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NSG’s New FUV Absorbance Standard Series for UV/VIS Spectrometer Calibration

May 10, 2013

NSG has just released its new FUV-0.3 and FUV-1 filters to complement its FUV absorbance standard series for UV/VIS spectrometer calibration.

Farmingdale, NY (PRWEB) May 10, 2013

With up-to-date technology, NSG Precision Cells is honored to announce their newest FUV absorbance standard series. As a leader in the spectroscopy industry, NSG Precision Cells is pleased to announce two new additions to the FUV absorbance standard and stray light series, the FUV-0.3 and the FUV-1.

With over 50 years´ experience and expertise, NSG Precision Cells is recognized as a frontrunner in advanced quartz technology and quality products like the newest absorbance standard. These filters are uniquely honed to be the most accurate and durable for spectrometer calibration and remain the only standards in existence that never requires recalibration. The FUV absorbance standard is extremely robust as well as NIST compatible and is highly recommended for all types of laboratories for spectrometer calibration.

NSG Precision Cells is highly experienced in forging, constructing and fine-tuning superior products like cuvettes, flow cells, UV/VIS spectrometer standards and numerous other industry-leaders. The FUV absorbance standard and stray light series for spectrometer calibration will meet the growing needs of today´s laboratory scientists since it is easy to use and does in one filter what is usually required from six. Additionally, NSG provides full product support after purchase and an unheard of lifetime warranty which is unparalleled by its competitors.

The main advantage of NSG´s combined stray light and absorbance standard filters 3 filters is that they are the only combined stray light/absorbance accuracy filters with the range of 200-700nm. Each number following the FUV designates a separate optical density at which absorbance and stray light tests can be carried out (e.g. the FUV0.5 has an optical density of 0.5 and can be used in tandem with other NSG filters at that density). The NSG FUV-0.5 stray light filter is the only absorbance standard that can be used to verify stray light performance for spectrophotometer calibration in both in the UV and VIS range.

One FUV absorbance standard replaces over 12 liquid-based stray light and absorbance filters of leading manufacturers, which saves customers hundreds of dollars on the cost of purchasing and recalibrating liquid stray light filters. An additional benefit is that having one NSG filter instead of 12 of the competitor´s filters saves customers a tremendous amount of money on recurring verification fees.

There are countless benefits of using the FUV absorbance standard series: Firstly, pinpoint accuracy is ensured and consistent, reliable spectrometer calibration is guaranteed every time. No NSG filters will ever have to be replaced due to material aging. Secondly, researchers can save countless hours of time lost from recalibration since these filters never have to be recalibrated and sent away for expensive servicing. All NSG filters are easy to handle due to scratch-resistant coating and they can be used for spectrometer calibration. Aside from meeting or exceeding NIST-930e requirements the FUV series is also NIST compatible. The FUV absorbance standard series can test photometric accuracy in the UV and VIS range and also calibrate for Stray light performance of spectrometers in the UV and VIS ranges.

Recent developments in nano-technology have allowed NSG to develop state-of art solid-state filters which hare rapidly replacing liquid filters, offering customers substantial savings on filter replacements.

About NSG Precision Cells

NSG Precision Cells, Inc. was founded in 1958 and has been growing ever since. NSG Precision Cells, Inc. is a well established, highly regarded quartz manufacturer and we specialize in the manufacturing of quartz flowcells, quartz flow channel cuvettes, quartz microchips, quartz cuvettes, and other quartz optical products.

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