ASD has raised the bar, yet again, for analytical lab equipment with the introduction of the LabSpec 4 Standard-Res laboratory analyzer. Employing state-of-the-art near-infrared (NIR) spectroscopy, the portable spectrometer can quickly and nondestructively measure a wide range of materials with absolute precision.
Optimized to provide the most precise material analysis in the shortest amount of time, the LabSpec 4 Hi-Res spectrometer is the ideal analytical instrument for fast-moving laboratory environments.
Configured specifically for fixed-location analysis with AC power, the LabSpec 4 Bench benchtop analyzer provides all the performance of ASD’s LabSpec laboratory spectrometer line in a space-saving and cost-efficient design.
Quality control is a must during the manufacturing process, and managing the quality of incoming raw materials can greatly improve operational performance, produce better quality goods, and increase profitability. Near-infrared (NIR) spectroscopy is a safe and easy-to-use measurement tool for rapid, in-situ determination of the constituents and purity of raw materials. It allows for non-destructive sampling and inspection, often directly through plastic bags and other containers, thereby eliminating the need for messy and time consuming sample prep associated with many traditional analytical laboratory methods.
Shown right: The truly portable LabSpec laboratory analyzer in the goLab™ Mobile Work Station in use for raw material inspection on a loading dock.
ASD provides rugged, truly-portable, research-grade instruments, accessories, and software for real-time, on-the-spot inspection of materials through final product. ASD’s measurement solutions allow manufacturers to implement cost-effective 100% incoming inspection where and when it's needed—in the field, on the receiving dock, in the warehouse and production facilities, or just about anywhere else you can imagine.
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Raw material analysis is ideal for a variety of industries, including:
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