Join us at the 25th Topical Meeting of the International Society of Electrochemistry (ISE) in Toledo (Spain) on May 12-15. We will be showcasing the Spectro Inlets EC-MS system at our exhibition booth. Come and try the running system! On Tuesday 14th May Filippo Cavalca and Daniel Trimarco from Spectro Inlets will give two scientific presentations in the Energy I session titled “Molecular Stop-Motions: Unravelling Transient Electrochemical Phenomena at the Millisecond Timescale using EC-MS” and “Enabling Real-Time Detection of Electrochemical Desorption Phenomena with Sub-Monolayer Sensitivity”. We are looking forward to a great meeting!
We are excited to announce the delivery of the first fully fledged electrochemistry-mass spectroscopy (EC-MS) analysis instrument to a research institution in the Netherlands. The analysis instrument features our breakthrough microchip membrane inlet, a standardized sample holder, characteristic fast time-response and high sensitivity, as well as dosing of reactant gases and a streamlined software solution. The analysis instrument will be the basis for future electrochemical studies carried out by our customer. If you are interested in how our analysis instrument can help with your electrochemistry research, please write to email@example.com.
We are proud to announce that through our joint venture with E.ON Denmark, we have delivered the first commercial prototype of an industrial production monitoring analysis instrument. Our mass spectrometer system measures directly on the biomass liquid in the fermentation tanks and reports in real-time full mass spectra as well as the time-dependent evolution of over 18 volatile compounds. See a timelapse of the installation here. The installation and test of this instrument is another milestone towards providing online data for the digitization and improvement of biogas production. If you are interested in how we could help monitor your biogas production, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spectro Inlets continues on our tradition of contributing to scientific development with our latest publication: “Towards an atomistic understanding of electrocatalytic partial hydrocarbon oxidation: propene on palladium” (link here). The article is published in the prestigous scientific journal “Energy & Environmental Science” with an impact factor of 30. This expands our publication track, featuring scientific articles in Nature Catalysis and Electrochimica Acta.
To celebrate our new headquarters and laboratory facility, as well as our newest employees, we held a reception at our new premises at COBIS. It was a fantastic event with over 100 visitors consisting of friends, family, and network. A brief introduction to the company was presented, champagne was served, followed by lab tours to explain our technology and product. Thank you again to all that attended to celebrate our team and work so far!
We are proud to announce, that together with Fredericia Spildevand and Energy (FRSE), we have secured a grant from the Ministry of Environment and Food of Denmark from their Ecoinnovation program. Together with FRSE we hope to provide robust online measurements of the wastewater process for improved water treatment and optimized energy usage. We look forward to a great collaboration on the development project!