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Transferring a chemical process from the lab to manufacturing can be difficult. In situ process FTIR (Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy) with ReactIR 45P HL provides in-depth reaction understanding, identifies process upsets and determines reaction initiation, progression and endpoint. ReactIR 45P HL enables processes to be successfully moved from the lab to the pilot plant and production while meeting the stringent safety requirements of electrical equipment used in a hazardous or classified area. By tracking critical parameters in real-time, process design and quality is improved and variation in continuous processes as well as batch failures are eliminated.
Sampling technology is available for almost all chemistries and reactions – and for under any process conditions. These probes and sensors are suitable for studying hydrogenations, Grignard reactions, halogenations and acid chloride reactions as well as many other chemistries.
ReactIR 45P Process FTIR is also available in a General Purpose (GP) configuration for those field environments where area classified or hazardous safety compliance is not required for electrical equipment.
|For Use In||Lab, Pilot Plant or Production|
|Software||iC IR;iC Process|
|Optical Range (Base Unit)||4000 – 650 cm-1|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||457 mm x 774 mm x 310 mm|
|Communication||LC terminated Ethernet TCP/IP, duplex fiber optic|
|Resolution||4 cm -1 maximum|
|Operating Range (Temp.)||0 °C – 35 °C|
|Probe Optical Window||2500 – 650 cm-1 maximum (Fiber Probe);4000 – 650 cm-1 (Sentinel)|
|Wetted Materials||Alloy C-22;Diamond or Silicon;Gold|
|Probe Pressure (Maximum)||107bar (Sentinel);69bar (6.3 & 9.5mm Fiber Probe)|
|Probe Temperature (Maximum)||180°C (Fiber Probe);200°C (Sentinel)|
|Safety Certification||Area Classification – HAZARDOUS, MET Mark E112462, UL61010-1 & CSA C22.2 No. 61010-1;ATEX listing - TRAC12ATEX0001X, Equipment marking - Ex d op pr px [ia IIC] IIB+H2 T4 Gb;NFPA 496, Class I, Division 1, Groups B, T4|
|Probe pH Range||1 – 14 (Diamond);1 – 9 (Silicon)|