Why choose Renishaw for Raman products?
When performance really matters, choose Renishaw
Renishaw is a partner you can rely on, now and in the future. Founded in 1973, Renishaw is a world leader in advanced measurement and manufacturing, winning many awards, including eighteen Queen's Awards for Technological Achievement, Export Achievement and Enterprise (Innovation). With over 4,000 employees and a global network of offices, we aim to be a long term partner backed up by responsive, expert, technical and commercial support.
Launching our first Raman spectroscopy product in 1992, we have been continuously developing Raman instrumentation ever since. Decades of experience ensure that our products can be trusted to deliver the results you need.
Find out more about Renishaw's history.
We draw upon the advanced design and manufacturing techniques used throughout the company to make high-performance, high-quality spectrometers. Our Raman systems are built with parts manufactured in-house and put through extensive and rigorous testing to ensure they are highly stable and reliable.
Our team of experts can help you before and after your purchase. Raman applications specialists can advise you on the best instrument configuration for your specific needs. Our worldwide Product Support team will install your instrument and provide a personalised 'start-up' training session. Later on, should you experience any problems, they can offer help and advice. With the ability to provide instrument diagnostics, servicing and adjustment remotely, or with a personal visit, we can tailor our support to suit your requirements.
A sound investment, built to last
By choosing Renishaw products you can be confident you have made a sound investment. Your Raman system will be easy to use and will produce repeatable, reliable data, even from challenging samples. And it will last.
What our customers have to say
inVia is an efficient, easy-to-use, easy-to-share system. It is pretty well perfectly suited to our requirements.
Dr Anna Swan
We chose the inVia for multiple reasons. The system delivers excellent Raman sensitivity and throughput. It also offers us high potential for automation.
Associate Professor Andrew Jirasek
University of British Columbia, Canada
We are using Raman microscopy for coloured painting analysis in this intense area of detailed research.
Dr. Yin Xia
Emperor Qin Shihuang's Mausoleum Site Museum, China
The key benefit is the ultra-high speed data acquisition system, which results in a higher sensitivity to measuring stresses in the materials compared to other Raman systems.
Professor Noboru Ohtani
Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan