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

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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