Engineered to meet the rigorous technical demands of the analytical instrumentation industry
High resolution spectral data for sharp feature recognition
The QualitySpec Trek is a truly portable full-range contact spectrometer that is fast, accurate and easy to use.
The cost-effective solution when precision benchtop analysis is essential
Quality control is a must during the manufacturing process, and ensuring the quality of incoming raw materials can greatly improve operational performance, produce better goods, and increase profitability. Near-infrared (NIR) spectroscopy is an easy-to-use measurement tool for rapid, in-situ raw material inspection. NIR spectroscopy can determine both the constituents and purity of raw materials and allows for non-destructive sampling and material analysis (often directly through plastic bags and other containers) thereby eliminating the need for messy and time consuming sample prep associated with many traditional analytical laboratory methods. Results can be measured in seconds allowing for a more efficient assessment of raw materials and timely decisions.
Shown right: The LabSpec laboratory analyzer in the goLab Mobile Work Station in use for raw material inspection on a loading dock.
ASD provides rugged, truly-portable, research-grade instruments, accessories, and software for real-time, on-the-spot material inspection through final product. ASD’s measurement solutions allow manufacturers to implement cost-effective 100% incoming material inspection where and when it's needed—in the field, on the receiving dock, in the warehouse and production facilities, or just about anywhere else you can imagine.
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Raw material analysis is ideal for a variety of industries, including:
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