The Mobile-IR is an autonomous and robust mobile infrared spectrometer for
identification of unknown substances. Unlike other portable instruments, Bruker Mobile-
IR guarantees benchmark FT-IR performances, offering wider spectral coverage and higher spectral resolution.
The key features of the Mobile-IR are:
- The Mobile-IR is provided as a liquid and powders analyzer or a dedicated liquid
- Its embedded computer with large touchscreen display enables easy validation.
- OPUS/Mentor software guides the users step-by-step through the analysis and can rapidly identify the unknown substances from the built-in library. Extra libraries can easily be added.
- The Mobile-IR is ideal for industrial and environmental protection, HAZMAT and
emergency response, crime scene investigation and forensics.
Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy offers information on molecular vibrations and allows chemical fingerprinting of samples. It is widely used
for the analysis of both inorganic and organic materials. This non-destructive technique requires only a small amount of the target sample for analysis. Unknown
substances can be determined by comparison with library reference spectra. Due to the attenuated total reflection (ATR) sampling technique, there is no need for the preparation of the sample. Easy and fast sampling of liquids and solids is offered.
Bruker is a leading manufacturer and worldwide supplier of Fourier Transform Infrared, Near Infrared and Raman spectrometers. It offers a highly
comprehensive FT-IR product line that includes routine and research-oriented FT-IR spectrometers for quality control.