Aspectrics, Inc. Announces Shipment of the First Encoded Photometric Infrared Spectroscopy Analyzer Units

  • September 07, 2005
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PLEASANTON, Calif., September 7, 2005 – Aspectrics, Inc., a leading supplier of Encoded Photometric Infrared Spectroscopy (EP-IR) analyzers, today announced that is has begun shipping initial orders of its EP-IR production units to several OEM instrument vendors and one of the top five global chemical companies. “We are pleased that we are now shipping the first orders for our EP-IR technology to our customers,” said Paul H. Salsgiver Jr., CEO of Aspectrics, Inc. “While the details of individual clients and their particular agreements remain confidential, the shipments represent the first of what could potentially be substantial future orders for dozens of EP-IR units. The chemical company for example, is evaluating the unit as an online process monitor to eventually replace eighty FT-IR process monitors.”Applications under development by Aspectrics’ OEM customers include ambient air and stack gas monitoring, engine emission analysis, foods and semiconductor processes.At the heart of Aspectrics’ EP-IR analyzer is a rotating disc onto which up to 256 concentric encoding tracks is formed. The encoding tracks enable very accurate intensity measurements and are sensitive enough to replace conventional detector arrays such as NDIR and FTIR currently used in many process control monitoring instruments.About Aspectrics, Inc.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 encoding disc technology and associated optics.More information on Aspectrics and the EP-IR technology can be found at

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