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PEAK ANALYTICAL SYSTEMS

AiNT GmbH is a spin-off of RWTH Aachen University and was founded in 2011. The company is a think tank for metrological systems and has established the division PEAK Analytical Systems for industrial applications of innovative measurement technology and associated  evaluation software and methods.

Our interdisciplinary team consists of nuclear and mineral resources engineers, physicists, chemists, mathematicians, technical designers and software engineers. Within the research project ZEBRA we are currently building up a first measurement system for environmental analysis in a company-owned technical center. Measurement systems for further applications are in a development phase.

In 2018 AiNT has been nominated for the Innovation Price AC2 for the technological and entrepreneurial achievements in the field of measurement technology. The following video (in German) was produced for the presentation of AiNT as a nominee at the price-giving ceremony.

 


TECHNOLOGY

A sample is irradiated by neutrons. Atoms interact with these neutrons and emit high-energy gamma-radiation. The energy of emitted gamma quants is characteristic for each element and can be detected by a detector system.

 

TECHNOLOGY

Our measurement technique for non-destructive elemental analysis for environmental and hazardous substances  is based on prompt and delayed gamma-neutron-activation-analysis (P&DGNAA). This technique enables a complete multi-element analysis by the detection of gamma radiation induced by neutrons. Samples do not require a (possibly destructive) preparation.

 

The measurement system is compactly designed so that it can be operated in a laboratory.

The sample material to be analyzed is introduced via a drawer without the need for an elaborate sample preparation.

The measurement has started. A neutron generator emits neutrons which enter the sample material. The atomic nuclei in the sample are excited by the neutrons and emit characteristic gamma radiation in the process of deexcitation.

This gamma radiation is measured in a detector.

As the measurement time progresses, more and more gamma radiation is detected. The detector registers the specific energies of the gamma radiation and translates this into a spectrum. Based on the evaluation of the peaks within the spectrum, a qualitative and quantitative element analysis of the sample material can be carried out. The positions of the peaks provide information on which elements are present in the sample. 

After the measurement is finished, the sample is removed from the drawer. The neutron generator is switched off and no radiation is produced anymore.


APPLICATIONS

Our technology enables elemental analysis of nearly arbitrary samples. Applications range from environmental analysis, scrap metal analysis and multi-element analysis of electronic scrap to the detection of hazardous substances in children's toys.

 


APPLICATIONS

 

Increased statutory requirements and stricter limits for harmful substances cause a growing demand for elemental analysis in the environmental and nearly all industrial sectors.

The following examples for possible applications of our technology are currently investigated within our research and development project ZEBRA.

 


COMPETENCE TEAM & CONTACT

We are a growing team of scientists, engineers and technicians excited about skilled and motivated candidates who are interested in joining us!

 

COMPETENCE TEAM

Our interdisciplinary team is involved in several research and development projects advancing PEAK's measurement technology and enabling completely new applications of analytical techniques.


DR. RER. NAT.
JOHN KETTLER

CEO


DR.-ING. ANDREAS
HAVENITH

CEO


DR. RER. NAT.
KAI KRYCKI

Development


SILKE
SIEBRECHT

Assistant to the Management


DR. RER. NAT
MARTIN DÜRR

Project Engineer


DR. RER. NAT
BO FU

Project Engineer


BIRGIT
HAAKE

M.Sc.


BENGT
HANSMANN

M.Sc.


TIM
HANSMANN

M.Sc.


MARIUS
HIRSCH

M. Sc.


FREDERIC
SIMONS

B. Sc., MATSE


FLORIAN
REISENHOFER

M. Sc.


DR. CHRISTOPHER
HELMES

Development


ALEXANDER
JESSER

M. Sc.


MARCEL
ROTHER

M. Sc., MATSE


MARTINA
WANGNICK

B. Eng.


MARTINA
KETTLER

Technical Engineer


HEIKO
LINDEMANN

Graphic Designer


KEVIN
WLASAK

Trainee MATSE

COMPANY CONTACT

PEAK ANALYTICAL SYSTEMS

a division of
Aachen Institute for Nuclear Training GmbH
Cockerillstrasse 100
52222 Stolberg (Rhld.)
Germany

Phone +49 (0) 2402 127505 111
Fax     +49 (0) 2402 127505 500
Email  contact@peak-analytical.de

 

This project has received funding from
the European Union´s Horizon 2020
research and innovation programme
under grant agreement No. 827302.

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