Shimadzu Scientific Instruments (SSI) is the American subsidiary of Shimadzu Corporation, headquartered in Kyoto, Japan. Founded in 1875, Shimadzu is a $2 billion multinational corporation with three major divisions: Medical Diagnostics, Aerospace/Industrial, and Analytical Instruments. The Analytical Division is one of the world´s largest manufacturers of analytical instrumentation and environmental monitoring equipment. In addition to Japan, Shimadzu products are manufactured in China, the Philippines, the U.K., and in Portland, Oregon. International sales, service, and technical support facilities are located in Germany, Singapore, Australia, China, Brazil, and Turkey, with numerous regional offices and distributors worldwide.
Gas Chromatography GC-2010 Plus The GC-2010 Plus enables reliable, high-precision trace analysis with outstanding repeatability, utilizing the full suite of detectors that feature best-in-class sensitivity. Read More
Gas Chromatography GC-2014 Ideal for routine analysis in the R&D lab or industrial setting, the GC-2014 utilizes the high-end technology of the GC-2010 Plus to cover a wide range of applications from capillary to packed column analysis. Read More
Gas Chromatography GC-8A The GC 8 is a single inlet, single detector, gas chromatograph. It's very simple yet robust design makes it perfect for a teaching lab or for a dedicated application in a QC environment. Read More
LC-2010HT Liquid Chromatography LC-2010HT is an integrated HPLC system full of the most advanced technologies. LC-2010HT provides you with high performance and useful functions which help you do chromatography more productively. Read More
Prominence UFLC Liquid Chromatography The goal of high-speed HPLC is to enhance the laboratory's productivity. We believe that analytical data obtained from high-speed HPLC must be as reliable as the data from conventional HPLC. Read More
Prominence UFLCXR Liquid Chromatography In order to investigate minute quantities of impurities in pharmaceuticals and pesticide residues in food products, both the ability to separate and detect trace compounds more reliably and increased analysis efficiency are required. Read More
SIL-30ACMP Liquid Chromatography To speed up R&D in such areas as pharmacokinetics (drug manufacturing), it has become increasingly necessary to analyze large numbers of samples at high speed and high precision. Read More
Gas Chromatography GC-2014 Higher-level repeatability of carrier gas is indispensable to high data reliability. More accurate electronic flow controllers set and maintain flow rates in multiple modes automatically eliminating human error. Read More
Gas Chromatography GC-2010 Plus The Shimadzu GC-2010 Plus represents a new generation in top end capillary GC analysis, redefining sensitivity limits for trace analysis, fast GC applications, and easy, robust operation. Read More
Gas Chromatography GC-8A GC that meets increasing analytical requirements, GC that can analyze instantaneously, GC that is tough and useful, The GC-8A is a gas chromatograph that makes these dreams come true. Read More
Nexera Liquid Chromatography Nexera is a next-generation UHPLC system designed specifically to meet the needs of an expanding range of ultrafast and high-resolution applications. Read More
Prominence nano Liquid Chromatography In the nano flow-rate range, stable solvent delivery and solvent consumption volume are important. The LC-20ADnano equips nano flow-rate control mechanisms for each pump independently. Read More
LC-2010HT Liquid Chromatography HPLC is currently one of the primary tools used in a wide variety of fields including pharmaceuticals, food products, general chemistry, and environmental analysis. Read More
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