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Apr 2010
Stratophase, a UK-based real-time biochemical measurement and detection specialist, has announced that it is developing a multiparametric, multipoint in-line sensor system for high-value liquid production processes. Using proprietary SpectroSens optical microchip technology, this $1.8 million project will initially tackle complex production processes such as those associated with active pharmaceutical ingredients and butanol-based biofuels. Real-time and data-rich “fingerprints” of the various manufacturing stages will be produced to enable tighter and timelier control, which the company says will minimize waste and increase yields. This project will focus on developing additional measurement parameters, such as spectroscopic information, particle content, pressure and viscosity, to provide multiple measurements at each step of the process to help identify problems as they occur.

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