Scientists can now sample and study different phases of chemical reactions under a wide range of conditions.
(PRWEB) January 27, 2015
METTLER TOLEDO is pleased to announce the availability of robust in situ sampling technology for use in batch and continuous reaction conditions. Scientists can now sample and study different phases of chemical reactions under a wide range of conditions including high and low temperature, high pressure and under vacuum, acidic, caustic and corrosive. Sampling technology options for implementation in batch or flow reactors enables reaction monitoring in both lab and production environments.
The DST Fiber Conduit allows liquid-based reaction monitoring of high temperature and pressure chemistry and provides flexibility for interface to either a lab or process reactor and process flow cell without the need for alignment.
Offering the widest range of analytical performance, the DST Series AgX Fiber Conduit is the best sampling technology choice for liquid-based reaction monitoring in the lab and plant.
The K4 Conduit to Sentinel is recommended for liquid-based reaction monitoring of high temperature and pressure chemistry in the lab and plant.
Designed for continuous flow chemistry monitoring in the lab, the DS Micro Flow Cell easily connects to all ReactIR base units without the need for optical alignment.
The DST Fiber to Gas Cell is ideal for gas phase reaction and headspace monitoring in the lab and general purpose plant applications, including non-Haz Loc and ATEX.
Combine the extensive chemical and physical resistant with a broad range of compatible temperatures and pressures for enhanced in situ sampling of different types of chemistries. Established DiComp and SiComp technology has been proven with thousands of applications in both the lab and pilot plant.
About METTLER TOLEDO
METTLER TOLEDO provides the enabling technology, software and people that can help build a seamless workflow to translate bench scale chemistry into a commercial process. For more than 20 years, our enabling tools and services have been a strategic resource providing critical information for thousands of development scientists and engineers. Companies have used that knowledge to accelerate the discovery, development and scale-up of new chemical processes spanning the chemical and biopharmaceutical industries. For more, visit http://www.mt.com.