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Real-time measurement capabilities of OE-FTIR: Ultra-fast gas analysis

Many manufacturing and industrial processes rely on precise gas analysis techniques to improve efficiency, quality, and safety. However, traditional methods like gas chromatography (GC) often come with high costs and delayed results. Is it time to consider a different strategy?

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Introducing a better solution: The Thermo Scientific™ MAX-iR™ FTIR gas analyzer. This device utilizes advanced OE-FTIR technology, enabling it to quickly analyze a variety of gases to parts per billion (ppb) precision, and for highly pure samples, down to parts per trillion (ppt). In contrast to GC methods, the MAX-iR provides real-time analysis, offering a faster and more efficient option.

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This e-book gathers numerous technical resources on topics such as:

  • The advantages of OE-FTIR technology in industrial processes, as well as in the analysis of ambient air and emissions.
  • Applications for monitoring hazardous air pollutants (HAPs), ethylene oxide, greenhouse gases, and more.
  • An overview of current trends and the future outlook for gas analyzer technology.
  • Practical advice for selecting the appropriate gas analyzer.
  • Tailored service and support to meet your unique requirements.

Explore how this groundbreaking technology is revolutionizing the efficiency of gas analysis and discover the unique features that set the MAX-iR apart in the field of FTIR gas analyzers.

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