Cryogen-Free Magnet Enables Bruker Benchtop NMR

Using a cryogen-free permanent magnet, Bruker has developed a new nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer that is benchtop size and can be routinely used in a wide variety of laboratories. No infrastructure is needed for the new Fourier 80, making maintenance easy and cost of ownership minimal. 

An 80 MHz system, it can be installed in a fume hood or on a lab bench yet offers the highest data quality and stability for its power. With excellent lineshape, resolution and sensitivity, the performance of the benchtop, combined with an intuitive software interface, means any lab can now incorporate the definitive analytical answers only nuclear magnetic resonance can provide, says Bruker.