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Non-destructive FTIR testing

News International-French

3 Mar 2015

JEC Europe 2015 - The Agilent 4300 handheld FTIR (Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy) spectrometer takes mid-infrared molecular analysis to new levels. 

Detecting oxidation in composite parts, confirming a metal surface is free of contaminants, verifying the authenticity of polymer components, measuring the thickness and uniformity of surface coatings, determining the amount of key ingredients. The ability to non-destructively measure materials anywhere – and get immediate, on-site results – can help users make faster, better judgements.

The Agilent 4300 handheld FTIR (Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy) spectrometer takes mid-infrared molecular analysis to new levels. Featuring maximum versatility for materials analysis and a lightweight, ergonomic design, this spectrometer is ideal for any application that demands accurate, non-destructive molecular analysis.

It offers users:
• Comfort: weighing about 2 kg, the 4300 is a perfect fit for mobile measurement;
• Measurement versatility: interchangeable interfaces handle all types of materials;
• Superior data: optimized electronics and an ultra-short internal optical path yield better results;
• Simplicity: intuitive mobile software, no alignment optics, one-button method initiation, and automatic interface recognition enable users of all skill levels to produce confident FTIR data.

More information: www.agilent.com
Booth: M71