Founded in 2004, Magritek is the global leader in manufacturing cryogen-free benchtop Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectrometers for the analytical instrument market. Magritek's revolutionary 80 MHz, 60 MHz and 43 MHz Spinsolve family of benchtop NMR models offer the highest sensitivity and resolution available in the market. These portable systems are robust and easy to use, allowing modern NMR methods to be performed on the chemistry lab bench or inside the fume hood next to a reactor. Spinsolve NMR spectrometers are used daily by scientists in research labs to quantify and identify sample compositions, confirm reaction completions and elucidate unknown molecular structures.
Magritek customers include the top universities and chemistry research groups in the world, as well as leading companies in the pharmaceutical, fine chemical, petrochemical, forensics, food and polymer industries, amongst others. Decades of world-class research by the teams of Ampere prize winner Professor Bernhard Bluemich at RWTH Aachen University, and Gunther Laukien prize winner Paul Callaghan at Massey University and Victoria University of Wellington led to the exceptional technology found at the core of Magritek's products. Magritek has offices in Germany, USA and New Zealand, as well as a worldwide network of partners to help support its customers.
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Run NMR samples without leaving your chemistry lab
Spinsolve is a revolutionary multinuclear NMR spectrometer that provides the best performance of any benchtop system available today. With its small footprint, low weight and low cost you can have powerful, high resolution NMR spectroscopy in the chemistry lab, alongside other analytical instruments such as IR, GC, LC, MS, FTIR and Raman systems. Spinsolve now comes in several convenient models.
Spinsolve 80: the best performance of any benchtop NMR available today
Spinsolve ULTRA: enhanced resolution (50% < 0.2 Hz) combined with solvent suppression methods expands the range of benchtop NMR applications to ones where sub-millimolar concentrations of substances can be quantified in the presence of neat protonated solvents.