Aging or unsupported technology gives rise to business-critical risks concerning areas of productivity, continuity, and output in today’s fast-paced, high-tech laboratory environments where a drastic transformation in skills and practices has occurred in recent years.
Investing in new technology means weighing up the true costs of inaction versus the benefits of staying ahead and what that means for your business.
Come April 2022, the long-serving Mastersizer 2000 laser diffraction particle size analyzer comes to the end of its lifespan with continued support no longer available. This system was pioneering in enabling laser diffraction particle sizing to become the analytical tool regarded as the standard that the manufacturing industry is dependent on to this day.
It also paved the way for the next generation Mastersizer 3000, a robust, sophisticated system with extended measurement range, intelligent automated operation, and small footprint. This aligns it perfectly with current demands in today’s laboratories which often call for the need to streamline workflows.
An upgrade that fully supports the Mastersizer 3000 - whether from Mastersizer 2000 or an alternate system or technology - will reduce any associated risks and future-proof laboratory processes, providing many compelling reasons for organizations to act now and consider an upgrade.
Deliver a Timely and Seamless Transition for Your Organization
Taking immediate action means making sure the timeline for upgrading to the Mastersizer 3000 can be achieved with ease and comfort while building around your specific needs and resources.
Malvern Panalytical’s expert teams will cooperate with you during the entire process, but hesitating and acting later carries the risk of having to condense timelines and accelerate essential activities as the hard cut-off of April 2022 nears.
Malvern Panalytical teams have already assisted thousands of users to ensure the transition from the Mastersizer 2000 to the Mastersizer 3000 is smooth and successful. Many upgrades have taken place in critical applications with Malvern’s specialists guiding organizations each step of the way to develop a transition plan and support installation, commissioning, and beyond.
Experience has demonstrated that in regulated environments, additional time must be allowed for in to guarantee timely migration of critical methods and satisfactory completion of the more comprehensive validation requirements: this makes it all the more crucial to avoid delay.
Failure to suitably plan the transition procedure in good time puts measurement continuity at risk in all cases and all settings.
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