Product line for Automatic Continuous Online Monitoring of Polymerization Reactions (ACOMP) released

  • Spin-out company founded to commercialize Smart Manufacturing Process Analyzers based on Tulane University technology
  • Automatic continuous online monitoring of polymer reactions (ACOMP) product line
  • Also released: 16 channel light scattering tool

Advanced Polymer Monitoring Technologies, Inc., or APMT, a spin-out company based on Tulane University technology, has released two products for polymer and biotechnology applications. APMT entered into an exclusive license agreement with Tulane for a number of patents and patent applications invented by Prof. Wayne F. Reed, Director, Tulane Center for Polymer Reaction Monitoring and Characterization (PolyRMC).

Automatic continuous online monitoring of polymer reactions (ACOMP) product line

The underlying technology for the company’s automatic continuous online monitoring of polymer reactions (ACOMP) product line, was developed in Prof. Reed’s lab over the past 16 years. The commercialization of this technology allows manufacturers to monitor fundamental polymer properties continuously during the reaction enabling much more efficient control over the quality of the product and the use of production, feedstock and energy inputs.

16 channel light scattering tool

The company’s other product line, Argen, is a 16 channel light scattering tool that enables researchers and manufacturers to rapidly and continuously monitor the stability of their products under varying stressor conditions. Argen applications include characterization of biopharmaceutical stability, polymer degradation, and stability of other formulations such as paints, electronic materials and nano-particle suspensions.

Advanced Polymer Monitoring Technologies, Inc. develops, manufactures and distributes products and services for the real time monitoring and control of polymer reactions across all synthetic and natural polymer sectors from R&D through high volume industrial production.


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