IRmadillo at FEW 2018: The ONLY Process FTIR for the Bioethanol Producer
See Real-time Differentiation of Multiple Sugars, Ethanol, Methanol & Organic Acids and Lactic acid
We’ll be exhibiting at FEW 2018 on 11th-13th June in Omaha, Nebraska (Booth 1333) — You’ll see us demonstrating our compact, online mid-infrared spectrometer at the largest, longest running ethanol conference in this industry. FEW 2018 is co-located with Advanced Biofuels Conference 2018, a complementary event tailored for industry professionals engaged in producing, developing and deploying advanced biofuels including cellulosic ethanol, biobased platform chemicals, polymers and other renewable molecules.
Right at our booth we’ll be monitoring — live — an active fermentation process with the Keit IRmadillo FTIR spectrometer. We’ll show how easily our real-time process analyser works to monitor feedstock sugar consumption and alcohol concentrations.
Have your cake and eat it too…Come Celebrate New Instrument
Drop by the Keit booth for a slice of cake on Monday, 11th June. From 5:00pm-6:30pm. At booth #1333 we’ll be handing out celebration cake to mark the new IRmadillo model to be released this year – the Steamy IRmadillo. Pick up a small gift as a thank you, and get to talk about the Steamy IRmadillo, an FTIR model customised for use in industrial environments that require sterilise-in-place (SIP) procedures.
Application Notes – Industrial Fermentation & Bioethanol Process Monitoring
Why wait for FEW? Read the Keit application note on monitoring an Industrial Fermentation Process.
Or get right to reading about how the IRmadillo monitors Bioethanol Production Processes.
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