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Fourier 80

Advance your analytical capabilities and strengthen your curriculum with high-performance NMR in an easy-to-use, compact benchtop system. Tackle the challenges. Remove the barriers. Advance discovery.

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The Fourier 80 can be installed in the fume hood or on the bench without the need for new infrastructure, providing easy maintenance and minimal cost of ownership.
80 MHz
The Fourier has been designed for the highest data quality and stability at 80 MHz, with excellent lineshape, resolution and sensitivity.
Adjustable temperature for the Fourier 80 allows samples to be measured from 25°C up to 60°C
Fourier 80 HD: Designed for performing complex molecular structure analysis mimicking high field NMR resolution

The Fourier 80 is an 80 MHz high-performance nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) benchtop spectrometer designed for the routine laboratory in either research facilities or university settings.



See how the Fourier 80 can be used in labs with high-field systems to maximize productivity.
Adjustable Temperature for Fourier 80

Fourier 80 Benefits

  • Compact footprint, designed for the routine laboratory use
  • Easy maintenance and minimal cost of ownership
  • Perform complex molecular analysis
  • Provides higher sample throughput
  • Optimized synthesis and process control directly on the bench
  • Automated data interpretation
  • Use Bruker high-field system workflows on the benchtop
  • Suitable for comprehensive range of applications
  • 减少错误和maximizes efficiency

Technical Features

  • 80-MHz high performance, cryogen-free permanent magnet
  • Superior spectral quality for precise results
  • Automation for up to 120 samples
  • Adjustable temperature (25-60°C)
  • On-line reaction monitoring with patented temperature-controlled transfer lines and controlled reaction path
  • Pulsed field gradient
  • Full flexibility with use of TopSpin software
  • GoScan software provides pre-defined, dedicated workflows
  • Push-button operation


  • Structure verification
  • Process optimization & control
  • Academic/Basic Research and advance discovery
  • Forensics and narcotics profiling
  • Authenticity and quality analysis of olive oil
  • Quantification of ethanol content in hand-sanitizers
  • For hands-on training in colleges and universities



Education for EduLab

Science students should learn a wide range of analytical techniques, but the infrastructure and maintenance needs of full-blown Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) and Electron Spin Resonance (ESR) spectrometers can limit access. So, Bruker has created special editions of FT-NMR and microESR benchtop instruments for colleges and universities to be used for a wide range of experiments in a teaching laboratory.

Narcotics Analysis for CrimeLab

In the field of forensics, the chemical identification of unknown substances is an emerging challenge. Narcotics and other drugs are often unidentified, new psychoactive substances require sophisticated analytical techniques such as NMR for identification.

Reaction Monitoring for RxnLab and RxnLite

Designed for the analysis of chemical and bioprocesses by NMR, InsightMR portfolio is ideal for both industrial and academic scientists studying, optimizing and controlling reactions. InsightMR’s two components, a flow unit and dedicated software, enable online monitoring of (bio)chemical reactions in real-time under real process conditions.

NMR for Olive Oil Profiling

Strengthen your brand’s image and ensure your product’s quality and authenticity with NMR-based Olive Oil-Profiling

行业/小时ygiene Solutions

Hand hygiene has been at the center of the global response to the COVID-19 pandemic, with alcohol-based sanitizers playing a key role. However, several reports indicate that hand sanitizer fraud is prevalent. Rapid testing methods such as benchtop Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy can determine the alcohol content or percentage volume (% vol) of hand sanitizers in seconds, preventing fraud.

Regulated Environments

GxP enabling kit with new software tools specially designed for state-of-the-art data integrity and compliance according to 21 CFR, part 11 principles.

Chemistry application for ChemLab

Bruker’s chemical analysis and metrology solutions accelerate the development of future chemical products and help ensure better product quality and performance.

NMR for Poloxamers/Polymers

This application note describes how Bruker’s FT-NMR benchtop spectrometer, the Fourier 80, was used to quantify the oxyethylene weight percentage in poloxamers.

End to End Mixture analysis with Benchtop NMR

The Fourier80 Chem Lab with Mixture Profiling Module is a non-expert NMR solution for routine analysis in manufacturing environments.

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Operating Frequency: 80 MHz (1H) (Corresponds to 1.88 Tesla)
Nuclei: 1H,
1H/13C,1H/31P or1H/129Xe
1H/13C|19F (contact us for more)
1H Sensitivity: Measured on 1% Ethyl Benzene:
1H-only systems: ≥ 240:1 or ≥ 220:1 when pulsed field gradient incl.
1H/X systems: ≥ 180:1 or ≥ 160:1 when pulsed field gradient incl.
1H/13C|19F: ≥ 120:1, optimized for X performance
Gradient strength: ≥ 0.25 T/m (25 G/cm)
Adjustable temperature: 25°C - 60°C*
Automation: PAL RSI sample changer; up to 120 samples + 12 reference samples
1H Resolution: (@ 50/0.55/ 0.11% signal height)
Standard: ≤ 0.4/ 15/ 30 Hz
HD option: ≤ 0.3/ 10/ 15 Hz
Digital Lock: External, no deuterated solvents needed
Sample Tubes: standard 5mm diameter, 7’’-long NMR tubes: compatible with Young tubes
Dimensions: ~50 cm x 70 cm x 60 cm (Height x Width x Depth)
Weight: ~94 kg
Lab Temperature: 18-28°C; Measurements at sample temperature > 40°C: 18-25°C
Lab Infrastructure needed: no liquid nitrogen or helium required
no water cooling required
power consumption typically <300 W
power: 100 – 240 V, 50 – 60 Hz
no additional venting required
AT needs compressed air or nitrogen at 5 bar max.
*Incoming supply gas temperature must be min.5°C lower than the target temperature



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Nouveautés et événements

News & Events

March 15, 2022

Introducing NMR Olive Oil-Profiling 1.0™ Solution for Quality Control and Authenticity Verification to Enhance Supply Chain Integrity

ETTLINGEN, Germany, March 15, 2022 – Bruker today launches a new NMR Olive Oil-Profiling 1.0™ solution for authenticity verification and quality control of olive oil, which is one of the most adulterated food products worldwide. This further expands Bruker’s food analysis solutions portfolio and will be offered on two nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) platforms, the established NMR FoodScreener™ 400 MHz platform, and also on the cryogen-free Fourier 80 benchtop system.
March 10, 2022

Announcing New Fourier 80 Benchtop FT-NMR Capabilities for Pharmaceutical and Food Analysis Markets

BILLERICA, Massachussetts – March 10, 2022: Bruker Corporation (Nasdaq: BRKR) today announces new capabilities for its benchtop Fourier transform (FT) nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectrometer, the Fourier 80, which does not require special lab infrastructure or cryogens, and offers excellent 1H sensitivity of 200:1 for gradient spectroscopy proton probes. A new adjustable temperature option increases experimental flexibilty, while new solutions for pharma and food analysis provide improved synthesis and process control, bringing NMR capabilities to more research and analytical laboratories.
October 19, 2020

Bruker Introduces Routine Gradient Spectroscopy and Robust, Industry-Standard PAL® Automation on High-Performance Fourier™ 80 Benchtop FT-NMR System

ZUERICH——(业务线)——力量公司(Nasdaq: BRKR) announces the European launch of the high-performance Fourier™ 80 system, a next-generation, 80 MHz Fourier Transform Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (FT-NMR) benchtop spectrometer, now with major new capabilities.

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