UV/VIS Spectroscopy

Industry-tested analytical solutions

UV/VIS Spectroscopy: Meet your analytical challenges with our complete line of ultraviolet-visible (UV-Vis) spectrophotometers. Our award-winning designs and user-friendly software help you quantify, assess purity, and more. Rely on industry-tested solutions for the education, pharmaceutical, chemical, beverage, and basic research communities.

UV-Vis and Vis Instruments

Experience best-in-class photometric accuracy, ease-of-use, and reliability in an affordable package. From innovative microvolume spectrophotometers for life scientists, to breakthrough solid sampling accessories for high-end materials research, we have the UV-Vis spectrophotometer to meet your teaching and analytical needs.

SPECTRONIC Vis Spectrophotometers

Support your teaching goals. The Thermo Scientific™ SPECTRONIC™ 200 spectrophotometer is the standard for routine measurements in instructional and analytical laboratories. Designed for simplicity and speed, the SPECTRONIC 200 is a rugged, simple-to-use spectrophotometer that provides quick, easy measurements and years of trouble-free performance.


GENESYS UV-Vis and Vis Spectrophotometer

Experience exceptional performance at an attractive price. Thermo Scientific™ GENESYS™ UV-vis and Vis spectrophotometers offer powerful, agile performance, robust operation, ease of use, and low cost of ownership. The GENESYS 10S series instruments are optimized for educational or industrial use and offer great value and many features for their small footprint.


Evolution Uv-Vis Spectrophotometers

Transform your UV-Visible experience with the Thermo Scientific™ Evolution™ spectrophotometers. Simplified workflows, cutting-edge technology and an array of accessories consistently deliver the high-quality results you depend on.




Colour is an important parameter to ensure the quality of the final product, but also for monitoring and controlling individual process steps in the brewing industry. The colour of some beers is adjusted either with malt, roasted malt beer or by adding caramel. By continuously measuring the colour of beer, the dosage can be accurately controlled and monitored in the blending line.