A Note From Reichert AI Regarding Coronavirus COVID-19
The Reichert tradition of precision instruments has a proud lineage of innovation that began with the first American-made microscope by Charles Spencer in 1838 and the founding of the C. Reichert Optical Company in Vienna in 1876. For the past 150 years, we have created almost every breakthrough in refractometry that has become a standard of the industry. Although our name has changed over the years, our commitment to innovation and quality continues in every product we design and build.
2007 - Reichert also introduces the pocket digital refractometer, the world’s most compact at 100g. From benchtop to hand-held, Reichert offers real performance and value. Brings to market the Abbe Mark III, which provides the features of a manual transmission Abbe as well as advanced digital and software features not found on other instruments in this class.
Reichert introduces the r2i300 compact automatic digital benchtop refractometer that delivers exceptional performance at a remarkable value in this category.
Reichert introduces a two-channel Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR) spectrometer for the study of molecular interaction in biology and chemistry.