Measurement System m:explore.eis

Ultra-Wideband Impedance Spectroscopy

Analyse properties of any fluids with our m:explore.eis measurement system – our technology can assess properties of liquids! Using electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (= eis), you can distinguish the components of a complex substance.

Ilmsens GmbH Measurement System m:explore.eis

Increase the efficiency of your resources!

Process optimisation: Improve process control!

Generate a fingerprint of your fluid!

User-friendly due to intuitive operation!

Tailor the system to your requirements!

USE CASES: Industrial Sectors

Use Case: Food Industry

Food Industry

Use Case: Industrial Cleaning

Industrial Cleaning

Use Case: Cosmetics


Use Case: Nonionic Surfactants
Use Case: Lubricants


Use Case: Renewable Ressources

Renewable Ressources

Use Case: Oil


Use Case: Your Idea

Your Idea

USE CASES: Manufacturing Process

Use Case: Quality Control

Quality Control & Monitoring

Use Case: Maintenance


Use Case: Detect Impurities

Detect Impurities

Use Case: Refractometer Substitution

Refractometer Substitution

Why using m:explore.eis?

  • Harmless for humans and machines
  • Robust and compact design
  • Rapid and sensitive real-time measurements
  • Non-contact measurement in the process: The electrodes can be shielded from severe measurement environments
  • Hyper-wideband: The wide frequency range of the measurement allows unambiguous statements about the composition of complex liquids, e.g. detection of impurities or contaminations
  • Seamless integration into existing productions

"The wide frequency range of the measurement allows distinct statements about the composition of complex liquids."

Ilmsens Application engineer Philipp Gelmroth


Philipp Gelmroth M.Sc.

Application Engineer

+49 3677 76130-34

How does m:explore.eis work?

The newly developed device series m:explore.eis represents a complete system for the compact measurement of any liquid by electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS). The measuring box can be used as a bypass to transport liquids into the internal measuring cell by an integrated peristaltic pump. The device can operate in manual, semi-automatic or fully automatic mode. The measuring cell has a temperature control unit to set and maintains target temperatures from room temperature to approx. 98 °C. The devices of the measuring box series can record an impedance spectrum in the frequency range from a few 100 Hz to 6 GHz.


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