Lab Equipment : Spectrometers
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Surplus Solutions is your leading seller of used spectrometers with available inventory that is extensive and constantly changing. Spectrometers are used to measure the properties of light for a variety of applications including environmental or chemical analysis, fluorescence, or Raman. The basic function of a spectrometer is to take in light, break it into its spectral components, digitize the signal as a function of wavelength, and read it out and display it through a computer. Spectrometers are ideal for determining compositional makeup for detecting weak light signals. Spectrometers can also be used to test the efficiency of an optical filter in order to determine whether a filter has properly blocked or transmitted specific wavelengths.Types of spectrometers available include optical spectrometers, mass spectrometers, and magnetic spectrometers.
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SSLLC offers a large inventory of used spectrometers from top OEMs including Agilent, Beckman Coulter, Bruker, Shimadzu, Perkin Elmer and more.
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Product Model #: PinAAcle 900F
Product Code: 315335
The PerkinElmer PinAAcle 900F Atomic Absorption Spectrometer is for laboratories needing a high-performance flame atomic absorption (AA) spectrometer.
Product Model #: Optima 8000
Product Code: 306743
The Optima 8000 ICP-OES provides exceptional analytical speed, reduced spectral interferences, maximum light throughput, excellent spectral resolution, high analytical flexibility, and a compact benchtop design.
Manufacturer: Thermo Scientific
Product Model #: 1CAP6300 Duo
Product Code: 311338
The iCAP 6000 Series is a range of high performance ICP emission spectrometers which enables high sample throughput and application flexibility. The i