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NanoDrop Microvolume Spectrophotometers and Fluorometer

ACM2 Ltd. offers the only spectrophotometer for micro volumes with the trademark “NanoDrop” on the Bulgarian market. The spectrophotometers series for microvolumes comtain several models, depending on the specifics of your application. Only 1 μl of sample is sufficient to perform the analysis of nucleic acids (DNA / RNA) and / or proteins.

The new GCMS systems Thermo Scientific ISQ 7610 and Thermo Scientific TSQ 9610

We are pleased to inform you about the new series single and triple quadrupole mass spectrometers for gas chromatography Thermo Scientific ISQ 7610 and Thermo Scientific TSQ 9610.

While preserving the benefits of the previous mass spectrometers series, the new ISQ 7610 and TSQ 9610 allow for even easier operation and drastic reduction of maintenance costs.

The new standard in gas chromatography – Thermo Scientific TRACE 1600

We are pleased to present to you the new Thermo Fisher Scientific TRACE 1600 gas chromatography system.  Preserving the established advantages of the previous series TRACE 1300, Thermo Scientific builds on the gas chromatography systems with the latest technological solutions in the field.

TRACE 1600 and TRACE 1610 are with modular design to provide exceptional flexibility in all GC and GC-MS applications. TRACE 1600 series gas chromatographic systems provide simplified maintenance and maximum efficiency. For optimal convenience, the suite of iConnect injectors and detectors can be easily used for multiple TRACE GC systems in multiple configurations to adapt your instruments for priority samples and applications at no installation cost.

Thermo Scientific™ Nicolet™ RaptIR FTIR Microscope

We are pleased to introduce the new Nicolet RaptIR FTIR Microscope. You have been successfully using our proven microscopy solutions for many years and as they come closer to the end of the service, it/"s a good time to think about the replacement.

The new Thermo Scientific™ Nicolet™ RaptIR FTIR Microscope offers both a wide field of view and high resolution to help users get straight to work without added steps. Specialists and non-specialists alike can find and analyze the smallest samples in seconds, even with large or heavy samples.

The Nicolet RaptIR Microscope comes with powerful software that allows users to swiftly navigate and make sense of complex samples. Paired with the Thermo Scientific™ Nicolet™ iS50 FTIR Spectrometer, the system can acquire data for organic and inorganic samples such as pastes, gels, liquids, or powders.

Webinar series 2022 Food Safety

Do you want the recipe for success? Look what’s cooking this year…
Is your lab ready for current and upcoming analytical challenges?
This new webinar series is designed to highlight food safety issues that are important in the European, Middle East and Africa regions.

Modern microspectroscopy draws big information from tiny samples

Dear colleagues, Thermo Scientific is organizing an webinar in the field of FT-IR spectroscopy. The event will be held on February 1-st at 17.00 Bulgarian time. The speaker is Dr. Michael Bradley, Thermo Scientific FT-IR Spectrometers and Microscopy Product Manager. The presentation covers all types of applications of molecular spectroscopy. Participation is through registration and is completely free. For more information, please read here.

Thermo Scientific Nexsa G2 Surface Analysis System Demo

Thermo Scientific introduces the latest Nexsa G2 Surface Analysis System (XPS). The X-ray photoelectron spectrometer will be demonstrated in an upcoming webinar.

Virtual Global Microplastic symposium

Hear from analytical experts as they review the challenges associated with identifying and quantifying contaminants, like plastics in the environment. Learn the best methods to provide meaningful data and important insights on studying the microplastics in different geo-environment and different sample matrices.

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