At Process Insights, our innovative brands provide advanced analytical instrumentation and gas analysis solutions for protecting the semiconductor, oil and gas, aerospace, power gen, pharmaceutical, life science, food processing, chemical, and many more critical markets.
We drive cutting-edge innovation to make the world safer and more sustainable.
Our premium brands are used across a wide range of applications and end-markets to ensure safety, increase product quality, reduce emissions, and increase efficiency. Across our portfolio, we guide our customers through everchanging complex technical, regulatory challenges to find the “best-fit” for purpose technology.
ATOM Instrument, now a Process Insights brand, leads with our patented Excimer UV Fluorescence (EUVF) technology is incorporated into our online analyzers. This technology provide high reliability and confidence of analytical results, reduces operational and maintenance costs, meets today’s emission standards, and provides outstanding analytical performance to meet the challenges of future emission requirements.
Based on absorption spectroscopy, the Tiger Optics’ Cavity Ring-Down Spectroscopy (CRDS) works by attuning light rays to the unique molecular fingerprint of the sample species. By measuring the time it takes the light to fade or “ring-down”, you receive an accurate molecular count in milliseconds. The time of light decay, in essence, provides an exact, non-invasive, and rapid means to detect contaminants in the air, in gases, and even in the breath.
A breakthrough discovery by Professor Kevin Lehmann, Ph.D., of Princeton University made the commercialization of this technique possible. He proved that compact, relatively inexpensive, and widely available Continuous Wave (CW) lasers can substitute for the costly, cumbersome pulsed lasers previously used in CRDS-based research. He thereby made the requisite power of light affordable and practical for commercial use.
The COSA Xentaur breakthrough Hyper-Thin-Film (HTF) Technology is based on major advances in thin-film technology and metal oxide sciences. It provides measurements with a sensitivity several orders of magnitude larger than of those made with all other technologies. HTF sensors are free of drift and insensitive to temperature changes over most of their range.
The COSA Xentaur HTF technology in our dew point meters share the same basic operating principle: the capacitance measured between the sensor’s aluminum core and a gold film deposited on top of the oxide layer varies with the water vapor content in the pores of the oxide layer. The thinner layer also means that water molecules will travel faster in and out of the pores. HTF aluminum oxide sensors therefore respond several times faster than conventional sensors.
The LAR product portfolio includes online water analyzers for monitoring: TOC, COD, TOD, BOD, toxicity, TN, and oil-in-water. Our water analyzers achieve 100% oxidation of the sample at 1,200°C / 2,192°F for the highest rate of accuracy. Our water analysis solutions are used in three major areas: environmental, municipal facilities and industrial manufacturing.
With high precision, accuracy, and speed, all of our LAR online water analyzers, optimize and control the measurement process, provide safe supervision of both industrial and municipal wastewater treatment plants, and offers a reliable monitoring solution for wastewater, pure water, surface water and inflows of rivers and lakes, and much more.
Extrel is the premiere supplier of real-time gas analyzers for process control, environmental monitoring, and cutting-edge laboratory research. Founded in 1964, Extrel has focused exclusively on perfecting the use of quadrupole mass spectrometers for gas and ion analysis, resulting in a set of products known for affordability, exceptional performance, durability and ease-of-use.
There is no question that Extrel leads in quadrupole mass spectrometer products for process and laboratory applications.
For decades, our MBW Calibration portfolio has set the standard for humidity and moisture measurement worldwide. MBW is an established reference at every National Metrology Institute, and virtually all manufacturers of humidity-moisture instrumentation. MBW unique features ensure that calibration laboratories have the very best measurement capability to achieve the lowest possible calibration uncertainty. In process applications, exceptional MBW precision and long term stability enables engineers to optimize process efficiency and product quality.