Lab NMR System(Neclear Magnetic Resonance)

(핵자기공명 분광분석기)

AI-60 (QA/QC)

The ABB MB3000 is the most reliable FT-IR laboratory analyzer in the market with the lowest cost of ownership. Combined with the intuitive Horizon MBTM FTIR software, the MB3000 will facilitate acquisition, processing and analysis of samples.

Portable 60MHz FT Lab NMR Analyzer

Aspect AI-60 – a Multi-Function Total Lab Solution enabling 60MHz, High-Temperature Analysis for Laboratory and Inline Applications
Aspect AI-60 Lab NMR System’s permanent magnet design requires no cryogens as the system is powered by one standard wall outlet (110/220v). Samples can be run neat, in conventional protonated solvents, or, in deuterated NMR solvents.
Probes accept standard 5 mm or 10 mm NMR tubes. Flow cell and variable temperature (up to 140°C) are also available. Complete automation of all NMR tasks (Acquisition, Processing, Integration, Results Reporting) enables walk-up applications with minimum user training and/or experience


  • Multi Property analysis with one easy to use system
  • Reaction Monitoring
  • Simulation of process control / pilot
  • High temperature measurements of material properties (up to 140 C)
  • Multinuclear Capability (1H, 13C, 31P, 19F. etc)
  • Quantitative Results based on special software


AI-60 Lab NMR Analyzer DOC10000809 Rev.2


“Re-defining MRI in the medical, preclinical and industrial markets

Re-defining MRI in the medical, preclinical and industrial markets.
“Aspect Imaging is the world’s leader in the design and development of compact MR imaging and NMR systems for preclinical, medical and advanced industrial applications.

Aspect Imaging’s breakthrough technology—Compact High-Performance Permanent Magnets—offers unique and comprehensive solutions to the primary obstacles that exist in the current MRI market. These include: high purchase and maintenance costs; the technical complexities involved in operating and maintaining high-field MRI systems; safety-related issues; and the physical limitations regarding the placement of conventional MRI systems due to their active magnetic fields”