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Axiom Analytical Announces a New Diffuse Reflectance Probe

Published: Monday, March 18, 2013
Last Updated: Monday, March 18, 2013
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New FDR-795 Near-IR diffuse reflectance probe for NIR process analysis.

Axiom Analytical, Inc. has announced the availability of its FDR-795 Near-IR diffuse reflectance probe for the on-line contact analysis of optically scattering materials such as pharmaceutical powders, polymers, and food products.

Key characteristics of the new probe include high collection efficiency, low stray light, robust construction, and excellent chemical resistance.

The use of integral fiber-optic bundles with SMA 905 connectors allows FDR-700 Series probes to be remotely coupled to most near-IR and UV-visible spectrometers for on-line process analysis.

The FDR-795 is the latest member of the company’s new FDR-7x5 Series of diffuse reflectance probes which includes the previously announced FDR-755 Extruder Probe and FDR-735 Laboratory Probe.

The FDR-755 is configured for the spectroscopic analysis of materials such as polymers and food products during extrusion. The FDR-7x5 Series replaces Axiom’s previous FDR-700 Series.

In contrast to the earlier probes, the new series features both high signal levels and extremely low stray light, making these probe suitable for a wide range of demanding application in the chemical pharmaceutical and food industries.


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