Rigaku Raman Technologies Announces Rebrand to Rigaku Analytical Devices
News Jun 05, 2015
Rigaku Raman Technologies has announced that it will formally operate as Rigaku Analytical Devices. Building on Rigaku Raman Technologies’ expertise in handheld and portable Raman spectrometers, this pioneering new brand will deliver advanced spectroscopic analyzers that enable customers to achieve rapid lab-quality results at any time, any place.
With a strong heritage in bringing lab-based instrumentation into the hands of users in the field, Rigaku Analytical Devices is meeting the increasing need for tailored analytical solutions that provide easy, fast and reliable results for demanding applications.
The spectroscopic analyzers manufactured by Rigaku Analytical Devices are aimed at supporting the protection of public health and safety, aiding scientific research and academic study, and optimizing the recycling, reuse and quality of metal alloys.
The award-winning Progeny™ and Progeny™ ResQ™ handheld Raman analyzers for raw material identification and chemical detection showcase the integrated software, intuitive design and powerful capabilities that the company delivers while demonstrating the successful miniaturization of lab-based technologies.
“The launch of Rigaku Analytical Devices marks an exciting period of growth and the transition from Rigaku Raman Technologies reflects our commitment to the development of handheld and portable spectroscopic analytical solutions that are optimized for specific markets and applications,” commented Bree Allen, VP & General Manager at Rigaku Analytical Devices, “We aim to exceed our customers’ expectations by constantly looking for ways to improve the performance and functionality of our products. Our new brand will continue to build on our reputation for quality, reliability and expertise and we are looking forward to sharing our latest innovations with our customers.”
The company recently relocated its manufacturing operations to a facility in Wilmington, Massachusetts just outside of Boston. The 15,000 sq. ft. facility, which is certified to ISO 9001:2008, will support the development and manufacturing of innovative and high performance analytical solutions based on spectroscopic techniques.
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