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Boost Efficiency in the QC Laboratory: How NIRS Helps Reduce Costs up to 90%

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Author: Nicolas Ruehl, Alyson Lanciki
Tuesday, May 19, 2020
Metrohm USA Inc.

Underestimation of quality control (QC) processes is one of the major factors leading to internal and external product failure, which have been reported to cause a loss of turnover between 10–30%. As a result, many different norms are put in place to support manufacturers with their QC process. However, time to result and the associated costs for chemicals can be quite excessive, leading many companies to implement near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) in their QC process. This paper illustrates the potential of NIRS and displays cost saving potentials up to 90%.

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