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FT/IR-4000 Series FTIR with KnowItAll™ JASCO Edition

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The new FT/IR-4000 series of FTIR spectrometers has been designed for efficient and trouble free user-friendly routine analysis.

The innovative hardware technology incorporated in this range of products provides a remarkable increase in the signal to noise ratio when compared to any instrument in its class.

Quick and Easy operation with JASCO QuickStart™ System.  Perform routine measurement as well as automatic data processing functions all at the single push of a button.

Simply from "Press to Print" it couldn't be easier.

Product FT/IR-4000 Series FTIR with KnowItAll™ JASCO Edition
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