FTIR for Manufacturing Industries
Keit opens up new horizons for when and where spectroscopy can be applied.
Fourier Transfer Infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy is a well-established analytical technique in the laboratory, but conventional instruments are bulky and fragile: susceptible to vibration, temperature changes, and requiring flexible, lossy interconnects to the reaction vessel making the use of them in the manufacturing floor impractical.
Unlike standard systems, Keit uses a novel optical design with no moving parts. It is impervious to vibration, weather, and rough operating environments. The dependable IRmadillo™ FTIR spectrometer performs with no remote sampling or long fibre-optic cables making it ideal for manufacturing environments for process monitoring and control.
The IRmadillo FTIR spectrometer tells production and chemical engineers about their processes at the time of reaction by being mounted directly onto their production equipment rather than conventional analysis techniques that requires continual sampling and analysis in a remote stable environment.
The application of FTIR spectroscopy can be successfully used across a variety of manufacturing industries.