Food industry
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Semi-conductor industry

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Application development

Hybriscan Technologies is your partner in developing Raman spectroscopy application. We provide services in the whole trajectory from concept to implementation.

Raman spectroscopy gives a complete different angle on your sample compared to other analysis methods. It provides you with unprecedented detailed molecular information.

At our facilities we have state of the art Raman equipment available to do the most demanding Raman measurements. Our expertise in analysing Raman data and modelling data will help you to get a better understanding of your samples and predict sample characteristics based on their Raman signatures.

The developed data analysis and data models can be validated to turn them into (near) real time analysis tools.
Hybriscan Technologies B.V. builds Raman systems meeting your requirements. The proposed solutions are based on our long expertise in the development of high performance Raman instrumentation and balances performance and costs with the application requirements.

Examples of projects:
saxion- An inverted Raman microscope developed for educational purposes at Saxion University. The system is based on an Olympus IX2 microscope and an Andor Shamrock spectrometer and CCD detector. The Raman microscope can be switched between 532 nm and 785 nm excitation without realignment. The system is supposed to be student proof and can be used to give students an introduction to the experimental aspects of Raman spectroscopy as well as research projects.

- Hybriscan collaborates in the STW project chaired by AMC. Within this project Hybriscan develops protocols and data analysis methods to locate sub-micron particles with SEM which are then characterized with Raman spectroscopy. Our Raman SEM correlative imaging platform provides the ideal instrument for characterisation of these sub-micron particles due to its exceptional high optical throughput.