Infra-red-Spectroscopy (IR) is a physical method for analysis which works at wavelength from 800nm (NIR) to 500000 nm. UV-VIS Spectroscopy utilizes typically wavelengths between 200-800nm. The incident radiation causes different types of interaction with the sample, e.g. oscillations of molecules, which are detected and used to identify the constituents or their concentration.
The methods allow quantitative measurements of known samples and qualitative identification of unknown samples.
schematic diagram of the electromagnetic spectrum. The coloured areas are used for this methods.
By using the wide spectra of modern analytical methods and the excellent equipment present at Limedion, we will find an answer to all of your questions. The following methods are present in our labs:
According to requirements we use further methods e.g., High temperature infra-red camera, Ulbrich sphere, adhesion tester and salt spray cabinet.
In our branches surface analysis and material testing, we offer a certified quality management.
We are certified by the TÜV-CERT-certification bureau and satisfy the requirements according to DIN EN ISO 9001:2000.