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Kaiser Raman Pilot-E Probe

Offering sampling versatility in the lab and reduced cost for the process environment

The single cable design of the Kaiser Raman Pilot-E probe simplifies installation, eliminates risk scenarios where the interlock is separate from the laser excitation, and minimizes installed cost for long fiber runs in the process environment. All Pilot probes utilize a hybrid electro/optical fiber cable assembly to carry the analytical signal and the safety interlock in a single easy to install cable.  Kaiser Raman Pilot probes are ideal for:

  • Pharmaceutical manufacturing facilities in glass-lined reactors as part of a Quality-by-Design (QbD) solution using Process Analytical Technology (PAT) analyzers (does not require reactor modification)
  • Chemical facilities to measure batch or continuous flow production

For direct measurements in cryogenic fluids, an optimized cryogenic version of the Pilot-E probe is available.

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Benefits

  • Probe constructed to individual site requirements
  • Sealed probe design
  • Integrated “laser on” indicator
  • One in/one out fiber optics
  • Hazardous area certified: North America, ATEX, International

Field of Application

  • Chemical: reaction monitoring, blending
  • Polymer: polymerization reaction monitoring, polymer blending
  • Pharmaceutical: API reaction monitoring, crystallization, polymorph, drug substance production unit operation
  • Oil & Gas: fuel blending, fuel characterization

Features and Specifications

Measuring principle
Raman

Laser wavelength
532 nm, 785 nm, 1000 nm

Spectral coverage
175-4323 cm-1 (532 nm)
150-3425 cm-1 (785 nm),
200-2400 cm-1 (1000 nm)

Maximum laser power into probe head
≤499 mW

Sample Interface
SS 316L: –30° to 120°C
Alloy C276: –30° to 150°C
Titanium: –30° to 150°C

Flange: up to 305 diameter, ANSI B 16.5 or DIN

Cryogenic compatible version available upon request

Relative Humidity
Up to 95%, non-condensing

Pressure
SS 316L: Up to 370 psi
Alloy C276: up to 650 psi
Titanium: up to 150 psi

Body and wetted materials
Body: Alloy C276
(SS 316L and titanium options available, contact us for more information)

Window: High-purity sapphire

Fiber optic cable
Design: PVC jacketed, proprietary construction
Connections: proprietary electro-optic
Temperature: –40 to 80°C
Length: 5000 mm (16.4 feet) standard, custom lengths available
Minimum bend radius: 152.4 mm (6 inches)

Length (mm)
Contact Kaiser for more information
(lengths from 152 mm to 4,572 mm have been previous constructed)

Diameter (mm)
From 25-51

Documents/ Manuals/Software

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