Blaze patent pending single optical path technology allows multiple analytical technologies to simultaneously utilize the same optical path. This both creates an enabling combination of measurement tools while reducing the cost of ownership through reduced capital costs, installation costs, maintenance costs, and utilization costs. Combined with other Blaze exclusive IP, Blaze probes provide best In class process analytical technology.
One Probe I Multiple PAT
High Dynamic Range Microscopy: Blaze high contrast, high resolution, & highest dynamic range in-process microscopy enables a next generation understanding of a single dispersed phase as well as multiple phase, multiple component particle systems at the highest solids & smallest particle sizes.
Blaze HDR Microscopy enables faster understanding of process behavior & particle system change from particle surface to particle to particle interaction.
High Dynamic Range Turbidity: A new level of differentiation. ppm to the highest dispersed phase loading, nano to micron, clear to maximum solids, black to white slurries & translucent to opaque optical transitions.
Blaze HDR Turbidity is pioneering a new capability in PAT. It can measure visibly imperceptible change at extremely low dispersed phase concentration and of extremely small nanometer particles as well as track change of micron size particles from very low to high solids dense phase particle systems (i.e. 40% solids). From visually black to white systems can be measured.
A-CLD: Blaze Advanced Chord Length (A-CLD) removes flow speed artifacts of past tools and reduces multiple other artifacts. HDR microscopy and turbidity help properly understand change in A-CLD, providing a method you can reliably use to track change in Particle Size, Count, and Shape. In addition, Blaze A-CLD enhances resolution of both change on the fine and course end of the distribution.
PF-Raman at 532 nm and 785 nm Excitation (Optional): Blaze Particle Focused Raman (PFR) is a complement to current Raman systems. Depending on the conditions, Blaze PFR can dramatically increase the Raman signal captured from dispersed phase particles. This enables users to find and track polymorphs, solvates, hydrates, particulate impurities as well as differentiate multiple component systems to an enabling degree that was not previously available in-process. These enhancements can also make it easier for occasional users to track change of concern.
Blaze Importer in Real Time (OPC UA): Reactor inputs i.e. Tr, Tj, Dose, pH…imported Real-Time to the into the Blaze UI for saving, trending, and analytics. Systag, EasyMax, and others supported.
Blaze Exporter in Real Time (OPC UA): Any of the 12 User defined and selected statistics from the Blaze UI can be acquired by comparable OPC UA devices such as Systag and SynTQ for process control and logging.