Endress+Hauser Raman Spectrometers

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  • States: GA, NC, SC, TN, VA
  • Summary: Endress+Hauser Optical Analysis is a leader in Raman Spectrometers for solving process problems. Raman is a unique technology that can be used in many industries to monitor chemical or biological processes with little maintenance.
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Multichannel – 4 streams, one instrument, no sample systemFast, non-destructive, chemical analysisIn situ, Immersion or Non-contact samplingRemoting sampling with fiber optic up to 200 metersMeasures solids, slurries, liquids, gels, and gasesScalability from lab to pilot to processDirect measurement through containers
Products include raman products, holographic components for spectroscopy, telecommunications, astronomy and ultra-fast sciences.
Endress+Hauser utilizes integrated design architecture to optimize Raman performance while maintaining sampling flexibility. Our holographic transmission gratings enable the entire Raman spectrum to be acquired simultaneously, instead of scanning in bits and pieces, allowing superior calibration stability and enabling true real-time analysis. Our products are field-proven delivering application successes and investment paybacks.


RAMANRXN SYSTEMS™ family represents the state of the art in Raman analyzers and is the choice for Raman spectroscopy, both in the laboratory and on the process line. All systems share common technology, and allow easy transfer of protocols from R&D to manufacturing.
The RAMANRXN2™ analyzer is a four-channel Raman system designed for use in analytical laboratories for routine sample analysis or support of R&D projects, as well as early process development and scale-up settings for in situ analysis.
The RAMANRXN2™ HYBRID analyzer provides optimal measurements of liquids and solids on a single laboratory analyzer. It can be deployed for in situ reaction analysis of liquids and for solids sampling using Kaiser's PhAT technology.
The RAMANRXN2™ 1000 analyzer allows in situ analysis in applications where fluorescence using traditional Raman approaches is dominant. The RAMANRXN2™ 1000 analyzer enables FT-Raman quality spectra to be measured in situ using fiber-optically coupled probes and under process conditions.
The RAMANRXN3™ analyzer has been developed for 24/7 in situ on-line control in classified plant environments where analyzer sheds are not available. This analyzer can be delivered certified to either North American or European ATEX standards for Hazardous area installations. Kaiser's Raman probes can be configured to meet your specific installation requirements.
The PhAT-enabled version of the RAMANRXN3™ analyzer brings PhAT technology to the manufacturing environment. The RAMANRXN3™ PhAT analyzer is housed in an IP 66 stainless steel enclosure that allows the analyzer to be washed down between batches. Kaiser’s PhAT technology enables Raman-based control of pharmaceutical unit operations including granulation, milling, blending, coating, drying, compaction, and tableting.
The RAMANRXN4™ 532-nm Raman multi-channel analyzer, combined with the AirHead™ probe, can be used to measure gas-phase processes in situ. The RAMANRXN4™ 532-nm Raman multi-channel analyzer is designed for use in control room settings in standard 19 inch rack enclosures.
The RAMANRXN4™ analyzer is offered as either a multi-channel or a HYBRID capable rack-compatible Raman system for use in control room settings for 24/7 in situ on-line control. This analyzer can be delivered certified to either North American or European ATEX standards for installation specific probes located in Hazardous areas.
ChemicalPharmaceutical / Bioprocessing / PATPolymersFood & Beverage

Polymer Example Applications

Polymerization (extent and chemical ID)Film or Fiber CrystallinityCross-linking (degree of)Hydrogenation (extent, end-point)Extrusion ("in die" extrusion measurements with high pressure probe)Blending

Bioprocessing Measurements Example Applications

GlucoseGlutamineGlutamateLactateAmmoniumOsmolalityViabilityViable Cell DensityTotal Cell Density

Pharmaceutical Example Applications

Screening of New Drug Entities Using High Throughput Screening (HTS) TechniquesCrystallizationPolymorphic Form IDReal-time Reaction Analysis and OptimizationEnd-point and Intermediate DetectionHydrate / Solvate, Salt Detection and IDDrying

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