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NSG Precision Cells Offers Dye Laser Cells for Sirah and Quanta Ray Dye Lasers

The NSG factory located in Japan which has been functioning since 1938 is known for its quality customer care and expertise which spans over 50 years. The factory is ISO9002 certified for its quality assurance in its production, service and installation. It has also received certifications for several domestic quality assurance.

 

Quanta Ray Dye Cell

 

Using advanced technology, NSG Precision Cells has developed dye laser cells for its Quanta Ray and Sirah Dye Laser machines.

NSG develops fine quartz optical products, numerous cuvettes, quartz microchips, flow cells and dye laser cells and specializes in quartz and glass production. It supplies these products to the United States and International market.

A cost-effective and quality dye laser cell is very difficult to find, but NSG offers a solution to this problem by providing these dye laser cells to meet present laboratories needs. The dye laser cells have high quality standards and are reasonably-priced.

NSG also customizes dye cells to fit special requirements other than the dye cells for Quanta Ray and Sirah Lasers. These advanced dye cells are manufactured using a fire hydrolysis process; they are meticulously examined and tested for any defects before delivery.

High-quality techniques like the Fire fusing technology fuses silica quartz to develop items for scientific applications like dye laser cells and spectrophotometer cuvettes. Since these are made out of fused silica quartz, they are stable to chemical elements and compounds, and can withstand highly concentrated acids other than hydrofluoric acid. They are also resistant to thermal shock.

Fire hydrolysis method is used to produce quanta ray and dye laser cells. Transparent quartz glass has an Absolute refractive index determined at a wavelength of 193.368 nm to around 1.560835 with high quality optical properties in the far ultra violet range.

Source: NSG Precision Cells

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