Scientific Research & Laboratory Equipments

Hitachi focuses on extensive research and development, transformative technology, and systems innovation. Our goal is to unfold new possibilities and create new value through scientific endeavors that strengthen the connection between science and social progress. At Hitachi, we innovate to help provide significant contributions towards critical fields like education, science, agriculture, healthcare, and environmental preservation to establish the groundwork for building a safer society.

Electron Microscopes and Focused Ion Beam

Electron Microscopes and Focused Ion Beam

We manufacture products designed to meet the most stringent requirements in material science, biological research, and industrial applications. Hitachi offers a wide range of electron microscopes, including standard and variable pressure Scanning Electron Microscopes (SEM), Transmission Electron Microscopes (TEM), Atomic Force Microscopes (AFM), sample preparation units for SEM, and TEM and Focused Ion Beam (FIB) systems.

Analytical Systems

Analytical Systems

Hitachi is at the forefront of fueling discoveries that transform society and strengthen the infrastructure of industries like healthcare, education, agriculture, and science. Our chromatography systems include UHPLC (Ultra-High Performance Liquid Chromatographs) , Amino Acid Analyzers, and chromatography data systems that provide excellent solutions to life science and chemical labs. Hitachi’s wide range of high-caliber scientific instruments also includes advanced Analytical Systems, engineered meticulously to enhance precision and increase performance.

Ion Linear Accelerator Systems

Ion Linear Accelerator Systems

With a variety of ion linear accelerator systems in our portfolio, Hitachi delivers linac based proton accelerators are designed to effectively replace cyclotron systems for the production of positron-emitting isotopes. We also provide accelerator systems, designed specifically to deliver long-term operations within different industrial environments. Our accelerator systems are already in use at multiple proton synchrotron facilities to conduct cancer therapy treatments and further physics research.