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Faster Quality Control at Lower Operating Costs with Near-Infrared Spectroscopy

Jun 03 2020 Read 2671 Times

Underestimation of quality control (QC) processes is one of the major factors leading to internal and external product failure, which have been reported to cause a loss of turnover between 10–30%. As a result, many different norms are put in place to support manufacturers with their QC process. However, time to result and the associated costs for chemicals can be quite excessive, leading many companies to implement near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) in their QC process.

This new white paper from Metrohm, provides a short summary about the importance of QC and QA, while illustrating action points to improve existing QC processes. Furthermore, near-infrared (NIR) spectroscopy is presented as a powerful analysis technique to increase QC efficiency while maintaining the accuracy and precision of the existing analysis method.

Discover the potential of NIRS and the cost saving potentials up to 90%.

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