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B&W Tek Announces New Addition to NanoRam® Product Line

Published: Saturday, February 22, 2014
Last Updated: Saturday, February 22, 2014
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NanoRam FP - Designed for nondestructive identification and verification of materials.

B&W Tek, Inc. has announced a new addition to the NanoRam® product line, the NanoRam FP.

The NanoRam FP offers the same benefits of the original NanoRam but with even more versatility provided by a flexible fiber optic probe; making it perfect for convenient sampling in warehouse settings and other hard to reach places.

The probe has a trigger feature and LED indicator lights to show pass/fail results, making it easy to sweep through samples without needing to view the screen of the instrument.

“We’ve really put a focus on sampling utility,” says Katherine Bakeev, Director of Applications for B&W Tek, Inc. “The ultimate goal is to expedite the identification process and make the job of the technician as easy as possible, so we developed this addition to the NanoRam product line with that concept in mind.”

The NanoRam product line of handheld Raman instruments is specifically designed for nondestructive identification and verification of materials such as APIs, excipients, intermediates, & finished products.

Compact and agile, these handheld units can be used by non-technical users to rapidly identify samples in the lab, warehouse, loading dock or field, helping to eliminate quarantine areas and expedite materials through the manufacturing lifecycle.


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