Rapid diagnostic tests for the clear detection of chemical / biological substances. In wine, in food, in serums … – Sustainable with rechargeable battery and integrated rinsing – or inexpensive for single use.
We have the platforms – you have the technology. Together we sprint to the finish line.
We have a few more ideas, for example
- channels, cavities and reaction chambers individually structured by laser
- selective light shields as well as pcb tracks, applied by digital or screen printing
- sensor technology and 32-bit microcontroller on glass – for immediate evaluation
- with display and HMI – or just green / yellow / red LED
- WiFi connectivity and inductive charging
- Rechargeable battery, micro-battery or energy harvester
Application of the month
Our first IMPAtouch series product has been in production for over twelve years
The assembly was everything but a no-brainer – as it is full of complex solutions. First of all, the machine can be used in two fundamentally different operating modes:
- In self-service areas, for example at motorway service stations, it is all about straightforward, clear and simple operation. Desired hot drink with the push of a button.
- In a café, when the barista in front of the machine, 16 additional buttons become available, enabling the professional to customize any hot drink.
Regardless of the operating mode the machine is currently running; The elegant, simple design on an opaque black background is visually impressive. What you don’t see right away: Upward and downward compatibility. Each series of the device front panel fits on each basic device.
Ask the Irlbachers
Flavio G.: „Why does glass break?“
Dr. Alexander Stoppa, Technischer Leiter:
„Glass is a very hard material. When subjected to pressure, it is more than twice as resistant as steel. The problem is tensile loads. At the bottom of micro-cracks, for example caused by mechanical damage to the surface, or structural defects in the glass, strong mechanical stresses arise. These then lead virtually instantaneously to breakage, which – as with other amorphous or brittle materials – hardly announces itself in advance. The technical strength of glass is therefore not an absolute value but is essentially determined by surface defects.
Many types of glass can be protected by thermal toughening. The processes involved make glass significantly less sensitive, which is why one speaks colloquially of “hardened glass”, similar to steel. If thermally toughened glass breaks, it will break into small pieces without sharp edges – in contrast to, for example, uncured wine glasses or bottles.”
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