The company mission & history

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Our story

Spectro Inlets was founded in November 2016 by a team of engineers from the Technical University of Denmark. The core technology, the microchip inlet system for mass spectrometers, was a result of 10 years of research and development, which we have subsequently commercialized and incorporated into our products.

Since the company’s inception, the team has steadily grown as well, while we have commercialized the microchip technology and carried out the first initial prototype sales to research facilities. In 2018, we completed the EC-MS, a turnkey analytical instrument used for electrochemical studies. Sales of this instrument have steadily increased since then.

Besides providing analytical instruments, the company has started pilot projects utilizing the technology for biogas and wastewater applications.

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Mission

We provide real-time and accurate measurement solutions to optimize environmental and chemical processes to achieve a greener, cleaner world.

History

2022

  • More than 25 research publications have been made using the EC-MS

2020

  • Development of commercial version of analytical instrument for industrial process monitoring

2019

  • Successful pilot projects in biogas and wastewater

  • Vækstfonden and a consortium of private investors invest 

2018

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  • Development of analytical instrument for R&D applications

  • Spectro Biogas coowned with E.ON is established

2017

  • Commercialization of the microchip

  • First prototype sales to research institutions

2016

  • Based on discovery by the founders and DTU professors Ib Chorkendorff, and Peter Vesborg

  • Academic validation and patent application 

Our team

JOHANNES NOVAK

 

ANNA WINIWARTER

SANJEEV VISHAL KOTA

ARWINDER SINGH

arw@spectroinlets.com

JONATHAN KRISTIANSEN

HJALMAR ANDERSSON

Board of Directors

Chairman

MICHAEL KJÆR

Vice-Chairman

THEIS MALMBORG

 

Board member

OLE VORM

Board member

SIMON ØELUND

Our news

Hydride coverage on Cu(111)

Congratulations to David Raciti and Thomas P. Moffat from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) on publishing an insightful study quantifying the adsorbed hydrogen on Cu(111) and

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242nd ECS meeting

Thanks for a great conference in Atlanta, GA, at the 242nd meeting by ECS – The Electrochemical Society from Sunday, the 9th, and finishes on the 13th

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