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Using Infrared Laser Imaging (QCL) for High-throughput Screening of Surface Contaminations

The quality requirements for precision mechanics are enormous. They are often part of complex assemblies that require many unique components. If one of these components carries a critical impurity, the entire process is in danger.  FTIR microscopy is a proven method to locate and identify unknown substances and contaminants based on their molecular vibration. This kind of analysis provides reliable, unambiguous indications of where a contamination is coming from and how to troubleshoot processes. Many laboratories do not want to miss the well-proven performance of FTIR - especially for unknown substances.  The HYPERION II combines modern, IR Laser Imaging with the comprehensive chemical info of full FTIR spectra.  The HYPERION II software was designed to give an easy and lightweight user experience when changing IR modes. With a simple “click”, you switch back and forth between techniques and analyze your samples at highest efficiency.

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