Competitive Edge with FT-NIR Spectroscopy


FT-NIR spectroscopy is today well established for quality control applications in all industries, including the pharmaceutical, food, agricultural and chemical sector..

  • The ALPHA is an extremely compact FTIR spectrometer with rugged and intuitive design. Quality components and state-of-the-art technology ensure accurate and precise results within short measurement time. The ALPHA is widely used in quality control of industrially manufactured products.
  • TENSOR II is the right tool for more advanced applications in your laboratory. It is characterized by an outstanding performance for highest sensitivity and a low cost of ownership due to high quality components with long lifetime. TENSOR IIoffers flexibility and expandability for unlimited in-compartment sampling and coupling technology; e.g. with the FTIR microscope HYPERION, the micro plate reader HTS-XT, thermal gravimetric analysis (TGA) or gas chromatography (GC). A dedicated configuration of the TENSOR IIis available for the investigation of proteins and aqueous solutions (CONFOCHECK).
  • LUMOS is a fully automated stand-alone FTIR microscope. It combines best performance for visual inspection and infrared spectral analysis of micro samples with highest comfort in use.
  • The microtiter plate extension HTS-XTenables high throughput screening for infrared spectroscopy.

 


  • TANGO FT-NIR Spectrometers Tango creates values. Fast measurements for high sample throughput, simultaneous evaluation of different components and an intuitive handling, without need for expertise training: TANGO simplifies the NIR analysis and therefore offers maximum security of the results. Specifically targeted for the given application and the demands required...
  • The MPA offers unrivalled flexibility Choosing the best possible sampling method is crucial when solving a specific analysis task. With the MPA, you have a complete solution at hand for your daily QA/QC work, but also for sophisticated method development studies. Initially it is often not obvious which sampling...