The RAMANRXN3™ analyzer is Kaiser's process Raman analyzer solution for installations where the analyzer is required to be located in a hazardous area / classified environment. The analyzer is contained in a stainless steel enclosure and can be supplied ATEX or North American hazard area certified. The RAMANRXN3™ analyzer features simultaneous full spectral coverage and high resolution, as well as allowing up to 4 measurement points from a single analyzer.
The analyzer can be mounted either permanently on a wall, or placed on a trolley so it can be used in the laboratory for methods development, in the pilot plant for process understanding, or in production for process monitoring and control.
Sampling versatility is accomplished by coupling an appropriate RAMANRXN3™ analyzer with one of Kaiser's series of sample probes: the AirHead™, WetHead™, Pilot™-E, or MR Probe.
Laser Wavelength: 532, 785, 1000nm
150-4375 cm–1 (532nm),
150-3425 cm-1 (785nm),
200-2400 cm–1 (1000nm)
+5 to +30°C (532nm/785nm)
+15 to +30°C (1000nm)
Storage Temperature: –15 to +65°C
Relative Humidity: 20–80%, Non-condensing (non-purged operation)
Warm-up Time: 20 Minutes
- Fiber-optic Probe Head for In situ, Real-time Analysis .
- PhAT probe
- Optimized for Low-wavenumber Performance
- Reaction Analysis Software
- Alloy C276 Immersion Optics: Temps to 450ºC, Pressures to 3000 PSI
- High Pressure Extruder Optic for In situ Extrusion Monitoring
- Non-contact Optics: Microns to 17 Inches
- Routine Analysis Sample Compartment (RXN-ASC) with Sampling Kit
- Microprobe and Imaging Option
01 Monitoring a Pharmaceutical Crystal Transformation In Situ Pharma Raman
05 Raman Spectroscopy - an Overview All Raman
06 Alcohol Fermentation monitored by Raman Food Bio Raman
07 Monitoring Emulsion Polymerisation Polymers Chemicals Raman
08 Rapid Monitoring of Antisolvent Addition Crystallization Chemicals Pharma Raman
09 Polymer Melt Processing Polymers Chemicals Raman
10 Characteristic Raman Frequencies of Organic Groups All Raman
11 Characteristic Raman Frequencies of Inorganic Ions All Raman