Tornado Spectral Systems designs, manufactures, and sells dispersive optical spectrometers primarily for Raman spectroscopy and spectral-domain optical coherence tomography.
Founded in 2010, Tornado Spectral Systems is a developer of real-time optical process analyzers and imaging solutions using a portfolio of patents that includes Tornado's foundational and revolutionary High Throughput Virtual Slit (HTVS).
The HTVS technology allows the best Raman analysis currently achievable anywhere. The superior performance of Tornado’s HyperFlux™ PRO Plus Raman spectroscopy system allows for more accurate chemical identification and quantitation even with challenging mixtures and low concentrations, faster measurements of dynamic reactions, and low laser power operation in hazardous environments.
HyperFlux PRO Plus uses a proprietary HTVS-enabled spectrometer to deliver better Raman sensitivity than ever before possible, making it an ideal solution for production line and laboratory settings.
Combined with their small size and low cost, Tornado’s non-destructive, real-time measurement solutions offer numerous benefits for established analytical practice and facilitate broader adoption of Raman methods for pharmaceutical, petrochemical, food, biotech, and other applications.
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