Aspectrics, Inc. Offers a New Product Brochure, 'Chemical Analysis in the Real World'
The new 6-page brochure details the technical features and benefits of Aspectrics EP-IR analyzer when used for out-of-the-laboratory applications. Information provided includes a description of the instruments operation, detailed product specifications and comparisons to conventional FTIR and NDIR technologies currently used in many process monitoring and control instruments.
The brochure also suggests that the technology is particularly suited for incorporation into OEM instruments for applications such as the testing for trace contaminants in pharmaceutical manufacturing operations, measuring emissions in environmental applications or monitoring agricultural and food manufacturing processes.
The brochure is available by writing or calling an Aspectrics sales office (Lit. no. CBR 101-0506).
Founded in 2000 and based in Pleasanton, California, Aspectrics Inc. supplies innovative Encoded Photometric Infrared Spectroscopy (EP-IR) analyzers to OEMs supplying detector instrumentation to chemical, pharmaceutical, biomedical, and automotive markets. Aspectrics holds four U.S. patents for its spinning disc technology.
More information on Aspectrics and the EP-IR technology can be found at www.aspectrics.com.
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