Industry Leading Raman Spectroscopy

Our engineering team meets the performance and cost requirements for customers in industry, security, and the research and development markets.  SnRI delivers increasingly sophisticated readers and systems to meet our customers demands.  Our focus is to create the smallest and most accurate Raman technologies for material identification and verification.  We supply the advanced products by combining innovative optical designs with intuitive software interfaces .  We also deliver custom OEM products that can be tailored to various laboratory and field environments.  We create custom products for threat screening, anti-counterfeiting, drug development verification, and pharmaceutical quality control.



Handheld Raman

SnRI offers CBEx, a hand-held Raman identification system, featuring high sensitivity detection and robust search algorithms for fast confident results.  The 11 hour operational time from two AA batteries delivers flexibility in the field where rechargeable systems fail. The CBEx series is designed for pharmaceutical , security, chemical identification, explosive identification, and material identification.

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Raman Readers / Benchtop Raman

SnRI offers the Sierra Series, our most flexible Raman system with a choice of excitation wavelengths all featuring Orbital Raster Scan (ORS) technology.  Sierra was designed for research applications that require high sensitivity for complex materials.  For example, heat and photosensitive Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering (SERS) applications in both colloidal and solid substrate preparations.

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Raman Microscopy

SnRI offers Sierra Raman microscope configurations. The imaging component of the IM-52 is optimized for the collection of Raman scattered light. This combined with the high sensitivity Sierra platform results in a pronounced SNR improvement with quality imaging capabilities. Sierra IM-52 imaging system is the solution for demanding microscopic applications such as Raman analysis of graphene, art and archeology, SERS, and forensics.

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