ASD & Malvern Panalytical Merge
Customers familiar with ASD’s online resources, webinars and technical background will soon see a complete change as the company’s merge with Malvern Panalytical takes effect
The Malvern Panalytical website will be launching soon; you’ll be able to continue to access ASD products and information.
In keeping with our commitment to valued customer service, your bookmarked pages on the ASDI.com website will map to the corresponding page on our new website.
The files, manuals, and information currently found in the support portal of ASD will be located in the ‘Resource’ section of the new website.
ASD is now represented by the ‘Malvern Panalytical’ logo found below. “ASD” will still be used as a brand name.
ASD’s excellent range of field spectroradiometers won’t change.
PAS is honoured to represent ASD’s world-class field-portable UV/Vis/NIR/SWIR spectroradiometers in Australia/New Zealand, providing important data solutions in:
- Atmospheric research
- Forestry, ecology and plant physiology studies
- Light energy measurements
- Spectroradiometric calibrations
- Ingredient testing for dietary supplements and natural products
- Lipid, protein and fatty acid analysis of grains and food products
- Analyzing mineral content in soils
PAS offers an extensive range of ASD instruments for remote sensing applications in the field with the FieldSpec® line; for geology, mining and mineral applications with the TerraSpec® line; for materials analysis (food and pharma) applications in the lab environment with the LabSpec® line; and, for quality control and continuous on-line measurement applications with the QualitySpec® line.
NEW: Microsoft® Windows 10 support for ASD software packages includes RS3 Spectral Acquisition (for remote sensing data acquisition and analysis) and IndicoTM Pro Spectral Acquisition (for data acquisition and chemometric analysis) softwares. Additionally, ASD will be shipping field and instrument controllers with Windows 10. Continued enhancements to core instrument spectrometers and other critical components have dramatically improved overall performance, signal, and integration speeds compared to earlier models.