UV-Vis spectrophotometers are used to measure analyte concentrations in scientific research, school and college labs, and quality control and quality assurance facilities. A recent survey conducted by Lab Manager Magazine revealed that ease of maintenance/low operating costs and excellent reproducibility were that factors that had the most people look for when purchasing a UV-Vis spectrophotometer. Other factors – in order of importance – are ease of use, wavelength accuracy, better sensitivity and resolution, price, warranties, fewer acquisition and analysis of data, service, and safety.
UNICO is a leading manufacturer of scientific equipment and offers various models of high quality spectrophotometers which meet the above-mentioned qualities. The UNICO 1100 series are reliable and economical, and ideal for use in educational, clinical, industrial and environmental labs.
The UNICO 1000 is a sturdy, easy-to-use model that is just right for student use in high schools and colleges. Its in-built secondary filters promote accuracy as they reduce stray light. A large digital display facilitates reading of values.
UNICO’s S-1200 spectrophotometer series has reliable and expandable features. It is economically priced and comes with absorbance, transmittance and concentration modes with automatic zeroing and blanking as well as single button push operation and Windows-based application software for easy data collection.
The SQ-2802 series from this manufacturer features an advanced single beam design comprising four models. The PC models come standard with Windows based application software and offer excellent performance for measurements. The large sample chamber can accommodate a large number of cell holders and accessories.
Finally, UNICO’s S2150 series is ideal for demanding lab environments. These Visible and UV/Vis spectrophotometers feature an extended key panel for easy operation and convenient programming. They also have a very intuitive menu and a large onboard memory capable of storing up to 200 test methods.
With so many models to choose from, professional guidance from your reliable lab equipment supplier is the best way to purchase the spectrophotometer that’s right for your lab.