How much does an Eft-NMR Cost?
A new 60MHz instrument with 1H/13C/19F capabilities costs $80,000; its 90MHz counterpart will be in the $130,000 range. There are many add-ons and configurations available.
There are two main variables that determine system cost.
- The largest variable is field strength (Frequency) when determining cost of new instruments.
- Probe capabilities also impact cost, but are a less significant factor in overall cost of the instruments.
Anasazi Instruments offers a wide range of programs to assist with your budgeting restrictions. There are financing options, lease and rental options, customizable purchasing plans, as well as a frequent inventory of refurbished instruments.
How much do superconducting NMR systems cost?
Superconducting instruments start around $150,000 (lower fields 300MHz) up to $5,000,000 for the most powerful instruments readily available (900 MHz). Superconducting instruments have a significant technical advantage in field strength but will come with a significant cost to maintain (life cycle cost) with the need for cryogens (~$10,000/yr or more) along with the potential requirement of a dedicated team member. The Eft, a permanent magnet, ensures extremely low maintenance costs for the lifetime of the instrument.
How much do benchtop NMR systems cost?
Benchtop instruments cost between $40,000 to $120,000. With benchtop instruments there can be another variable in pricing. Some manufacturers of benchtops will market their higher performing (homogeneity / lineshape) magnets at a higher cost.
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