New Article by Phil Harris – Fiber Optic Process Spectroscopy

Whether it be Raman, Ultraviolet, Near Infrared or Infrared spectroscopy, spectroscopic measurements via fiber optic coupling to a remote sample cell has some unique advantages. These include:

  • Measurement close to the process sample point
  • Simplified sample systems
  • Custom analyzer shelter / building not required
  • Toxic or combustible process fluid not transported back to a space where people are expected to work

The combination of the above benefits can provide better measurement, reduced maintenance (operating costs), reduced capital investment and improved safety for process monitoring in gas plants, refineries and chemical plants. Here’s how !

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