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Pharmaceutical analysis equipment encompasses a variety of technqiues that the pharmaceutical industry use to characterize their products. They may involve both chemical or physical property analysis to ensure dosages are correct and the products of the required quality.
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HORIBA offers a flexible surface plasmon resonance imaging system called OpenPlex. The system is specifically designed to meet the needs of biophysicists, biologists and biochemists.
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Choosing the best possible sampling method is crucial when solving a specific analysis task. With the MPA, you have a complete solution at hand for your method development. The modular and compact instrument can easily be adapted to your needs. If at a later stage new applications arise, simply have the required sampling tool added; all combinations are possible at any time. The robustness of the instrument allows it to be used in the laboratory and factory floor. The MPA can be connected to your laptop via Plug & Play Ethernet and can even be placed on a utility cart to improve its mobility.
Labthink has developed the i-Meditek 1300 medical packaging tester for analyzing the physical properties of medical packages such as infusion bags, ampoule bottles and blister packs.
Micromeritics’ ASAP 2020 Accelerated Surface Area and Porosimetry analyzer uses the gas sorption technique to generate high-quality data for research and quality control applications. Available options include the micropore option, the high-vac option, and the chemisorption option, which uses the static volumetric technique to determine the percent metal dispersion, active metal surface area, size of active particles, and surface acidity of catalyst materials.
It is possible to simultaneously weigh two samples with the IsoSORP instruments. Along with determining the mass change of the sample material, a second inert sample can be weighed.
The new CAMSIZER XT provides particle size and shape distribution analysis needed for the quality control of fine powders and suspensions. The design of the CAMSIZER XT is based on the well-proven dynamic image analysis system CAMSIZER but is optimized for finer samples (from 1 µm to 3 mm). Both improved optical resolution and new options for material feeding allow for an extended application range.
In the pharmaceutical and manufacturing industries, measuring particle contamination is of utmost importance. Damage by these particles can have damaging effects in machinery and harmful effect in pharmaceuticals.
The alpha300 R provides a still unmatched level of Confocal Raman Imaging capabilities focusing on high resolution as well as high speed spectrum and image acquisition.
The magnetic suspension balance from Rubotherm is at the heart of the company’s gravimetric product lines for weighing the sample material accurately.
The ProteomeLab XL-A/XL-I in-solution characterization of proteins, oligomers, aggregates, particles, colloids, and small structures delivers accurate results you can rely on time and again. In-solution characterization allows for testing in native conditions, meaning you determine the sample testing environment that best suits your needs.
The IsoSORP® Manometric instrument is capable of determining gas adsorption and desorption of up to five samples using the static volumetric method.
The PA 800 plus Pharmaceutical Analysis System was designed in collaboration with biopharmaceutical development and QC groups. This platform provides analysts with robust and easy-to-use characterization, integrating quantitative, qualitative and automated solutions for protein purity, charge isoform distribution and glycan analysis.
HORIBA offers an advanced microliter fluorescence measurement solution called Microsense.
Measuring fluid density such as liquids, vapors and supercritical gases with reference data quality is a precondition for formulating thermal equations of state.