How NSG Precision Cells Spectrophotometer Calibration Standards Makes NIR Work Easier

For decades laboratories with NIR spectrophotometers were unable to properly calibration their machines. Now, in 2014 NSG Precision cells have released a set of spectrophotometer calibration standards that reach into the NIR range.

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NIR Calibration spectrophotometer calibration

NIR Calibration Superband Standard

Farmingdale, NY (PRWEB) July 20, 2014

NSG Precision Cells has been manufacturing spectrophotometer cuvettes, custom quartz glass optics, and spectrophotometer calibration standards for over 50 years. Throughout these years, NSG has released many products that have transformed the spectroscopy world. The most successful product has been their solid-state calibration standards.

NSG’s solid-state calibration standards have been replacing liquid standards since their release in 2008. NSG started manufacturing UV and VIS photometric calibration standards that worked from 200-700nm. Next, NSG released two wavelength calibration standards for didymium and holmium oxide. The latest addition to the NSG spectrophotometer calibration line is what NSG calls “Superband Standards.”

The Superband Standards are an amazing advancement in calibration technology. They take the old range of 200-700nm and push it much further. Superband Standards make it possible for researchers to calibrate their NIR spectrophotometers from 200nm all the way up to 3,000nm.

Not only does the Superband Standards offer a huge transmission range, they also come in many different optical densities. So whether a scientist needs a 0.2, 0.5, 1AU, etc., NSG has it covered. NSG can also custom manufacture spectrophotometer calibration standards to fit any labs needs.

Many top research companies have been using NSG Precision Cells calibration standards since their release. Organizations such as 3M, Roche, GlaxoSmithKline and NIH use NSG standards on a daily basis.

In addition, the new Superband Standards come with the special nano-depositioned layering that NSG coats all their solid-state standards. The nano-depositioned layer protects the neutral density glass from any type of aging. This allows the Superband Standards to never require re-calibration, since the core features of the neutral density glass are permanently locked in place.

The NIR calibration Superband Standards will also come with NSG’s special Lifetime Warranty. The Lifetime Warranty guarantees that if an NSG spectrophotometer calibration filter ever falls out of calibration, NSG will replace the filter for free, for life. NSG even pays the shipping both ways so the customer does not have to lay out one single penny.

Another great feature is that these standards are not exclusive to NIR spectrophotometers. The Superband Standards can be used in any UV-VIS spectrophotometer with a 10 mm standard cuvette holder. The NIR calibration filters can work with any laser height including 8.5 mm, 15 mm, and 20 mm.

NIR Calibration does not have to be a headache. When working in a lab the most important thing is to get accurate data. By using NSG’s Superband standards, a researcher will be assured that their results are 100% accurate.

NSG Precision Cells is the only company in the world that currently makes these NIR calibration standards. NSG always keeps these spectrophotometer calibration standards in stock so their customers get the parts immediately.

To find out more information about the NIR calibration Superband Standards, please visit http://www.precisioncells.com.


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