Lastek is pleased to announce that it has been appointed Australia and New Zealand distributor for the Confocal Raman Imaging and other high end Raman products made by Nanobase Inc, of South Korea.

Nanobase offers four main types of Raman spectroscopy instruments:

XperRF: The high end confocal Raman spectroscopy imaging system with a FLIM feature

XperRAM S Series: Standard model of confocal Raman spectroscopy imaging system

XperRAM C Series: Economical Raman system that offers one laser/filter option

XperRAM M Series: Macro Raman system featuring  high performing spectrometer

Highlights of these systems include:
  • High sensitivity
  • Modular design
  • Multi-function: Confocal/3D Raman imaging, fast 2D scanning, Photoluminescence (PL), Electroluminescence (EL), Fluorescence lifetime imaging ( FLIM), etc.
  • System Expandability and Customization
  • Cost effectiveness

Download 2020 Nanobase Raman Instrument Brochure here.

Nanobase has a strong capability to provide tailored Raman products to meet specific requirements from different customers. They also provide prototype manufacturing and by-invitation test services. They provided customization service to more than 120 customization projects. 

Nanobase's customization service includes:

  • Integration of Nanobase's instruments with other functionalities
  • Integration of Nanobase's modular product parts with your own lasers, spectrometers, microscopes
  • Design of instruments involving modification of laser beam paths 
  • Many more possibilities (just ask us!)  

Download Nanobase Customization Guide here.

With over 80% market share in South Korea for Raman spectroscopy instruments, Nanobase's customers include renowned manufacturers like Samsung and most prestigious Korean universities. Their research and development team is filled with exceptional professionals with masters or doctorate degrees in bio / nano / mechanical / computer science engineering who zero in on development of industry leading products. Nanobase, Inc. is also the sole holder of grating-mirror related patent in the U.S, China, and South Korea and has eight other domestic patents in hand.

Contact Lastek today to discuss how Nanobase Raman spectroscopy instruments can benefit your research.