Cuvettes and cells are used to hold samples for spectroscopic and fluorescence measurements and are made from quartz glass, optical glass, plastic, and other materials. In this article, we are going to introduce the following types of cuvettes and cells:
Flow Through Cuvettes and Cells, Quartz
Flow through cuvettes and cells are used with continuous flow measurements in the field of chromatography or system production, another application is sipper systems when individual sample measurements are aspirated into the flow cells.
A wide selection of designs of flow cell volumes, flow patterns, optical path lengths and tubing requirements are available with us to fit each application. It’s our effort to offer this wide range of cells and simplify the process of selection as much as possible.
The quartz cuvettes are accurate throughout the 190 nm to 2500 nm spectral range. If you have questions or need a custom design of flow cells, please email us and we will answer your requests promptly.
Both Ends Open Flow Cells
These types of cuvettes are bottomless and come without quartz or steel connectors.
Flow Through Cuvettes with Quartz Connectors
Flow Through Cuvettes with Steel Connectors
Demountable cuvettes are usually used in measurements of circular dichroism.
Flow Cells with Side Quartz Connectors
Flow Cells with Screw PTFE Connectors
Sub-micro Self Masking Flow Cells
The following self-Masking cuvettes are designed with black walls that absorb direct and scattered light.
Quartz Connectors Flow Through Cuvettes
M6 Connectors Flow Through Cuvettes
By using M6 threaded connectors, flow cells can be easily and securely connected to pump and manifold plumbing systems. The M6 type is standard metric threaded which makes a tight seal when threaded into the top of the flow through cells.
Steel Connector Micro Volume Flow Cells