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ACOMP

Fluence Analytics Moves Headquarters to the Houston Area

Fluence Analytics Announces Move to the Houston Area (Houston, TX) ‒ Fluence Analytics, a venture capital backed startup that provides patented process analytics and control solutions to polymer and biopharmaceutical manufacturers, today announced that the company has moved its headquarters to Stafford, Texas, which is part of the greater Houston area. Fluence Analytics is a...
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Fluence Analytics on its move to Stafford

Why tech firm Fluence Analytics moved its HQ to Stafford Alongside a capital raise and striking a deal for distribution in Asia and the Middle East, technology firm Fluence Analytics quietly moved its headquarters from New Orleans to Stafford earlier this month. Fluence Analytics is an industrial technology firm developing products for manufacturers testing and...
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Fluence Analytics Announces New $7.5M Financing Round and Commercial Agreement with Yokogawa Electric Corporation

Fluence Analytics Closes New Financing Round and Business Collaboration Agreement with Yokogawa Electric Corporation (New Orleans, LA, U.S.) ‒ Fluence Analytics, the global leader in continuous polymer reaction monitoring and control, whose industry-leading ACOMP (Automatic Continuous Online Monitoring of Polymerization Reactions) device is the only commercially available system that continuously monitors and measures polymerization reactions in...
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Fluence Analytics Panel on the Future of Advanced Materials

Alex Reed Leads a Panel Discussion on the Future of Advanced Materials Alex Reed, CEO of Fluence Analytics, recently led an exciting panel discussion on trends for advanced materials. The panel occurred during the 2021 Frontier Conference, a leading conference focused on emerging technologies for all key industrial sub-sectors. The 2021 Frontier Conference included national...
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RAFT copolymerization

Kinetic analysis of RAFT and free radical copolymerization

Fluence Analytics and its academic research partner Tulane PolyRMC collaborated on a peer review article for Polymer Journal which describes the kinetic analysis of continuous reaction data for RAFT and free radical copolymerization with acrylic and styrenic monomers. Free radical and RAFT copolymerization rates for styrenic monomers in bulk and aqueous reactions were accelerated by...
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Smart Manufacturing by Fluence Analytics

Smart Manufacturing by Fluence Analytics

Smart Manufacturing by Fluence Analytics Smart Manufacturing, also referred to as the 4th Industrial Revolution or Industry 4.0, is an innovative approach to manufacturing that utilizes technology to deliver superior efficiency and performance in production. Oftentimes, deep analysis of available data, adding new sensors, and increasing the frequency and type of data gathered, are approaches...
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Technical Bulletin – FATB0720 – Fourth Edition

The fourth edition of the Fluence Analytics Technical Bulletin Series includes new application notes on using ACOMP to monitor the polymerization of rubbers and two feature podcast segments.
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Alex Reed on James West Podcast

Alex Reed Interview on James West Podcast

Alex Reed Interview on James West Podcast Alex Reed, CEO of Fluence Analytics, was recently interviewed for a podcast hosted by James West, an experienced institutional investor with Evercore ISI. During the interview Alex discusses the emergence of Fluence Analytics, securing initial market traction, and navigating venture capital financing. Alex notes that Fluence Analytics was...
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ACOMP

Monitoring EPDM Rubber: ACOMP Application Note 005

Determining Correlations in EPDM Rubber between Compositional Properties, Rheological Properties, and Detectable Trends via ACOMP   Authors: Michael F. Drenski, Dr. Matthew Crosley, Fluence Analytics David G. Ward (Lion Elastomers), Josh Vaughn (formerly with Lion Elastomers)   Abstract Automatic Continuous Online Monitoring of Polymerization reactions (ACOMP) was successfully used to measure the low and high...
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