltd Issue: 21/01 RSN: 108

nLight has announced the expansion of its Pearl solid state laser platform into wavelengths from 879 nm to 888 nm with increased electrical–optical efficiency and power levels up to 100 W. Power levels up to 100 W are available at 879 nm, 885 nm and 888 nm with the company's PowerCore fibre at 400 µm or 600 µm and the increased operating efficiencies result in significantly less heat. Using Pearl with upper-state pumping of Nd:YAG or Nd:YVO4 enables the design and manufacture of air-cooled diode-pumped solid state laser systems. Due to the single emitter architecture, narrow spectral widths of less than 3.5 nm full width at half maximum can be maintained. nXLT diode technology enables long lifetime, even under harsh conditions with repeated on/off cycles, whilst the PowerCore fibre provides consistent beam quality and power transmission independent of fibre layout and ­movement.

Issue: 21/01 RSN: 107
Pfeiffer Vacuum celebrate the 50th anniversary of the turbopump in 2008. Regular production of the first turbomolecular pump started at Arthur Pfeiffer GmbH in 1958. This achieved a pumping speed of 150 L s–1 and weighed 95 kg.