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Renishaw Adds to the Comprehensive Imaging Options Available with its inVia Confocal Raman Microscope
Renishaw, a world leader in metrology and spectroscopy technologies, will be exhibiting at Pittcon 2015 & giving a paper on transmission Raman imaging.
The inVia system enables users to study the widest range of samples with the broadest range of Raman imaging techniques. Renishaw's unique suite of complementary imaging options make it easy for users to get the chemical and structural information they need. On booth #2808, Renishaw's experts will explain the collective benefits of each technique and how the addition of transmission Raman provides maximum flexibility.
Applications Scientist, Pippa Law, will give a presentation on transmission Raman on 9 March, at 2.30 pm. She will explain how transmission Raman mapping is an attractive method for the fast, quantitative analysis of bulk material homogeneity. With a focus on pharmaceuticals, she will demonstrate the significant benefits that transmission Raman mapping offers over static Raman transmission, for applications such as tablet dose and blend uniformity.
Join Renishaw at Pittcon, or contact a local sales representative to discover how the inVia confocal Raman microscope can generate outstanding Raman images.
Renishaw is a world leading engineering technologies company, supplying products used for applications as diverse as jet engine and wind turbine manufacture, through to dentistry and brain surgery. It employs over 3,700 people globally, some 2,400 of which are located at its 15 sites in the UK, plus over 1,300 staff located in the 32 countries where it has wholly owned subsidiary operations.
For the year ended June 2014 Renishaw recorded sales of £355.5 million of which 93% was due to exports. The company's largest markets are the USA, China, Germany and Japan.
The Company's success has been recognised with numerous international awards, including seventeen Queen's Awards recognising achievements in technology, export and innovation.