With the continuous transformation in the life science, healthcare, biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries, the need for accurate, reliable and fast analytical instrumentation and solutions. We know your process.
The pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries continue to be an essential element of healthcare systems worldwide. Today’s manufacturers need to know about the latest Process Analytical Technologies (PAT). Implementing the most innovative, cutting-edge technologies gives pharmaceutical manufacturers the tools needed to gain position in the marketplace.
We offer a wide range of dew point moisture measurement solutions for the Pharmaceutical, Cosmetic and Healthcare Industries. Our Hyper-Thin-Film HTF™ sensor technology can be trusted for reliability, accuracy and is economical. Our portable XPDM™ dew point meter is perfect for spot checks. It provides measurements with a sensitivity several orders of magnitude larger than of those made with all other technologies. HTF™ sensors are free of drift and insensitive to temperature changes over most of their range. The portable dew point meter XPDM is a battery operated, hand-held instrument, designed for applications where quick and accurate dew point measurements have to be made. With the XPDM, accurate spot-checks of moisture in gases can be made faster and easier than ever, over the range of -148°F to +68°F (-100°C to +20°C) dew point.
In the fermentation process, the growth of bacteria and production of drugs takes place under very tight conditions. The aeration rate, temperature and dosage of nutrients are regulated very closely during several stages of the process. Our Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer is used to provide full, fast and precise analysis of the incoming air and the off gas from the fermenter.
For the first time, powerful advanced spectroscopy is available at a popular price for a host of applications, from quality assurance to cylinder filling, as well as welding, medical, industrial and high-purity gas production; bulk delivery and distribution transfer points; and more. Say goodbye to cumbersome, complex, costly and labor-intensive mid-20th century technology. Gone is the need for calibration, spare parts, cramped ranges, and worries about drift and downtime. The speed alone will make you gasp. Plus, it’s a joy to start-up and to operate. Look at our Spark™ H2O CRDS gas analyzer for effortless trace moisture detection as low as 3 ppb.
Also, our extremely versatile T-I Max™ CEM CRDS gas analyzer is used for real-time, continuous emissions monitoring of gas concentrations for target compounds, both for compliance and process control. It is an ideal, proven solution for MATS HCl compliance needs.Other applications include continuous emissions monitoring of sources, such as cement kilns, power plants, paper mills, and refineries. Using our T-I Max CEM analyzer, you can verify concentrations of target compounds with parts-per-billion accuracy, drift-free stability, and virtually immediate response. The T-I Max CEM detects NH3, HCl, HF, H2S, and CH4, among other species. You will find our analyzer is easy to install, exceptionally intuitive to use, and effortless to maintain. The modern software enables you to easily configure the analyzer via its touchscreen display and to communicate with virtually any manufacturer’s DAHS. Two units fit into one 19” rack mount. The robust design—free of moving parts—results in an analyzer that has a high mean time between failures (MTBF) and a very low cost of ownership (COO).
The MAX300-CAT™ Laboratory Gas Analyzer is a fast, high-sensitivity, quantitative gas analyzer for catalysis, reaction monitoring, and environmental research. This powerful quadrupole system performs high precision quantitative analysis of every component in a gas or vapor mixture and can be equipped for the fully automated sampling of 61+ gas channels. With the ability to track concentration changes from ppb levels to 100% and continuous data updates in seconds, the MAX300-CAT provides a compact, flexible platform optimized for gas reaction studies in catalysis, bioreactor control, process development, and environmental analysis.