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Starna offers NIR traceable photometric linearity reference sets

NIR.jpgStarna Scientific is now offering near infrared (NIR) traceable photometric linearity reference sets to pharmaceutical Q.A. labs and customer support organizations looking to qualify their NIR systems. 

Starna's NIR traceable photometric linearity reference sets offer Operational Qualification (OQ) and Performance Qualification (PQ) of the transmittance scale in the NIR using ‘industry standard' protocols. 

The sets are based on easy to handle, non-consumable Certified Reference Materials for qualifying the NIR Transmittance scale. The wavelength range covered is 1100 to 2850 nm, with a %T (A) range of 1.5 %T (1.82 A) to 61 %T (0.21 A).         

Starna's filters are produced in an ISO/IEC 17025 and ISO Guide 34 Accredited environment and are certified traceable to NRC (Canada). 

Starna, which has many years of experience gained preparing Visible Neutral Density filter references for ISO 17025 and ISO Guide 34 accreditation, produces ‘high quality' references for National Measurement Institutions (NMIs). 

Visit, email or call + 44 (0) 20 8501 5550 for more information.

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