Chemical reaction monitoring.


The Impact of Waveguide-Enhanced Raman on Reaction Monitoring.

In the realm of chemical reactions, precision and control are the cornerstones of success. Our state-of-the-art sensor technology, founded on Waveguide Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (WERS), empowers industries to gain unparalleled insights into chemical systems. Real-time composition analysis, whether in batch processes or continuous flow, has never been more accessible, even for small volumes. By harnessing the unique advantages of our integrated photonics-on-a-chip approach, we offer precise, cost-effective, and non-invasive monitoring solutions. With our sensors, industries can achieve real-time control, reduce operational costs, and ensure product quality with unprecedented confidence. Welcome to the future of chemical reaction monitoring.

Applications in your industry.

01. Batch chemistry

For chemical reactions, precision and real-time insights are paramount. By integrating our sensors into batch reactors, industries gain a unique opportunity to transform the way chemical reactions are managed. These sensors enable operators to monitor reaction progress, identify intermediates, and track the consumption of reactants in real-time, all without the need for manual sampling. This integration offers enhanced process control, leading to optimized yields, reduced waste, and the ability to swiftly respond to deviations, ensuring product quality and safety. As batch chemistry continues to evolve, our sensors stand at the forefront, offering an opportunity for industries to achieve unprecedented levels of precision, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness.


  • Real-time Reaction Monitoring: Our sensors offer the opportunity for industries to monitor chemical reactions in real-time within batch reactors. This capability allows for immediate identification of reaction progress and the potential to intervene promptly, improving process efficiency and product quality.
  • Resource Optimization: Integration of our sensors into batch chemistry processes reduces the need for labor-intensive manual sampling and offline analysis. This opportunity limit solvant waste, frees up valuable resources, lowers operational costs, and allows industries to redirect their efforts towards research and innovation.

02. Flow chemistry

Flow chemistry represents a paradigm shift in chemical processes, and our sensors seamlessly integrate into these systems, opening up exciting opportunities. By placing our sensors within flow reactors, industries can monitor reaction kinetics, product formation, and the integrity of reagents in real-time, all within a continuous flow environment. This integration presents an unparalleled opportunity to optimize reaction conditions, improve selectivity, and minimize by-products. The result is more efficient processes, reduced resource consumption, and the ability to explore complex chemical transformations that were previously challenging to manage. With our sensors as a cornerstone of flow chemistry, industries can embrace innovation and enjoy the benefits of precise, sustainable, and high-yield chemical reactions.


  • Continuous Process Improvement: Our sensors enable continuous, real-time monitoring of chemical reactions in flow systems, offering the opportunity to fine-tune reaction conditions for optimal yield and selectivity. This results in higher productivity and reduced waste.
  • Exploration of Complex Reactions: Flow chemistry often facilitates the execution of intricate and multistep chemical transformations. Our sensors open the door to exploring these complex reactions with precision, offering opportunities for industries to develop innovative processes and products.
  • Sustainability Advancements: By providing real-time data and control over flow chemistry processes, our sensors contribute to resource efficiency and waste reduction, aligning with the growing demand for sustainable and environmentally responsible chemical production methods.

for chemicals.


By reducing the cost of probes, Raman spectroscopy can be applied as a new solution for single use technologies. Open to wider cost-efficient options, several probes can be connected to a single control unit.

Optimize yields and product quality

By monitoring both qualitative and quantitative specific data from your process, real time information becomes accessible.

Sensing area

The sensing area of our sensors, where the light interacts with the medium, is only a few (<5) mm². This means that very small volumes are enough to make a measurement.

Sensitivity and sensibility for all molecules

By optimizing the light-sample interaction, we ensure optimal sensitivity and sensibility. As our technology is based on molecular vibrations, we can detect a large range of informations within the same measurement.

Sample preparation and measurement time

No preparation needed, only a few seconds are required to obtain your data.

Chemical compatibility

Material made of USP class VI, all classic industrial solvants are covered.
Compatible with all sterilisation methods.

Possible use cases.
From pharmaceuticals to energy

Detection and identification of specific molecules

Monitoring of reactions

Ensure real-time correction of deviations