Materials analysis laboratory

Raman spectroscopy

Two different Raman spectrometer systems are available for structural analysis of materials. On the one hand, a large laboratory system from Renishaw with three different laser excitation wavelengths (532nm, 632.8nm and 785nm), high transmission and high spectral resolution. On the other hand, a fiber-coupled compact Raman spectrometer (at 532nm excitation) for quick overview spectra.

Labor 1, Soliton Laser- und Messtechnik GmbH

Laboratory Raman spectroscopy

The Raman spectrometer from Renishaw is particularly characterized by its high flexibility and reliability. Depending on which materials are to be examined, it offers the possibility of using different excitation wavelengths in order to specifically avoid fluorescence effects and to adapt the system to the material as best as possible.

At Soliton we offer you the opportunity to measure your own samples for you without any obligation. You can either send us the samples or visit us in Gilching near Munich and we will carry out the measurements together with you.

Labor 2, Soliton Laser- und Messtechnik GmbH

Process Raman Spectroscopy

The compact Raman devices from Enwave Optronics are particularly suitable for process applications where the optimal excitation wavelength can be determined in advance. This gives you the opportunity to use a stable and compact Raman device at a fraction of the cost of a laboratory device.

Enwave Raman spectrometers are available in wavelengths of 532nm and 785nm.

Labor 3, Soliton Laser- und Messtechnik GmbH
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