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Our Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) is able to offer analysis for a wide variety of materials ranging from automotive, plastics, pharmaceutical and raw materials with “fingerprint” accuracy.

FTIR with ATR accessory – ATR is the most widely used FTIR sampling tool, due to it allowing quick, accurate and reproducible analysis of liquid and solid samples, with little or no sample preparation.

Traditionally samples had to be diluted with IR transparent salts like KBr and pressed into discs, opaque polymer samples were very difficult to analyze.

Applications include the automotive, plastics, pharmaceutical and raw material sectors, for sample fingerprinting, comparison, material identification and unknown samples categorization.

The Bruker FTIR includes a comprehensive library, which includes solvents, polymers and pure compounds.

                     Bruker FTIR at InnoVenton

Spectroscopy Capabilities can be described as:

  • UV/Vis, Quantitative and Qualitative analysis
  • FTIR, Raw material fingerprinting

Our X Ray laboratory is able to offer XRF analysis for a wide variety of materials ranging from pharmaceutical, raw materials, fuels, construction materials etc...

We offer either full scans or individual or group element analysis according to your requirements. The XRF is often used in conjunction to get a full understanding of the substance under investigation.

ED-XRF is a Fast Semi-quantitative elemental analysis technique.

XRF Testing Capabilities

  1. XRF (ED_XRAY) full scan (Standard method on system OMNIUM)
  2. XRF selected elements (Standard method on system OMNIUM)
  3. XRF: Pb, Cd, Cr, Hg, Ni, Cu, Fe (Substances of Concern)

XRF (X-Ray Fluorescence)

XRF is a wide ranging technique, allowing analysis of elements from Na to U, with concentrations from high % to low ppm, with high accuracy and reproducibility.

Our standard Omnium software offers a quick and standard less semi quantitative analysis of all the elements in a single scan.

                                     XRF PANalytical