FTNIR laboratorium and online applications

FT_NIR will eliminate the use of wet chemical technologies. The FT-NIR can be used for both qualitative or quantitative analysis. It is present in many standard lab routines, but also in severe industrial areas. FT-NIR is a non-destructive method and offers many possibilities in the whole industry. There are no chemicals involved and several parameters can be analysed by one spectrum in a couple of minutes. The method is operator independent and results can be linked to the LIMS system or DCS in a control room.

The robustness of the device has lead to a frequent use of the system close to the process where operators can change the process according the results generated by the FT_NIR.

FTNIR can be used in powders and a spectrum is generated by reflection, whereas for liquids it will be done in transmission.
 

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