Established in 1997 as a producer of custom solutions utilizing diode lasers and diode-pumped solid-state (DPSS) lasers B&W Tek has evolved as a multifaceted company with expertise in photonic laser, spectrometer, and chemometric technologies producing spectroscopy and laser instrumentation. Our business spans mobile spectroscopy solutions including a full line of portable Raman and handheld Raman systems, building block spectrometer and laser components for system integrators, and customized solutions for targeted application needs. In July 2018 B&W Tek became a Metrohm group company, together with becoming one of the largest solutions-providers for applied Raman spectroscopy.
We provide solutions for the pharmaceutical, biomedical, chemical, safety and security, medical devices, and research and educational communities. B&W Tek continues to be an industry-leading, total solutions provider, coupling our core technologies with custom design and manufacturing capabilities.
B&W Tek Honored by 2018 Laser Focus World Innovators Award Program
B&W Tek Announce Completion of its First 6 Episode Series on Educational Videos
Product Line Of Smart Spectrometer Expanded
Optical Spectroscopy Solutions Company Launches New Website
B&W Tek Launch New Site Showcasing Their Optical Spectroscopy and Laser Systems
B&W Tek Announces a Quantum Leap in the Evolution of Miniature CCD Spectrometer Technology
Handheld Raman Spectrometer Takes Out Laboratory Equipment 2012 Award
B&W Tek Introduce Next Generation Spectral Data Acquisition Software
B&W Tek Celebrate 15 Years Serving the Photonics Industry
B&W Tek Launch High Performance Small Diameter Raman Probe
B&W Tek Release Next Generation Handheld Raman Spectrometer
New State of the Art Chemometric Software and Enhanced High Resolution Raman Spectrometer Announced By B&W Tek
B+W Tek Introduce New TE Cooled Fiber-Coupled InGaAs Array Spectrometers
High Resolution TE Cooled CCD Array Spectrometers for Raman Spectroscopy
B+W Tek Introduces Preconfigured Glacier X Miniature Fiber Coupled Spectrometers
Academic Partnership Program to Assist with Breakthrough Innovations
B+W Tek Introduces i-Raman Spectrometer
B+W Tek Rolls Out Quest Series Fiber Optic Spectrometers for LED Binning Applications
B+W TEK Introduce Updated Miniature Fiber Optic Spectrometers
B+W Tek Rolls Out Fiber Coupled NIR Spectrometer with AutoZero Function
New Fiber Coupled NIR Spectrometer from B+W Tek
B+W Tek Open New European Office in Germany
B+W Tek Introduces Glacier X Spectrometer for Low-Light-Level Detection Applications
B+W Tek Introduces TE Cooled Fiber Coupled Spectrometer for Low Light Level Measurements
Educational Video Series on Handheld Raman Spectroscopy
Identification of Counterfeit Medicines Using Raman Spectroscopy
Introduction to TacticID Handheld Spectral Analysis Instrument
Measuring Alcohol Contents Using Raman Spectrometer
Sample Measurement Using Portable Raman Spectroscopy
TE-Cooled Spectrometer with Extended InGaAs Detector: Sol 2.2A
Sol™ 1.7 900 - 1700nm NIR TE Cooled InGaAs Array Spectrometer
Glacier™ T: Compact, High-Performance TE-Cooled CCD Spectrometer
NanoRam Handheld Raman Spectrometer
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Dr. David Dung
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Matthias Sachsenhauser, Ph.D.
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Dr. Keith Paulsen
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