Powerful process analytics for your reactor

  • Blaze’s patented Single-Optical Path Technology allows users to combine multiple analytical technologies into a single probe.
  • Radleys new PTFE Blaze lids allow you to use the Blaze Metrics PAT Probe in our Reactor-Ready Lab Reactor or Mya 4 Reaction Station.
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Best in class PAT in a single probe

Blaze’s patented Single-Optical Path Technology allows users to combine multiple analytical technologies into a single probe.

For more information click below

BlazeMetrics website

Multiple analytical technologies

  • Blaze 14-Bit HDR Microscopy
  • Blaze 14-Bit HDR Turbidity
  • Blaze Image Analysis Derived CLD
    for particle size and count
  • Blaze Particle Focused Raman

 

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Small Molecule Applications

  • Milling
  • Crystallisation
  • Formulation
  • Dissolution Studies
  • Blend Uniformity
  • Encapsulation

Large Molecule Applications

  • Bioreactor Cells
  • Clarification
  • Foreign Matter
  • Protein
  • Agglomeration

PTFE Lids for Reactor-Ready to accept Blaze Probes

Reactor-Ready with Blaze Probe Lid

Reactor-Ready PTFE Blaze probe lid

  • Add powerful Blaze PAT analytics to your Reactor-Ready
  • Compatible with 250 ml, 500 ml, 1 L and 2 L Process vessels
  • Designed to provide optimal positioning of the Blaze probe in the jacketed vessel
  • Compatible with both Blaze Basic and Platform probes
  • Supplied with 14 mm and 19 mm compression fittings for the Blaze probe
  • Can be used in standard operation when not in combination with the Blaze probe
Blaze Probe in Reactor-Ready

Single Probe - Multiple Enabling PAT

  • Designed to provide optimal positioning of the Blaze probe in the reaction vessels.
  • Blaze PAT allows for microscopy, turbidity, particles size and Raman in a single probe.
  • Compatible with both Blaze Basic and Platform probes.

PTFE Lids for Mya 4 to accept Blaze Probes

Mya 4 Blaze Probe Lid close up

Mya 4 PTFE Blaze probe lid

  • Add powerful Blaze PAT analytics to your Mya 4
  • Designed to provide optimal positioning of the Blaze probe in the vessel
  • Compatible with both Blaze Basic and Platform probes

For more information on Mya 4 Reaction Station click below

Mya 4 Reaction Station 
Mya 4 Blaze Probe Lid and plugs

Mya 4 PTFE probe lid - features

  • For use with 400ml Mya process vessel
  • Constructed from glass filled PTFE
  • 6 neck lid, supplied with a dedicated port plug and short blanking plug
  • Lid can also be used in standard operation when not using the PAT probe

Webinar: Insights from CatSci and BlazeMetrics

In this technical webinar our hosts discuss the importance of developing a good crystallisation process for APIs, and how process analytical technologies (PAT) can enhance understanding of the process.

Dr Scott shows case studies designing the crystallisation processes of two compounds, to determine the most stable form for further process development.

Dr Callahan explains how advanced technologies, such as the Blaze probe increase process understanding which can mitigate risks during process development and help optimise crystallisation processes.

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Tips for mounting probes in reactors

Join us for a webinar discussing the correct positioning of different types of laboratory equipment probes in our Reactor-Ready and Mya 4 Reaction Station.

Proper positioning of rigid probes is crucial for accurate process analytics. We will explain the importance of probe placement and its impact on measurement accuracy.

We will present solutions for probe positioning using temperature PAT, pH, and conductivity probes, including compound angled ports in PTFE lids. Radleys has worked in conjunction with BlazeMetrics to design and optimise PTFE lids specifically for use with the Blaze probes.

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Streamline your process development toolkit - On Demand

Webinar: Streamline your process development toolkit

When choosing the kit you will use for your Process R&D chemistry, there are many considerations to be made.

If you’re currently using hotplates, ice baths and jacketed reactors for your small-scale Process R&D chemistry, how could you consolidate this work with a single piece of equipment?

In this webinar we discuss the most common needs for process chemistry and introduce the Mya 4 Reaction station for screening reactions to small scale Design of Experiment.

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The precision of temperature control provided by the Mya 4 has been essential to understanding key processing parameters of temperature sensitive experimentsDr Tim Davies, Senior Development Chemist, Johnson Matthey, Edinburgh, UK