Product News: Specac to Showcase Latest Spectroscopy Innovations at Pittcon

07 Mar 2011

Specac will have all the latest innovations from their wide range of products on display at Pittcon 2011. The sales team and technical experts will be there for you to come and have a chat to at booth 2260. Specac has been a high quality manufacturer of accessories to the spectroscopic industry and beyond for over 40 years. During that time Specac has constantly been a market leader and strived to bring new and innovative solutions to the market place.

Specac products cover a range of techniques, including ATR, Diffuse Reflectance, Specular Reflectance and Transmission, for use on almost any sample in any state and under any number of conditions.

Specac also produces a wide range of sample preparation products for making pellets, discs or films for analysis. The “Atlas” range of presses and dies offer the right pressing solution for your needs, with loads limits of up to 40 Tons and programmable controllers for advanced applications or smaller, manual presses for simpler jobs.

Specac has a wide selection of infrared polarizers suited for any situation, ranging from the Opto-Physics range up to our Higher Extinction Ratio and Image Quality polarizers. Each available in a selection of substrates.

Recent new additions to Specac's product range include:

• 40 Ton Auto Press – The addition of this press to the Atlas range extends our pressing offering to 40 Tons and is designed for use in the XRF industry.

• 15 Ton Auto or Power Press – Fits neatly between our 8 and 25 Ton options to allow you to pick a press that is most suitable to your needs.

• Spectroelectrochemical Transmission Cell – Based on an OTTLE concept this cell allows the application of an electric field to the sample during analysis.

• “Envirochamber” Golden Gate top plate – This new top-plate has been designed for use when analysing hazardous samples that can be prepared in a contained environment then safely transported to the Golden Gate and spectrometer.

Please contact one of Specac's experts to see how we can help with your application.