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  • SpectroSens Insertion Probe
Nov 2009
Stratophase Ltd.Request Info
ROMSEY, UK, Nov. 11, 2009 – Stratophase Ltd. has collaborated with the Centre for Process Innovation to develop an insertion probe variant of its SpectroSens system.

Stratophase_SpectroSens.jpgEnabling real-time monitoring of the bioproduction fermentation process, the multioutput SpectroSens insertion probes track compositional changes and monitor temperature in the liquid. Multiple discrete readings can be taken simultaneously at numerous locations, providing more reliable measurements and a reduced chance of false positives.

The entire fermentation process can be precisely monitored to ensure good reproducibility and clear determination of the desired end point.

The system sensors can be placed throughout the production process and networked via the control and analysis unit. Using only light at the point of measurement, the sensors are intrinsically safe and spark-free, removing any chance of ignition.

The insertion probe fits standard ports for dissolved oxygen and pH probes, enabling ultrahigh-resolution optical microchip technology to be applied to existing benchtop and large-scale bioreactor equipment. Other applications include biofuel production and sustainable polymer development.

For more information, visit:  

Stratophase Ltd.
Unit A7, The Premier Centre
Premier Way, Romsey
SO51 9DG
United Kingdom
Phone: +44 1794 511 226
Fax: +44 8704 580 754


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