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Shimadzu Releases Advanced Nanoparticle Analyzer.

Tokyo, Japan, Apr 7, 2006 - (JCN) - Shimadzu launched the SALD-7100, its latest nanoparticle analyzer, on April 6.

The new product adopts an ultraviolet laser diode (wavelength of 375nm), and can continuously conduct the size distribution analysis of nanoparticles. At the shortest, it can measure distribution at intervals of one second.

The product can analyze various types of particles, including fine particles, ultrafine particles and nanoparticles, which are used in coatings, pigments, foods, beverages, drugs, cosmetics and as such.

The SALD-7100 sells for 6,200,000 yen ($52,540). A minimum system configuration (the device and batch cell) is available at 6,870,000 yen ($58,220). Shimadzu aims to sell 30 units annually.

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Date:Apr 8, 2006
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