Thanks to major advantages related to the non-destructive character, ability to measure through glass, speed of analysis and versatility of the equipment, NIR is widely used for process analytical applications.
One of the most common challenges for NIR applications is the quantitative calibration and interpretation of NIR spectra and data. InProcess-LSP works with spectroscopy hardware suppliers and offers extensive experience in NIR and chemometric modeling for at-line and on- or inline PAT solutions for solids and suspensions.
Combine NIR with NanoFlowSizer
InProcess-LSP can support you to develop and implement your application by making use of time-efficient and proven testing and calibration protocols.
Besides supporting PAT NIR application development, InProcess-LSP aims to combine spectroscopy solutions with the NanoFlowSizer technology to create ‘multi-PAT’ solutions to extend particle size data with additional information about composition, concentration and other relevant chemical or physical properties.
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InProcess-LSP, founded in 2014, is a highly innovative organization providing full Process Analytical Technology (PAT) method and instrument development services.
The founders of InProcess-LSP used to work for the pharmaceutical company Organon, currently known as MSD.
Being experts in nanoparticle size characterization, they are the inventors of the NanoFlowSizer: a unique, non-invasive nanoparticle size instrumentation for real-time measurement.
The NanoFlowSizer offers unique properties and is the only instrument capable of measuring particle size and size distribution of turbid nanosuspensions in flow, without the need for sample treatment or dilution.
Experts in Process Analytical Technology
The InProcess-LSP team has great experience and interest in PAT science and a strong background in process and product development.
Our analytical capabilities include low-coherence interferometry, NIR and Raman Spectroscopy, UV-Vis spectrophotometer, high-resolution microscopes, ….
In addition, we have in-house capabilities for HPH, crystallization and nanomilling to support ongoing PAT developments and customer applications.