What Are The Benefits Of Using A Benchtop NMR Spectrometer?

60 MHz benchtop NMR spectrometer

NMR Spectroscopy is one of the most used analytical techniques in any chemistry laboratory. This important analytical tool can help chemists and other scientists analyze a sample's molecular structure without destroying the sample. As such, a 60 MHz benchtop NMR spectrometer is an invaluable tool in the modern laboratory.

So why should you consider upgrading to a modern benchtop NMR spectrometer?

Traditional low field NMR spectrometers are bulky, out of date pieces of equipment. They can be difficult for a single person to move on their own and are prone to frequent breakdowns without constant preventative maintenance. These older NMR spectromters also require regular servicing to ensure the onboard magnet continues to function properly. Thanks to their compact, lightweight design and a number of advanced features, 60 MHz NMR spectrometers from Nanalysis will improve laboratory workflow and research productivity.

Integrate With Other Devices

If you're looking for a modern 60 MHz benchtop NMR spectrometer, the NMReady-60PRO is top of the line.

The compact, all-in-one enclosure can be plugged into any standard power outlet. It also features a large 10" LCD touchscreen display, which can easily be used when the operator is wearing gloves. The on-board software is user friendly and features reliable WiFi connectivity. On top of that, there are ports for USB, HDMI, RS-232, and Ethernet cables. This means data can quickly be downloaded, shared, and analyzed in a variety of ways. Not only can you easily analyze 1D and 2D spectra directly on the display screen, but your spectra will also be saved as JCAMP-DX files, which can be analyzed with your third-party software of choice.

Avoid Queuing in the Laboratory

Getting an experiment ready, preparing the spectrometer, and then conducting the analysis can be time-consuming. However, you can avoid queuing in your chemical laboratory by using a new 60 MHz NMR.

You can simplify routine data collection by creating separate logins for every researcher who uses the spectrometer. Each user's experiments can be instantly loaded for faster analysis. Pulse programs can be instantly loaded from pre-existing NMR experiments, too. Advanced users can also design their own multi-pulse, multi-channel experiments. This lets you minimize the time between analysis, resulting in faster overall research productivity.

Reduce Analytical Costs

It is evident that the cost of conducting chemical tests has been increasing in the last few years. Many chemical laboratories have been forced to outsource their analytical needs.

However, with 60 MHz benchtop NMR spectrometers, you can conduct this analysis yourself. The equipment is highly affordable and has little additional repair and maintenance costs. It can easily be used to make and pre-screen samples within a short period of time, hence saving money.

Lightweight and Portable

Historically, spectrometers have been fixed in a single desktop area where they cannot be moved. However, with the emergence of portable NMR spectrometers, these important devices can easily be moved. Your new 60 MHz benchtop NMR spectrometer can be moved to the area or laboratory where it's needed. It can also be easily transported to a different site.

Multinuclear Capabilities

With a dual-tuned spectrometer, you can acquire spectra for two conventional spin active nuclei. This lets users easily analyze a wide range of natural and synthetic samples. And with the advanced kinetics module, users can collect multi-spectra data over a pre-set period of time. Reaction monitoring has never been easier with Nanalysis 60 MHz NMR spectrometers.

If you're tired of your bulky, out-of-date NMR spectrometers, then the time has come to upgrade. With a benchtop NMR spectrometer from Nanalysis, you can maximize laboratory's research productivity. Our modern benchtop spectrometers are easy to use, cost-effective, and reliable. To learn more about our benchtop NMR spectrometers, contact our team today.