PbS-array based NIR spectrometer for analysing fast moving process streams

Jouko Malinen, Eero Hagren, Raimo Sutinen

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Abstract

A new PbS array based spectrometer has been developed for in-line quality monitoring and automation of the TMP process.The instrument is capable of measuring reflectance spectra at 24 wavelengths in the range from 1200 to 2200 nm with a resolution of 50 nm. The spectra are recorded in a parallel and simultaneous operation, which is optimal for monitoring moving and non-homogeneous sample streams. The instrument has been optimised for in-line monitoring of pulp flakes flying in a blow pipe coming from a TMP refiner in a paper mill. analyzer With modifications to the in-line probe the analyser could be applied to many other applications, outside the TMP process.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationFourth European Symposium on Near Infrared (NIR) Spectroscopy - Integration into Process Control
Subtitle of host publicationKolding, Denmark, 10-12 May 2000
PublisherBiotechnological Institute
Pages165-169
Publication statusPublished - 2000
MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication

Publication series

SeriesBioteknologisk Institut. Rapport
Number00-5-1
ISSN0906-8465

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    Malinen, J., Hagren, E., & Sutinen, R. (2000). PbS-array based NIR spectrometer for analysing fast moving process streams. In Fourth European Symposium on Near Infrared (NIR) Spectroscopy - Integration into Process Control: Kolding, Denmark, 10-12 May 2000 (pp. 165-169). Biotechnological Institute. Bioteknologisk Institut. Rapport, No. 00-5-1