ReactIR 15   - Overview - METTLER TOLEDO

ReactIR 15  

FTIR Improves Chemistry Understanding

Organic chemists and scientists strive to improve the research and development of chemical compounds, synthetic chemical routes and processes. In situ reaction monitoring tracks concentration changes of key reactive and transient species to understand mechanism pathway, determine kinetics and detect major reaction events. ReactIR 15 is a real-time, in situ mid-infrared based system designed to study reaction progression and provide specific information about reaction initiation, conversion, intermediates and endpoint. The comprehensive nature of the data makes it ideal for real-time process optimization.

Sampling technology options enable the successful monitoring of gas or liquid phases under any process conditions such as:

Chemistries include:

ReactIR 15 In Situ Reaction Monitoring
Specifications - ReactIR 15  
For Use In Laboratory
Software iC IR
Detector LN2 NCT;SE MCT
Optical Range (Base Unit) 4000 – 650 cm-1
Purge Requirement No
Dimensions (WxHxD) 180 mm x 274 mm x 249 mm
Weight 20 lb (9 kg)
Communication USB 2.0
Resolution 4 cm-1 maximum
Operating Range (Temp.) 19 °C – 25 °C
Probe Optical Window 2500 – 650 cm-1 maximum (Fiber Probe)
Wetted Materials Alloy C22;Diamond or Silicon;Gold
Probe Pressure (Maximum) 69bar (6.3 & 9.5mm Fiber Probe);107bar (Sentinel)
Probe Temperature (Maximum) 180°C (Fiber Probe);200°C (Sentinel)
Safety Certification EMC Directive 2004/109/EC, Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/IEC
Probe pH Range 1 – 14 (Diamond);1 – 9 (Silicon)
Material Number(s) 14000003
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