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Keit Spectrometers believes in putting the power of FTIR spectroscopy onto the manufacturers’ production floor.

 

Keit’s microFTS® design is a Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) spectrometer that is smaller, lighter and more rugged than any current system. Able to perform in extreme environments, the microFTS® was originally designed for space applications where these attributes are paramount. The microFTS® offers a new gold standard for real-time liquid-state analyses in the Pharmaceutical, Chemical, Oil & Gas, and Food & Beverage industries.

 

What’s different? The microFTS® has no moving parts, setting it apart from other FTIRs based on the Michelson interferometer. Unlike these devices, which tend to be large, heavy and vulnerable to shock and vibration, the microFTS® is compact, light-weight, and shock- and vibration-resistant making it ideal for use on the production floor. The novel design eliminates the need for remote sampling or fibre optic cables required in current systems.

 

For further information on FTIR check out our technology page. To see what Keit Spectrometers can bring to your operations, visit our applications page , read our latest news & events or visit us at the upcoming conference APACT 2016 (20-22 April 2016, Chester, UK).

WATCH our NEW YouTube Video to see our rugged FTIR spectrometer operate without missing a beat.
 

Keit Spectrometer’s microFTS® received positive results in an independent performance test. If you’d like to receive copies, please complete the form and we’ll send you the analysis.

ADVANTAGES

  • In-Line ApplicationIn-Line Application
  • Compact & LightweightCompact & Lightweight
  • Immune to VibrationImmune to Vibration
  • Mid InfraredMid Infrared
  • Hyperspectral ImagingHyperspectral Imaging
  • Highly DependableHighly Dependable
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About Keit

Keit spun out of the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (RAL) in Harwell.

RAL is part of the Science & Technology Facilities Council (STFC), one of the seven UK Research Councils and conducts research into particle physics, space science and photon science.