Keit Voted Best New Product at GCC Jan 2018 – IRmadillo
Keit announced that their rugged FTIR spectrometer, IRmadillo, was voted the Best New Product Showcase Winner at the recent Gulf Coast Conference (GCC) held in Houston, Texas 18-19 January 2018. Vying with nearly 20 other competing technologies from among 180 exhibitors for the honour of the title, Keit’s IRmadillo won over the the GCC’s Oil & Gas industry attendees. The Keit instrument successfully demonstrated its true innovation in process analytical technology with rugged features and significant benefits.
Every year, the Gulf Coast Conference brings together hundreds of professionals for the advancement of knowledge of chemical analysis technology associated with the Petrochemical, Refining, and Environmental fields. The IRmadillo FTIR spectrometer was a perfect fit for the conference and was successfully showcased by Keit’s US Distributor, Quantum Analytics.
About the IRmadillo™, an in situ production FTIR Spectrometer
The IRmadillo is a solid-state FTIR spectrometer that provides real-time reaction analysis for better process monitoring and control in manufacturing environments. The IRmadillo FTIR spectrometer is built tough and certified safe for use in hazardous and potentially explosive environments. A novel and vibration-tolerant analytical instrument, the mid-infrared spectrometer is compact and robust. Unlike any other FTIR, the Keit instrument can be mounted directly onto manufacturing vessels or connected to process lines enabling continuous, real-time reaction analysis of liquids and slurries.
About Keit Spectrometers
Keit Spectrometers provides rugged technology for real-time, in-line process analysis of liquids in manufacturing environments. Started in 2012 at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (RAL) in Oxfordshire, England, Keit provides better monitoring solutions to companies in the UK and abroad for improved manufacturing processes. The IRmadillo’s innovative design enables manufacturing industries to make faster production decisions for reduced waste and better resource management.