The April issue of Laboratory Equipment features a review of the new spectrometers that debuted at Pittcon 2014 in Chicago. Particular spectroscopy trends that became relevant at the show include food testing and environmental applications, hybrid systems and the reduced use of helium. Other articles discuss surplus lab equipment, the importance of data management, using the correct instrumention and more. Special application sections include Pittcon 2014 Review, Pharmaceutical Labs, Test & Measurement and Gas Supplies.
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Terracon’s plastic freezer trays for single-use 2-D bags were designed to meet the needs of biopharma companies requiring a high-quality system for protecting, transporting and storing these bags.
Rigaku Raman Technologies’ Progeny was designed from the ground up to deliver comprehensive and accurate materials identification, and improved ease-of-use, adaptability and reliability. At the analyzer’s core is an advanced, miniature, VPG-based, 1064-nm optical engine, offering benchtop quality analytical performance in a rugged, ergonomic and IP-68 sealed enclosure.
Omega Engineering’s HMG-10 series of powerful laboratory homogenizers has a 142-W, high-torque motor with a variable speed adjustment, separate on/off switch and is manufactured from 316 stainless steel material.
AdvantaPure’s AdvantaPass wall pass-through technology efficiently transfers critical fluids during pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical production.
Micronic’s Modular Freezer Rack provides a flexible and low-cost solution for organizing sample storage in a chest freezer. The lightweight modular storage system fits into all chest freezers and is fully compatible with ANSI/SLAS standard footprint storage racks.
GEA Niro Soavi’s full skid homogenizers meet all the fundamental requirements of hygienic design and quality. The company’s experience in pharmaceutical application enables technical support in the preparation of a full documentation package for cGMP certification and in the selection of the right component materials (FDA-approved gasket and 3A certified materials).
Cilas Particle Size’s Small Volume Unit can be used with any of the company’s high resolution laser particle size analyzers. The unit is the perfect solution for users who need to measure very small quantities of a sample.
AMSBIO’s Lipidure-coat low-adhesion plates and dishes are effective tools for state-of-the-art 3-D spheroid cell culture. These plates and dishes are available in 384-well format optimized for drug screening or other high-throughput applications.
Cresset’s Spark V10.2 helps enhance the optimization phase of a drug discovery program by recommending new molecules to make from the immediately accessible chemistry space. It is a powerful tool for generating novel and diverse structures.
The October issue of Laboratory Equipment features a cover story on environmental water analysis, including a case study on a small N.J.-based environmental laboratory. Other articles detail the sample preparation and analysis of arsenic in rice, and how manifold technology simplifies fluid handling.
Avantor Performance Materials’ Super Refined grade of polysorbate products improve solubilization and stability in a variety of biopharmaceutical and small-molecule drug formulations.
Control Co.’s Traceable pH Buffer Standards, Certified Reference Materials are 100% compatible with all instruments and probes.
As a self-serve, free-to-use tool, Thermo Fisher Scientific’s iAutomate is designed to reduce the time associated with configuring and trialing an automation set-up.
Distek’s multi-parameter ezTab Tablet Hardness Tester is USP 1217 and EP 2.9.8 compliant, and offers enhanced flexibility and configurability while maintaining a user-friendly experience.
Omega Engineering’s PX409-USBH series of high-speed pressure transducers connect directly to a computer, and feature excellent long term stability, 316 L SS wetted parts, 1000/reading/sec and is ruggedized with secondary containment.
The Viscosizer 200 from Malvern Instruments was primarily developed to help solve key analytical challenges at the preformulation stage of pharmaceutical, and particularly biopharmaceutical, development.
Quality-driven managers and workers alike gain a powerful new tool to manage procedures with today’s release of Protocol Labacus 2.0 by Abacalab improves completeness, accuracy, efficiency and mobility for users of SOPs and step-wise processes by harnessing advances in computers and tablets.
The April issue of Laboratory Equipment showcases new spectrometers and technologies unveiled at the annual Pittcon 2013. Other articles include selecting the right workstation and selection the correct high-quality reagents. Special product sections were Pharmaceutical Labs, Lab Design and Furnishings and Gas Supplies.
HORIBA Scientific’s XploRA ONE Raman microscope offers simplicity, enhanced sensitivity and reliability for budget-conscious QA/QC and analytical labs in the industrial and routine analytical sectors.
Hamilton Robotics’ PCR setup STARlet is an automated liquid handling system flexible enough to accommodate any DNA amplification reagent kit, from simple setups and small budgets to highly demanding workflows.
Control Co.’s Traceable Memory-Card Humidity/Temperature/Dew Point is a standalone unit with data logging capabilities.
Optibrium’s StarDrop Version 5.3 introduces upgraded features focused on the design of virtual libraries, guided by the platform’s multi-parameter optimization capabilities to prioritize compounds with the best balance of properties for synthesis and testing.
Beckman Coulter’s PA 800 plus next-generation capillary electrophoresis (CE) platform provides automated, quantitative analysis of protein purity, charge isoform distribution and glycan structure.
Nanosight’s NS300 uses the latest version of the company’s particle characterization technology. The instrument can visualize and measure particles in suspension in the size range 10 to 2000 nm (depending on material) and addresses the needs of a variety of applications
Micromeritics’ AccuPyc II 1340 and GeoPyc 1360 Pycnometers can work in tandem to help optimize process design, manufacturing and drug product performance of pharmaceutical powders and solid dosage forms.
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