Events – Herbstkolloquium 2020

Herbstkolloquium 2020 Keit & IRmadillo

DECHEMA (Society for Chemical Technology and Biotechnology) & GDCh (German Chemical Society) are holding their annual autumn conference ‘Herbstkolloquium’ as a virtual event in 2020 (23-25 November). The 16th colloquium will address the topics of how efficient processes can be achieved through process analysis.

Join Keit’s Dr. Edo Becker as he presents on Tuesday, 24th November 2020.  Dr. Becker will contribute to the discussion on innovations in process analytical technology (PAT) by presenting “The modification and improvement of a robust online FTIR spectrometer for high temperature, high pressure chemistry in challenging environments.  He will outline how Keit’s new developments create opportunities for improved efficiencies through an innovative spectroscopic design.

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Find out more about Keit’s IRmadillo and the development of the high-temperature IRmadillo25H.

About Keit Spectrometers and the IRmadillo Analysers

Keit has created the family of IRmadillo mid-infrared instruments to provide in-line process analysis of liquids over a variety of operating environments – including those most challenging. They are built tough with fixed sampling probes and a vibration-tolerant design. The IRmadillo enables real-time process analysis of liquids in environments that challenge standard instrumentation.

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New High-Temperature IRmadillo25H

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Keit’s New in-line Process Analyser, IRmadillo25H, with compatibility of processes in liquids up to 220°C 

Oxford, United Kingdom

 Keit is proud to introduce the IRmadillo25H – a new high-temperature model in the family of IRmadillo process analysers. The IRmadillo25H is Keit’s newest option for industrial in-line monitoring of liquid processes at analyte temperatures up to 220°C. As an additional benefit, the high-temperature model is ATEX and IECEx certified safe for use in hazardous environments.  

Increased Temperature Range

Dan Wood, CEO, Keit, commented on the increased temperature range compatibility Many of our customers, particularly in the chemical and petrochemical industries have processes that run at elevated temperaturesWe’ve designed our IRmadillo probes to be rugged and remain in line over a range of operating and process conditions.  The IRmadillo25H fills the gap for those manufacturers needing an accurate and reliable in-line monitor for high-temperature processes in Ex environments”.

Process Monitoring Technology

Dan elaborated on the value of the IRmadillo An in situ spectroscopic analyser brings production engineers closer to achieving the goals of Industry 4.0. Specifically, in-line spectroscopic analysis provides information-rich data in real-time, enabling faster decisions on controlling processes to improve quality and reduce cost. Having a device that can remain in place during a process and tell you what’s going on inside the vessel or pipeline is invaluable to industries concentrating on making every production step efficient”. Dan continued “Keit continues to produce innovation with technology that can reliably and swiftly monitor processes that most standard analytical instruments just can’t handle”. 

About Keit Spectrometers and the IRmadillo Analysers

Keit has created the family of IRmadillo mid-infrared instruments to provide in-line, in situ process analysis of liquids over a variety of operating environments Now with a high-temperature model, Keit provides a wide range of options for a variety of manufacturing environments. All built tough with fixed sampling probes and a vibration-tolerant optical design, the IRmadillo process analysers enable real-time chemical process analysis of liquids in environments that challenge standard instrumentation.

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