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Hitachi High Technologies America

Spectroscopy
Volume 28, Issue 12, pp. 51

Company Description



Hitachi High Technologies America, Inc. (HTA), located in Schaumburg, Illinois, is the North American division headquarters for Hitachi High Technologies Corporation (Tokyo, Japan). Hitachi has a distinguished 40 year history of providing a broad range of high-quality analytical equipment and services in North America. HTA comprises many divisions, including the Life Sciences Division located in Dallas, Texas. HTA's life sciences division markets, sells, and services UV-vis/fluorescence spectroscopy instruments, liquid chromatography systems, and amino acid analyzers. HTA's activities include applications, technical support and service, training, sales, and marketing.

Chief Spectroscopic Techniques Supported

  • UV-vis/NIR spectroscopy
  • Fluorescence spectroscopy
  • Ultra high-speed liquid chromatography
  • High performance liquid chromatography
  • Dedicated amino acid analysis
  • Diffraction gratings

Markets Served

Hitachi offers a wide variety of high-quality UV-vis/NIR and fluorescence spectroscopy systems designed for various applications from simple, routine analyses to leading-edge research-grade experiments.

Major Products/Services

Hitachi's new UH5300 UV-vis spectrophotometer is a compact and energy-saving double-beam system with a wireless-control capability. It incorporates the latest technology and can be operated wirelessly from an iPadŽ or wireless-enabled PC, or from a PC via a wired connection, providing a new way to work in your laboratory.

The state-of-the-art spectrofluorometer, the Model F-7000, has set a new standard in performance with ultra-high sensitivity (S/N: 800) and high-speed scanning (60,000 nm/min).

Hitachi's Chromaster and Primaide HPLC systems offer affordable and robust performance with seamless integration and unmatched reliability. Primaide is the culmination of 50 years in HPLC development and production. The Chromaster platform with extremely low system dwell volume provides the ultimate in conventional performance and method versatility.

The Hitachi L-8900 Amino Acid Analyzer continues to set the standard for performance and reliability, demonstrating unparalleled analytical sensitivity.

Facility

Dallas, Texas, is the headquarters for the Life Sciences Division and includes sales, marketing, service, and customer support. HTA also offers extensive field sales, service, and support capabilities throughout the US, Canada, and Mexico.

iPad is a registered trademark of Apple Inc.

Hitachi High Technologies America
1375 North 28th Avenue,
Dallas, TX 75261

TELEPHONE
(800) 548-9001

FAX
(972) 615-9322

E-MAIL

WEB SITE
http://www.hitachi-hta.com/LShome/

NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES
450

YEAR FOUNDED
2002

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