High performance Oxygen Analysis solutions for your industry
For quality, safety and performance within your industry, talk to the experts in Oxygen Analysis – Neutronics. With a range of products and solutions to suit your particular needs, we are more than happy to help you each step of the way.
Adhesives, sealants and composites
Water and solvent based adhesives are widely used on a daily basis. See how oxygen analysis can help you improve your quality, safety and performance.
Flash fires and explosions are a very real threat to many manufacturers in the chemical and related process industries. See how Neutronics can help you safely.
Food and beverage
Many materials and products, especially in the food and beverage industry, are affected by exposure to oxygen and moisture. Oxygen analysers can help improve your product quality and maintain safety for your operation.
Nutraceuticals do more than just supplement the diet. Many of us rely on them for disease prevention and treatment. See how gas analysers and other Neutronics equipment can make sure both quality and performance are maintained to high standards.
Paints and coatings
When used in paints and coatings, solvents dissolve or disperse different components used in the formulation (such as pigment and resin), making the product the desired consistency for application.
In the personal care products industry, many materials and products are affected by exposure to oxygen. This exposure can degrade the product, causing a reduction in its stability and altering color and aroma
Pharmaceuticals and biotech
In pharmaceutical manufacturing, solvents have multiple uses. They provide molecules for use as building blocks.It’s imperative to maintain suitable oxygen levels to ensure quality, safety and performance.
Nearly all electronics processing involving gases takes place inside chambers that require precise control of the process recipe. As an example, oxygen and hydrogen are frequently used during the annealing process to react with existing layers, creating a new oxide or hydride layer on the surface of an existing thin film.
Talk to an expert
Get in touch with us and talk to an industry expert. We’d be delighted to help you find the right gas analyzer requirements for your particular needs.