Real-time analytical power

Deep UV spectroscopy for optical detection of multiple parameters in a rapid and simultaneous way

Our mission is to help make better decisions and business through better quality data and more efficient processes.

Real-time analytics

Our systems have the capability to detect a broad spectrum of substances. This is done in real-time without delay, providing a multi-parameter output

The optical analytics can be applied on solids and liquids. The Deep UV region is very sensitive for drinking water, fresh water and waste water applications. It cal also applied to biological samples and is able to detect bacterias and viruses of a vast array.

Raman spectroscopy

Chemical sensor for the detection of precise values validated and calibrated by the Raman water peak.

The example shows Nitrite and Nitrate detection. 

Fluorescence Spectroscopy

Laser-induced fluorescence delivers a higly sensitive as well as broad resolution.

Pharmaceutical detection

Many pharmaceuticals are highly fluorescenct and have clear characteristics at distinct wavelengths. This can be used to identify individual substances, this can be especially useful to ensure purity of water. One example is the quality assessment of a cleaning stage in water production, such as with ozonation or distillation.

Our Software - Spectrum Analyzer


Unique features to increase sensitivity and specifity for better results

We have selected unique hardware to target better results not just more data. Our spectroscopic solutions provives simultaneous Raman and Fluorescence detection to gain additional information. Also, it’s regentless requiring no consumables and saving cost.

Sensor Fusion & Software

Detecting a broad range of substances and correlating spectras to known and unknown substance groups, we are able to make meaning of diverse data.

Examples of Data that can be detected are:

Technological advantage

Simultaneous Raman Fluorescence

Real-time monitoring solutions used today mainly consist of UV-vis absorption or broadband fluorescence using xenon lamps or LEDs and single peak detectors/filters with very low spectral resolution.

The great advantage of laser-induced fluorescence analysis is a spectrally much higher resolution. This allows the detection of changes that are not possible with classical LED or mercury vapor lamps.

We Forget That The water Cycle And The Life Cycle Are One.

Jaques Yves Cousteau

Planet Earth does not have a lot of fresh water, and we can’t make more than what is on Earth. The state of water can change (liquid, solid, gas) as it moves through the water cycle, but the total amount of water doesn’t change. Our lakes and rivers supply drinking water. Nature and wildlife also need healthy lakes and rivers for food, water, and shelter. In other words, water of lakes and rivers are precious resources that we need to protect!