New ReactIR in situ FTIR Reaction Monitoring System

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METTLER TOLEDO introduces a new high level ReactIR™ reaction monitoring product, ReactIR™ 45m, for Chemical Engineers and Technologists who focus on process optimization and characterization - where long term robustness, extreme sampling technology flexibility/applicability and performance are critical to Process Development success.

METTLER TOLEDO announces a new ReactIR reaction monitoring product -- ReactIR™ 45m. The high end ReactIR 45m is temperature-stabilized to provide high quality data and chemical information to Chemical Engineers and Technologists during long term reaction monitoring of twelve hours or longer.

Advancements in their AgX (Silver Halide) FiberConduit™ technology led to the release of their new SiComp AgX FiberConduit™ - a silicon-based ATR sensor integrated with AgX fiber technology. This is the first and only silicon-based AgX fiber technology available. Silicon ATR sensors are useful for monitoring reactions that involve nitriles, ketenes, metal carbonyls, isocyanates -- to name a few. The aforementioned reactions are difficult to measure and monitor by other sensor materials, such as diamond. Coupled with AgX, the SiComp FiberConduit™ is flexible, easy-to-interface with your reactor and provides enhanced measurement reproducibility over traditional mirrored conduit technology.

ReactIR™ tools are developed on a common platform that results in an easy upgrade path from the entry to high end level, as well as extensibility with respect to novel sampling technologies and system options -- including software driven system alignment, temp trending with reaction data, and multiplex capabilities. Coupling ReactIR™ products with the field proven Comp™ ATR probe technology and the successful and powerful iC IR™ software brings the Chemist and Chemical Engineer a reason to have this system and probe in their reactor -- each and every time they run chemistry.

Learn more about Reaction Analysis by viewing the Innovations in Reaction Analysis on-demand webinar, which addresses the recent development of novel enabling technologies designed for monitoring reactions in situ and in real-time.


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