Chemical printer and mapper

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ChemCal Chemical printer and mapper On Request On Request


The ChemCal chemical printer is an instrument with two functions:

  • The first function is to generate precisely known concentrations of single or multiple chemical compounds on smooth or irregular surfaces. This provides well defined chemical targets for calibrating detectors used for measuring the type and concentration of trace chemical contaminants on surfaces

  • The second function is to calibrate the TraC trace chemical detector over a wide range of chemicals and chemical concentrations. The ChemCal enables the automatic generation of a chemical concentration curve

It can handle as many as 22 different chemicals, which can be laid down on both smooth and irregular surfaces in a variety of nanodroplet patterns, which are interleaved or overlaid to suit the chemical detection application. Colloidal dispersions, such as microbial dispersions can also be accurately deposited. In addition, it can handle a wide range of fluid viscosities and surface tensions.

The advantage of ChemCal over other multi-nozzle inkjet array methods is that it can deposit highly accurate concentrations of materials in both uniform and non-uniform concentrations or gradients to simulate situations in which trace contamination detectors are employed.


Key Features

  • Surface chemical printer: produces known chemical distributions and precise droplet mass deposits
  • Wide range of substrates: chemicals can be dispersed on a wide range of substrate surface materials and topography
  • Chemical mapper: calibrates the TraC over a wide range of chemicals and chemical concentrations
  • Broad areal concentration range: <1ng/cm2 to >10mg/cm2


  • Calibration/validation of new rapid cleaning validation tools i.e TraC
  • Creation of new swabbing protocols
  • Training new swabbing personnel
  • Printing known amounts of thin layer API for drug delivery
  • In-Situ hotspot detection training
  • Research on thin layer API chemistry such as sublimation, oxidative damage, photo-stability, etc