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SPS-300 FTIR Main Assembly

The most powerful TeraHertz FTIR available in the mid and far IR Range, the SPS-300 is our second generation Martin-Puplett/Michelson Interferometer designed and built at Sciencetech's own facilities in London, Canada. With a wide variety of optional upgrades and components to suit any research application, the SPS-300 has been successfully used in Material Research, Biomedical, Medical, Astronomy, Aerospace, Superconductivity, Security, Defense and a wide range of other fields by distinguished customers including the European Space Agency (ESA), the National Aeronautics and Space Agency (NASA), the Max Planck Institute, the Argonne National Labs, The Canadian National Research Council, the Brookhaven National Lab, L'Institute d'Astrophysique Spatiale, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, and many universities the world over.

The instrument is designed for research applications and therefore features special hardware and software designed to allow the use of samples under many different research environments (High Vacuum, High & Low Temperature, High & low Pressures, High Magnetic fields, etc...) and conduct sensitive and fast "Rapid Scans" with the mirror moving continuously as the detector collects data. Sciencetech also supports the researchers with the design and manufacturing of custom made coupling devices and sophisticated sample chambers to meet specific needs.

Please contact your authorized Sciencetech technical sales representative to discuss how we can build a FTIR designed for your technical specifications.

143,610.00 143610.0 USD

143,610.00

SKU: 188-9001

Price Valid only in North America

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SKU 188-9001
Name SPS-300 FTIR Main Assembly
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