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  • Can You Syringe A BioScience Material?
    Can You Syringe A BioScience Material?

    Bioscience engineering is producing an array of new materials for use in the human body. Dental adhesives, ophthalmic fluids, bone joint fillers are but a few of the examples. Physical property testing is needed to qualify the performance of these materials, both in terms of how they handle as well as their final application within the body.

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WHITE PAPERS & CASE STUDIES

  • Procedural Reliability In Pharmaceutical Production
    Procedural Reliability In Pharmaceutical Production

    The worst thing that can happen on a pharmaceutical production line is a mix-up, i.e. either the product or the ID code is not what it should be.

  • High-Speed Pharmaceutical Glass Vial Inspection With In-Sight Vision Systems
    High-Speed Pharmaceutical Glass Vial Inspection With In-Sight Vision Systems

    Few industrial sectors have such stringent quality requirements as the pharmaceutical industry. To meet these exacting specifications, companies are increasingly utilizing intelligent vision systems.

  • Destructive Testing: Does Your Hard Tablet Measure Up?
    Destructive Testing: Does Your Hard Tablet Measure Up?

    Vitamins and medicines oftentimes come in the form of hard tablets. Manufacturers need to ensure that they hold together from time of manufacture to moment of consumption by the customer. R&D scientists have come up with a battery of tests that can evaluate the physical properties of tablets related to fracturability and crush worthiness. Instruments of choice called “Texture Analyzers” which have come initially from the food industry are being used to perform these tests.

  • Medical Device Package Inspection Case Study
    Medical Device Package Inspection Case Study

    Medical device manufacturing is a labor intensive process, requiring operator involvement from manufacturing through final inspection of products.

  • Determination Of Cell Aggregation In Bacteria Cultures With An Automatic And Reliable Method
    Determination Of Cell Aggregation In Bacteria Cultures With An Automatic And Reliable Method

    The percentage of aggregates in bacteria cultures may be determined by employing the Coulter Principle, also known as Electrical Sensing Zone (ESZ) technique. The ISO International Standard 13319 describes this technique. By Andres Lobeiras, Product Manager, Beckman Coulter, Inc

  • Viscosity Flow Curve Tells All
    Viscosity Flow Curve Tells All

    Characterizing any material for flow behavior involves testing it over a range of shear rates relevant to how it is processed in manufacturing or how it is used by the consumer. Ointments, for example, are used to coat human body parts like skin, lips, finger/toe nails, hair, eyeballs, etc. The coating action is such that the medicinal mixture, once applied to the surface of the object, spreads as it is rubbed into place. Therefore, a relevant viscosity test would employ shear rates that mimic this type of spreading action.

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PRODUCTS & SERVICES

Versa Rx High-Accuracy, High-Rate Checkweigher

Versa Rx High-Accuracy, High-Rate Checkweigher

The Thermo Scientific Versa Rx checkweigher provides superior quality to meet the most demanding performance standards.

Versa RxV Pharmaceutical Checkweigher with Integrated Track and Trace

Versa RxV Pharmaceutical Checkweigher with Integrated Track and Trace

The Versa RxV checkweigher enables manufacturers to print and verify codes that can be used for either unit level or lot level traceability, thus helping to keep the drug supply chain safer.

Affordable Raman Analyzer:  EZRaman-N

Affordable Raman Analyzer: EZRaman-N

The EZRaman-N system features a narrow linewidth frequency stabilized laser, high throughput fiber optics probe, and an optically fast (f/1.6) spectrograph with TE cooled CCD detector. This system is easy to use with powerful and user-friendly RamanReader software and provides excellent long term reliability with minimal maintenance.

Industrial Process Raman Analyzer: ExpertRaman

Industrial Process Raman Analyzer: ExpertRaman

ExpertRaman-W systems each features a 785 nm frequency stabilized laser, high sensitivity CCD spectrograph with the CCD cooled to –60ºC and a high throughput immersion fiber optics probe. The system has ~10 cm -1 averaged optical resolution (optional 5 cm-1) with spectral coverage from ~250 to 3,200 cm-1.

Plastics Identification In Seconds: POLYMAX III Handheld Raman

Plastics Identification In Seconds: POLYMAX III Handheld Raman

When it comes to plastics identification, knowing exactly what you have is important. Take the guess work out of this task with the PolyMax III Handheld Raman Spectrometer, a point and shoot solution that provides fast, simple, operator-independent identification of plastics in seconds with a range of recording and reporting options. It’s rugged and lightweight portable package allows for use throughout the process: point of purchase, receiving, point of process, and point of sale. Ultimately, the Polymax III Handheld Raman Spectrometer provides confidence in plastics identification, buying, and selling. The PolyMax III instrument takes the guesswork out of plastic identification.

Low Cost Raman Microscope:  MicroSense-N

Low Cost Raman Microscope: MicroSense-N

The MicroSense-N system features a Leica DM300 microscope and an EZRaman-N Raman analyzer, the best available lowcost Raman system. The MicroSense-N-785 achieves 50μm spatial resolution with a 40x objective and ~6.5cm-1 spectral resolution with many spectral coverage options to choose from, with both 785nm and 532nm lasers available.

High Performance Raman Microscope: MicroSense-I

High Performance Raman Microscope: MicroSense-I

The MicroSense-I Series High Performance Raman microscopy systems provide the most cost-efficient solution for microscopic Raman analysis.

High Sensitivity Raman Analyzer: ProRaman-L

High Sensitivity Raman Analyzer: ProRaman-L

The ProRaman-L features a high sensitivity CCD spectrograph with CCD cooling temperature to –60º C, and high throughput laboratory fiber optics probes. Each system includes a notebook computer preloaded with RamanReader software for operation. The excitation laser are available at 532 nm and 785 nm.

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