“MOTRAS is engaged in scientific and analytical instrumentation and support various industries like agriculture, mining, metallurgy, defense.”
Motras Scientific Instruments: Big Time IoT-Fying Measuring Instrumentation
Motras Scientific Instruments are engaged in scientific and analytical instrumentation and support various industries like agriculture, mining, metallurgy, defense. Motras Scientific Instruments are into manufacturing of Atomic Absorption and UV- Visible spectrophotometer.
MOTRAS (MOdern Technological Research of Applied Sciences) Scientific venture is an ISO 9001:2008 & CE – Certified Company engaged in manufacturing & automation integration of global innovative technologies and integrates the best of the technologies in analytical instruments of Global & Indian markets.
With over 25 years of experience in scientific instruments, Motras Scientific Instruments have wide range of equipments like Flame-Atomic Absorption spectrophotometer, Graphite-Atomic Absorption spectrophotometer, UV-VIS NIR to support quantitative analysis in various domains.
About Motras Scientific Instruments
It is indisputable that technological advancements have made the world a better place to live. Let’s take agriculture as an example. When it comes to long-term sustainability, soil quality is crucial. It is also directly proportional to precise nutritional analysis and balance, which leads to perfect long-term growth conditions. Spectrophotometers have become a valuable asset for assessing micronutrients, nitrogen and phosphorus levels in fertilisers, and other chemicals as improved spectrophotometric technologies have evolved. MOTRAS Scientific Instruments Pvt. Ltd., a company engaged in the manufacturing of analytical instruments and the automation through integration of global innovative technologies, is changing the game of analytical precision for a wide range of industries, including agriculture produce, through world-class analytical instruments.
MOTRAS (MOdern Technological Research of Applied Sciences), based in New Delhi, integrates the best of technologies into analytical instruments for industries such as Defense, Mining, Metallurgy, Building Materials, Food, Paint & Coatings, Pharmaceutical, Paper, Plastic, and Textile on a global and Indian scale.
“We are the only scientific instrument manufacturing company in India that manufactures advanced analytical instruments for such a wide range of sectors,” says K.C. Purohit, Director, MOTRAS Scientific Instruments, a 40-year industry veteran. The company’s portfolio includes a double-beam Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer (AAS) with auto sampler and completely automatic gasbox with software controlled flow (for ultra trace level elemental analysis and automatic operation), as well as a double-beam UV-visible spectrophotometer. Another example of its foresighted product development strategy is the state-of-the-art Mercury analyzer, which uses CFR21 para 11 compliant software to detect very dangerous metals in drinking water.
The Makings of a Quiet Revolution
MOTRAS’ solutions (both hardware and software) are in high demand due to its distinctive, original, and user-centric development style, as well as its passion for and daring to incorporate futuristic technologies. Recently, the company has boasted of incorporating new advancements in its instruments, such as a Windows 10 based touch screen system and the ability to provide IoT powered remote help to users with Wi-Fi/Ethernet access.
“The vendors normally send a technician to the job site, which causes delays and reduces the company’s output.” Our users get their problems solved in minutes thanks to a mix of sensors and a solid IoT framework compatible with platforms including Windows, Linux, iOS, and Android,” says Anuj Purohit, Director, MOTRAS Scientific Instruments. MOTRAS also owns the MotrasCloudAnalyst platform, which allows users to install automated tests into the company’s instruments. This eliminates user errors, guarantees that management receives accurate data, and makes the system failsafe.
However, in addition to technological prowess, you’ll need the correct talents and thought incorporated into the gorgeous shell of your product to make a true effect. This is where MOTRAS’ in-house team deserves the most praise. Hand-picked 3D/2D CAD CAM designers and software developers who are passionate about embedded systems work in-house. MOTRASians make a real impact in the ultimate result by exercising their creative muscles and collaborating closely with the company’s vendors. What’s the end result? MOTRAS provides the highest level of quality. Period.
“Our research and development team is now working on a CCD-based handheld spectrophotometer that will revolutionise the market by allowing customers to do analytical tests on their mobile devices.” ELISA Reader, Fluorescence spectroscopy, Raman spectroscopy, and building an Artificial Intelligence powered neural network (AI) for pattern recognition are some of the other current priority areas, according to Anuj.
Cost & Quality
When living in a country like India, quality and technological inclusion are frequently insufficient to win enough games. MOTRAS is well aware of the need of keeping an eye on pricing ranges, thanks to the guidance of industry experts like Purohit. To cut costs, the corporation leverages its technology expertise at all levels and across all instruments. Furthermore, it is well-known for providing free software upgrades, despite the fact that many other companies charge for them.
Furthermore, it is a sad truth that our country imports over 90% of sophisticated analytical instruments at excessive prices, and they frequently fail after the warranty period due to a lack of readily available expensive spares. Furthermore, many foreign instruments are incompatible with India’s dusty climate and unreliable electrical supply. MOTRAS’ offerings, on the other hand, are not only world-class and indigenous, but the spares are also affordable and readily available. This enables people to perceive a stronger value proposition, as well as the company’s support for its customers.
The Tech Cycle That Never Ends
Reputable companies and government bodies such as the National Physical Laboratory, ICAR, ICMR, CSIR, DST, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, and Pollution Control Boards have recognised the value proposition of the 2015-born company. It’s no surprise that MOTRAS has risen by leaps and bounds in recent years, servicing the world’s most prestigious analytical laboratories, R&D departments, and institutes. Setting up a new state-of-the-art manufacturing unit and sales office in IMT Manesar Gurugram, NCR Delhi region, is a new frontier.
The scientific market is now transitioning to newer technology, with the goal of providing a whole new experience to the world. The industry’s rivalry has long been cutthroat, thanks to the growing number of technology companies. End-users, on the other hand, benefit from having access to a new world of technologies and services at a low cost. “We have faith in our ability to produce software and in our ability to think creatively. As a result, we will continue to spend extensively in R&D in order to meet any challenge that lies ahead,” Anuj finishes.
Key Management:K.C. Purohit, Director
K.C. Purohit is an industry veteran who has over 40 years of experience in analytical instrumentation on his side. He has worked with Indian associate companies like Varian, US, Jobin Yvon SA of France, Bausch & Lomb of the US, GBC of Australia and ECIL (DAE). He is the visionary and guiding light of MOTRAS.
Anuj Purohit, Director
Anuj holds over 12 years of experience in software and electronics vertical. He has headed business analysis projects in London, Switzerland & India. The Young Turk today is taking MOTRAS’ vision to the next level.
Year of Establishment: 2015
•MS UV Plus
•Mercury Analyzer- HG100
•CCD based spectrophotometer – 1500V