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Identify chemicals anywhere with this handheld Raman analyzer

By Chemical Engineering |

B&W Tek

B&W Tek

TacticID-1064 is a new handheld Raman analyzer for realtime identification of unknown substances in the field. The TacticID-1064 is said to possess the ability to identify more samples with better accuracy and faster speed than similar Raman devices. It is based on an advanced third-generation 1,064-nm technology, providing improvements in fluorescence elimination, lower detection levels and faster response time. It also allows for safe and direct measurement of dark substances. The TacticID-1064 has a large and comprehensive onboard library included, but also allows users to create and import customized libraries. The system comes equipped with a built-in camera to capture photos at the scene to be included in the test report, which can be exported directly onto a USB drive for convenience. The TacticID-1064 displays both GHS and NFPA 704 chemical safety information, providing additional actionable data. — B&W Tek, Newark, Del.

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