FTIR academic choice programme

April 14, 2010

A2 Technologies is offering a programme with its FTIR technology for researchers and teachers in colleges and universities...

A2 Technologies is offering a programme with its FTIR technology for researchers and teachers in colleges and universities. For a limited period of time, academic customers ordering the company's Exoscan FTIR system will have a choice of a second sampling interface, the Exoscan docking station or Panorama Pro data analysis software, for free.

The company reports that current users of the system are researching and teaching activities such as geoscience, art and historical object conservation, engineering applications, analysis of polymer and paint coatings, surface analysis as related to material performance and general analysis of a range of solid and liquid samples.

The company's president, Graham Miller, commented, "We believe that the A2 FTIR Academic Choice Programme will enable more professors and students to become aware of the power of FTIR in applications that previously could not be tackled by traditional, lab-only systems."

For more detailed information on this offer and any of the products please visit the company's website at www.a2technologies.com