Mass Spectrometry & Spectroscopy
Moisture Plus NIR: moisture & other parameters in 30 seconds, no chemicals/waste
Sep 10 2018 Read 992 Times
Discover how moisture plus NIR (Near Infrared) can dramatically reduce cost, improve sample turnaround time and implement green chemistry with operator health & safety benefits.
The technique combines Karl Fischer titration, the gold standard for moisture analysis, with other expensive/time consuming analyses for different chemical and physical parameters, into a single NIR measurement.
This approach increases speed and lowers overall measurement costs. Most companies see a full return on their investment in less than a year due to increased productivity and profitability.
One measurement can provide Karl Fischer moisture content, HPLC/GC or other quantified results, physical parameters such as colour, density, viscosity – all simultaneously in ca. 30 seconds.
Scanning the sample beam of light and calculating results will give you the same information as two, three or even four analytical instruments.
See the benefits, with Moisture Plus:
- Savings - Eliminate costly reagents, consumables and disposal costs for several test methods
- Speed - One 30 second measurement, multiple parameters. No sample preparation required
- Safety - Reduce hazardous solvents/chemicals and associated handling risks for operators
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