Innovative Leaps in FTIR Technology – Introducing the Next Generation of Handheld FTIR for Non-Destructive Materials Analysis

Recorded on March 25, 2014

The Agilent next generation handheld FTIR brings the power of infrared analysis out of the lab and into the field – introducing the newest generation of analytical handheld technology.

Come get an inside look into the new revolutionary instrumentation and applications for non-destructive measurement in a broad range of industrial markets including composites, coatings, polymers, geology, art and historical objects, food, and agriculture.

Handheld FTIR allows the user to take the instrument directly to the object requiring analysis, regardless of its location or size – eliminating the need to transport an object or sample to a traditional lab. Measurements can be made in situ and in real-time, enabling greater flexibility in understanding what and where to measure. It also means that it is not necessary to excise a sample from the object, making handheld FTIR a truly non-destructive testing solution.

Agilent is pleased to introduce the latest innovation in its long line of class-leading mobile spectroscopy products – the Next Generation Handheld FTIR.

• Better ergonomics lead to better results, Comfortable use – weighing under 5 lbs, the system is designed for mobile measurement

• Measurement versatility – Interchangeable sample interfaces are ideal for a diverse range of applications not readily addressed by other techniques, this includes objects that are reflective, non-reflective, infrared absorbing or scattering.

• Superior data – optimized electronic components and ultra-short internal optical path yield better results

• Simplicity – no alignment optics, intuitive mobile FTIR software that is integrated into the system platform and a “one button” method initiation provides rapid technology adoption


Kristen Moore

Multimedia Producer


Shannon Richard

Product Manager - Mobile Measurement FTIR Products

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