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Frontier FT-IR/FIR Spectrometer

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Extend your IR capabilities into FIR with Frontier™. The IR/FIR system combines optimum performance in both mid- and far-IR regions, enabling you to readily adapt the system to match your exacting research needs.

Research grade performance coupled with inherent flexibility provides a configurable platform for advanced experiments.

  • Excellent performance over the ca. 700-30cm-1 region due to our high performance interferometer
  • Automatic beam-splitter change over ensures fast and easy switching between ranges
  • Innovative design results in minimal purge stabilisation time

The comprehensive Spectrum Software suite drives the Frontier IR/FIR system and can support advanced FT-IR analysis in research and industrial laboratories, always providing optimal results. Compliant options are readily available for those working in regulated environments.

The intrinsic flexibility of the Frontier IR systems enables us to offer a unique selection of specialized application accessories in addition to standard sampling options.

Product Frontier FT-IR/FIR Spectrometer
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