Shimadzu Corp.

Shimadzu provides a broad range of analytical instruments indispensable for research, development, and quality control in a variety of fields. Our high-level, sophisticated instruments include chromatographs, spectrometers, and elemental and surface analysis systems.

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    Nakagyo-ku
    Kyoto, 604-8511
    Japan

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  • Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy

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    Since the atomic absorption spectrophotometer was first launched in 1968, Shimadzu Corporation has remained at the forefront of the world inorganic analysis industry. Shimadzu still maintains an overwhelming market share with highly-regarded products that are selected as the market standard throughout the world. The extensive product range incorporates fully automatic general-purpose systems, a simple and low-cost AA instrument, and a dedicated soil and plant analyzer. They all share great ease-of-use, high functionality, and excellent reliability. Choose Shimadzu to dramatically enhance the productivity and reliability of your laboratory. Shimadzu products will meet all your demands.

  • Automated Infrared Microscope

    AIM-9000 - Shimadzu Corp.

    Shimadzu Scientific Instruments (SSI) announces the release of the AIM-9000 infrared microscope. With automated analysis functions and an enhanced wide field camera option, the microscope enables analysts of all experience levels to observe, measure, and analyze micro samples quickly and efficiently. Laboratories can use this microscope system to perform high-sensitivity analysis in fields such as electrical/electronics, forensics, pharmaceuticals, life science, foods, and chemicals.

  • BioEthanol Analyzer

    Shimadzu Corp.

    Shimadzu''s new BioEthanol Analyzer includes a complete turnkey system to analyze your important compounds of interest. The system includes the newest generation Shimadzu HPLC: the Prominence-i isocratic quaternary pumping system with the RID-20A Refractive Index Detector and Shimadzu''s liquid autosampler. Shimadzu also includes the latest column technology with the CHATA™ solvent system.

  • Continuous Emission Monitoring System

    CEMS - Shimadzu Corp.

    were historically used as a tool to monitor flue gas for oxygen, carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide to provide information for combustion control in industrial settings.[1] They are currently[when?] used as a means to comply with air emission standards such as the United States Environmental Protection Agency's Acid Rain Program,[2] other federal emission programs, or state permitted emission standards. Facilities employ the use of CEMS to continuously collect, record and report the required emissions data.

  • Data Management & Software

    Shimadzu Corp.

    Shimadzu introduced its first digital integrator in 1969. Since then Shimadzu has been a leader in the field of processing of chromatographic data. The microprocessor controlled Chromatopac series starting with the C-R1A and continuing today with the C-R8A is a continuation of that history. Shimadzu has also advanced over the years in the field of PC based data systems, progressing from a DOS-based system to today's Labsolutions Series Workstation.

  • Energy Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence Spectrometer

    EDX-7000/8000/8100 - Shimadzu Corp.

    The EDX-7000P and the EDX-8000P Energy Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence Spectrometers passed the BfS type approval, the safety standards prescribed by the German "Bundesanstalt für Strahlenschutz" BfS (Federal Institute for Radiation Safety). When a sample is irradiated with X-rays from an X-ray tube, the atoms in the sample generate unique X-rays that are emitted from the sample. Such X-rays are known as "fluorescent X-rays" and they have a unique wavelength and energy that is characteristic of each element that generates them. Consequently, qualitative analysis can be performed by investigating the wavelengths of the X-rays.

  • Energy Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence Spectroscopy

    Shimadzu Corp.

    The energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence spectrometer irradiates the sample with X-rays and measures the energy (wavelength) and intensity of the generated fluorescent X-rays to determine the type and content of the elements comprising the sample. As X-ray fluorescence spectrometry permits the non-destructive elemental analysis of solid, powder, and liquid samples as well as rapid, non-destructive testing for harmful elements in printed circuit boards and other electronic devices. It it is widely used by electronics and automobile manufacturers around the world for receiving and shipping inspections and other quality control in compliance with the RoHS/ELV Directive.

  • Fatigue Testing

    Shimadzu Corp.

    With improved reliability and safety called for as a result of environment problems and in electronic and transportation equipment, R&D is being conducted vigorously into high-performance, high-reliability materials and products. For this reason, the methods for evaluating the strength properties and reliability of these materials and products also have become advanced and complex. The Shimadzu Servopulser provides you with the functions for building a system that can flexibly and optimally accommodate various evaluations and tests of this kind.

  • Fluorescence Spectroscopy

    Shimadzu Corp.

    Spectrophotometers are instruments that measure the optical absorbance (absorption spectrophotometers) and the emission intensity of chemical substances. To determine the wavelength dependency, light from the light source is normally separated into wavelengths by a diffraction grating.

  • Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) Spectrophotometer

    IRSpirit series - Shimadzu Corp.

    Two models, the IRSpirit-T and IRSpirit-L, are equipped with a dedicated IR Pilot program that simplifies analysis and, in spite of their compact size, which is smaller than an A3 size sheet of paper, provide outstanding expandability. Despite their small footprint, these models have been engineered with a wide sample compartment that accommodates existing accessories from Shimadzu and other manufacturers.

  • FTIR Spectroscopy

    Shimadzu Corp.

    Shimadzu has released a variety of FTIR systems boasting high resolution and high sensitivity and a variety of associated instruments, such as an infrared microscope unit, to facilitate automation. These are utilized in a wide range of structural analysis or non-destructive measurement applications, such as to qualify the location of defects on IC chips and other small parts in electronics, electrical, and semiconductor industries, to qualify pharmaceuticals based on the Japanese Pharmacopoeia, to identify vehicles from paint fragments left at crime scenes, or to verify starting materials on beads as a pre-synthesis study in combinatorial chemistry.

  • Gas Chromatograph Mass Spectrometer

    GCMS-TQ8050 - Shimadzu Corp.

    Enhanced Sensitivity Leads to New GC-MS/MS Possibilities. The GCMS-TQ8050 features a new highly efficient detector and three noise reduction technologies that enable femtogram-level quantitative analysis. Also, the increased instrument robustness and safety provide dramatically improved reliability for ultra trace analysis.

  • Gas Chromatograph-Mass Spectrometry

    Shimadzu Corp.

    Designed to maximize laboratory productivity and minimize environmental impact

  • Gas Chromatography

    GC - Shimadzu Corp.

    A gas chromatograph (GC) is an analytical instrument that measures the content of various components in a sample. The analysis performed by a gas chromatograph is called gas chromatography.

  • Gene Amplification Reagent

    Ampdirect® - Shimadzu Corp.

    *DNA present in blood can be amplified directly.*No DNA extraction is required. Thus, risk of cross contamination and/or procedural error is dramatically reduced.*Only small volumes of blood are necessary (0.5-1µl ).*Various anticoagulants (including sodium citrate, dipotassium EDTA, and sodium heparinate) can be used.*Blood (citrated or EDTA-treated blood is recommended) stored frozen for long periods can be analyzed.*Simplifies PCR methods resulting in its use in a broad range of routine applications including mass screening.