Do not miss Brand special prices for the pipetting aid accu-jet® S – only from October 1 until December 31, 2022!
The accu-jet® S pipette controller brings versatility and endurance to your team. It makes lab work simple, easy, and efficient, whether you work with cell cultures, in quality control or in a pharma lab.
Precise pipetting of large and small volumes is easy due to single handed control of pipetting speed for fast, powerful aspiration, accurate meniscus setting, or precise dispensing of small volumes.
+ Simple: Precise control for accurate volume setting and delicate cell culture work
+ Easy: Integrated rest position
+ Efficient: Service-friendly and sustainable
accu-jet® S Pipetting aid
with Nickel-metal hydride battery, wall support, 2 spare membrane filters 0.2 μm (sterile), operating manual.
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anthracite, AC adapter Europe 100-240 V; 50/60 Hz279.00
berry, AC adapter Europe 100-240 V; 50/60 Hz279.00
petrol, AC adapter Europe 100-240 V; 50/60 Hz279.00
amethyst, AC adapter Europe 100-240 V; 50/60Hz279.00
anthracite, without universal AC adapter262.00
berry, without universal AC adapter262.00
petrol, without universal AC adapter262.00
amethyst, without universal AC adapter262.00
Cooperation between SIA Doma and ClydeHSIWe proudly inform that SIA Doma has signed an agreement with Clyde Hyperspectral Imaging and Technology Ltd., (ClydeHSI) and has become the partner of the ClydeHSI in the Baltic States, opening the possibility for customers to receive wider support in this area.
SIA Doma is a company with 30-year experience providing solutions and services of a wide range of equipment, measuring instruments, laboratory, and technological equipment.
The company employs highly qualified specialists who are experienced in the implementation of simple, large, as well as complex projects. From the very beginning, the main objective of SIA Doma has been to support the growth of its customers based on technological capabilities. This new cooperation with one of the world's leading manufacturers of hyperspectral imaging systems and optical spectroscopy instruments is an important addition to our product portfolio expanding our offering to customers in the Baltic States.
ClydeHSI design and manufacture a wide range of both hyperspectral and conventional spectroscopy instruments, specialising in full hyperspectral imaging systems. All ClydeHSI products are supported by leading software for data acquisition, analysis and display.
ClydeHSI mission is to provide each and every client with a complete, end-to-end hyperspectral imaging solution, each designed and rigorously tested to ensure robust, reliable, accurate and repeatable hyperspectral imaging measurements across a range of academic and industrial applications. This synchronises perfectly with the SIA Doma mission - to create and promote the growth of our customers based on technological innovation and strong relationships. Our ultimate goal - to be a contribution in creating a society based on knowledge.
ClydeHSI Hyperspectral Systems add value by creating spatial maps of spectral features that enable identification of material components and their spatial distribution within a measured sample. This is because the spectral features identified act as a unique “fingerprint” of the material being measured, and hyperspectral imaging has subsequently emerged as a key analytical tool in a wide range of applications, as it is versatile, fast, safe, reliable, and is suitable for both laboratory studies and automated quality inspection on production lines with results in real time.
ClydeHSI have delivered systems into many different applications worldwide:
Food quality assessmentArt & art conservationForensic AnalysisChemical imagingColour measurementChange detectionIndustrial quality controlInspectionMaterials identificationMedical and pharmaceuticalsRecyclingSIA Doma in cooperation with ClydeHSI, will be delighted to help you facilitate and improve quality control, inspection and measuring processes, offering modern, high-quality, reliable, and safe solutions – according to your needs.
More information on our websites www.domagroup.eu and www.clydehsi.com
BeamPeek – Full Beam Analysis system under 3 secondsOphir is happy to announce the release of the new BeamPeek.
The BeamPeek™ system allows simultaneous beam profiling, focal spot size and position, and power measurement of Additive Manufacturing (AM) lasers. It tracks how those parameters change with time to assist in the maintenance of quality and repeatability of the manufactured parts. The BeamPeek™ integrates a laser beam profiler camera, power meter, beam dump, beam splitters, and optics to provide an all inclusive solution for additive manufacturing laser analysis in an industrial environment.
Focal spot sizeFocal spot position calibrated to build planeLaser powerLaser power densityChanges in spot size & power over timeYou can find more information here.
Vacuum drying at a new stage – the Memmert VO!Have you ever wondered what the advantages of a vacuum oven are compared to a conventional drying oven?
With a vacuum oven, you can dry even sensitive goods precisely – especially, quickly! How does it work? The direct heating in the Memmert vacuum oven VO guarantees optimal, homogeneous temperature distribution on all levels. Innovative thermoplates transfer the heat precisely and directly to the load without heat loss. This allows you to achieve optimal drying, through vacuum, faster than ever before.
In an interview with VO expert, Heinz Bayer, find out what is a vacuum oven used for, how does a vacuum oven work – either in the white paper or take a look at specific applications with the VO. Learn more about how a vacuum drying oven from Memmert supports in research and daily work.
Immerse yourself in the world of the Memmert vacuum ovens VO!
GUNT 2022 overview Catalogue (engineering education)GUNT's new Catalogue provides a quick overview of all the devices - clearly structured by product range. All devices can be quickly accessed via the integrated navigation. Further information on GUNT devices is available via direct links in the PDF.
A large number of devices are equipped with SMART features. In this way, learning can take place according to the model of hybrid learning objective development.
GUNT 2022 overview Catalogue
GUNT offers more than 500 devices for hands-on teaching engineering.
All that is essential for process controlAre you interested in real-time quality control? Are you looking for a cost-effective solution with high quality standards to monitor basic parameters such as moisture, fat or protein in your manufacturing processes? The X-Sential™ is the result of more than 15 years of process experience. It was designed and engineered to be THE cost-effective and fit-for-purpose process sensor.
The X-Sential™ is:
user friendly, even without expert knowledge;cost-effective with a payback time 1 year;certified to meet the toughest testing criteria (IP69/X9K).Curious to learn why the newest member of BUCHI NIR family is essential for your process control? Discover more
Wireless data logger ALMEMO® 470-1Wireless data logger for 10 wireless sensors.Wireless ALMEMO® sensor for temperature, atmospheric humidity, atmospheric pressure. For monitoring the room air condition or with extended operating temperature range from -40 to +85 °C.Wireless ALMEMO® interface for ALMEMO® D7 sensor.For various measurable variables. Wireless ALMEMO® sensor for carbon dioxide, air temperature, air pressure.The ALMEMO® 470-1 Wireless Data Logger is a professional measuring device that receives measured values with a time stamp from up to 10 remote radio sensors, stores them and displays them graphically on a 5.7“ touch display. The data logger works in the 2.4 GHz frequency band for wireless communication. Comments can be stored in the radio sensors for optimal assignment to the individual measuring locations.
Compact measurement software is available for evaluating the measurement data.
Each radio sensor has a repeater function and can thus forward the data from neighboring sensors to the logger. It can also be used to integrate remote sensors that have no direct radio connection to the measuring device.
A market novelty is the individual adapter for connecting digital sensors for wireless measurement of a variety of physical, electrical or chemical quantities, e.g. CO2, air flow, illuminance or pH value.
Using digital ALMEMO® D7 plugs, it is even possible to digitize sensors from other manufacturers and integrate them into the radio network.
For climate monitoring there are Radio sensors for temperature (5 to 50 °C), air humidity (5.0 to 98%) and air pressure (3mm to 1100 mbar) available. A version with an extended temperature range (-40 to +85 °C) and splash protection is suitable for measurements in conditioning and climatic chambers or for environmental protection tasks.
Future Days: Battery & Additive Manufacturing (virtual event, November 8, 2022)Listen to an engaging mix of presentations and interviews in the field of advanced materials. Hear directly from our industry experts on what they consider to be the material challenges of tomorrow and find out about the solutions Malvern Panalytical can provide to meet these. This two-track event, consisting of two-hour online events, will bring you up close with our battery manufacturing and additive manufacturing experts, giving you a chance to find out the latest industry insights.
Who should attend?
Professionals working within the additive manufacturing or battery industriesWhat will you learn?
Learn more about the trends and developments in additive manufacturing and batteriesLearn how these two industries deal with sustainability and recyclingWhat does the future look like for additive manufacturing and batteriesNew possibilities for chemistry and analysis within both segmentsAsk your own questions related to batteries and additive manufacturing to our experts and join our live round table discussionAgenda (AM* - additive manufacturing. Without * - batteries manufacturing)
16.00 - 16.10 Introduction
16.10 - 16.35 Find out all the latest insights about additive manufacturing. AM* - Prof. Dr. Ian Gibson, University of Twente
16.10 - 16.35 Challenges in future battery designs. Egbert Figgemeier, RWTH Aachen University
16.40 - 17.00 Research around green hydrogen technologies. Klaus Friedel, Malvern Panalytical.
16.45 - 16.55 Exploring the role and measurement of particle size and shape for powder bed - AM*, Dr. Paul Carpinone, Malvern Panalytical XRD Technical Specialist
16.55 - 17.05 Detecting contaminants in metal powders using X-ray fluorescence - AM*. Dr. Violeta Uricanu, Malvern Panalytical XRF Application Specialist
17.00 - 17.25 Battery: Morphological and structural characterization. Dr Scott Speaksmann & Dr. Umesh Tiwari
17.05 - 17.15 Powdercleanse: An automated closed-loop powder processing system for additive manufacturing - AM*. Adam Hall, Malvern Panalytical.
17.15 - 17.25 Non-destructive testing of AM parts using X-ray powder diffraction - AM*. Nicolas Norberg, Malvern Panalytical.
17.25 - 18.00 Round Table. All experts.
EBRO thermometers and data loggers new catalogues for Year 2022New 2022 catalogues of EBRO are available only online.
EBRO offers professional instruments to measure temperature and log the measuring results. Both handheld instruments and data loggers are suitable for many applications.
Two catalogues available:
1. Professional Measurement Technology - food, pharmaceutical, laboratory, industrial.
2. Professional Data Loggers - for validation, routine control and process monitoring.
Example of professional precision thermometer
Laboratory Thermometer TFX 422C with fixed Pt 1000 probe
Measuring range -50 °C...+200 °CAccuracy ± 0.3 °CResolution 0.1 °CFactory calibration certificatesilicone cable for probePTP approvedDisplay - LCDRobust and impact resistandWaterproof IP 67Approx. 5 years battery lifePossible accessories: wall bracket, battery exchange set, carring case, stainless steel bracket, protective cover for thermometer.
Product code: 1340-5433
For other products please look the catalogues or contact us.
Malvern Panalytical webinars in AugustAugust 4 - 09:00-10:00
Cost saving advantages in optimizing coagulants in your water treatment processes
Working at or with water treatment plants? Then you do recognize the need to control coagulation chemicals. Add to much, and it's unnecessary operational cost plus it can alter your water’s pH; add too little and they don’t do the job of coagulating the flocculation. Join us and learn about the zeta potential measurements and its role in optimizing water treatment clarification.
Theory of zeta potential measurements and its role in optimizing water treatment clarificationCase study examples will be presented to show how coagulant addition is optimized using zeta potential measurementsThe chemical cost savings that can be achieved
August 16 - 17:30-18:30
Successful particle size analysis: methods and measurements
Our experts share their insights to show you how particle size analysis can help overcome your small molecule drug development challenges.
Why measure particle size in the pharmaceutical industry?How does particle size affect bioavailability, uniformity, stability and processability?How do you ensure compliance with the relevant regulatory guidance?
August 18 - 17:30-18:30
Ask an Expert! - Ensuring sample integrity during zeta potential measurements
What happens when you need to measure a delicate sample, like one that contains proteins? Or a challenging material, like one that contains high ionic strength dispersants? Expert speakers Mike Kaszuba and Tom Mallon will answer questions and share helpful, practical tips on how to set up your measurements for success. If you’ve already got questions in mind, you can make sure they get answered by mailing them in advance here. But don’t worry – there’ll be a chance to ask on the day too.
How and why electrophoretic light scattering is usedHow to correctly prepare samples for zeta potential measurementsHow to measure high conductivity samples to obtain accurate results
August 30 - 17:30-18:30
How to master Lipid Nanoparticle & Liposome Characterization with Light Scattering
Want to learn how light scattering techniques can help you master lipid nanoparticle & liposome characterization for drug and vaccine formulation? We’ve got the perfect thing for you. Join our FREE webinar on August 30 and learn all about the Zetasizer and light scattering, and have your questions answered during our live Q&A session.
Malvern Panalytical webinars in JuneMalvern Panalytical Pharma and Food sector webinars for June
June 8: The future of sustainable chemistry: Electrochemistry
This webinar is the first in a series that will explore some of the latest synthetic methods that we evaluate when we design novel synthetic routes to candidate drugs. In the sustainable chemistry webinar series, we will cover topics such as flow chemistry and photochemistry as well as discussing reagent and solvent choices.
June 9: Imaging Masterclass 2: Live demo at your desk - Morphologi 4: Seeing really is believing!
This is your opportunity to see the Morphologi 4 automated image analysis system in action from the comfort of your desk – or maybe your living room! The first webinar in our Automated Image Analysis Masterclass introduced the basics of this exciting and enlightening technology.
June 16: Advanced solid-state analysis capabilities on the bench
In this webinar, we will compare reflection and transmission configurations of XRD with reference to various drug development processes. We will also discuss the benefits of greater access to this capability to scientists at the lab bench.
June 21: Masterclass - NanoSight for exosomes: Tracking the size and concentration of extracellular vesicles
The NanoSight NS300 system provides high-quality size and concentration data for exosome samples. This type of characterization is essential to inform on the effectiveness of isolation and purification processes. What's more, NanoSight's fluorescence capabilities can help you detect nanoparticle subpopulations.
June 22: How to use SEC-SLS and other detectors to understand mRNA vector composition
In this webinar we will discuss:
1) the use of size exclusion chromatography (SEC) coupled with multi-detection to understand more about the composition of the vector and the loading; 2) how performing SEC allows you to breakdown the vector to different sized components and quantifies oligomeric, monomeric and fractionated components of a sample; 3) how the culmination of three detectors used inline calculates how much drug is present in the vaccine and other critical quality attributes.
June 28: Biologics masterclass: immunotherapy discovery & development
In this webinar, we’ll discuss the key players targeted in immunotherapy and explain how these cells and processes can be assessed in vitro. We’ll also consider approaches for selecting the most appropriate assay for your requirements and your target of interest.
June 29: Virtual Launch Event: Creoptix WAVEsystem
Already a game-changer in the world of binding kinetics analysis, Malvern Panalytical’s Creoptix® WAVEsystem, with the underlying Grating-Coupled Interferometry (GCI) technology combines high sensitivity and signal stability with crude compatibility and rapid throughput – giving you fast, accurate and dependable results in a wide range of biological matrices. But what if we ‘upped our game’ and delivered increased flexibility, ease-of-use and automation? Time to find out!
Malvern Panalytical webinars in MayMay 4 - 10:30 ET
Pharmaceutical APIs and the impact of particle sizing during development: An experienced approach
Do you need to understand how to get full control of particle size during API development? Do you know what to do when there are unexpected changes in material quality? Join us to learn how from pharmaceutical industry expert Maria Sobusiak.
May 5 - 10:30 ET
Imaging Masterclass: First steps in automated image analysis
Shape up your particles!
Have you ever had a problem getting your powders to flow, or been frustrated by a batch of material that didn’t dissolve as quickly as expected? If so, using automated image analysis to investigate particle shape could help you! Sign up for the first webinar in this four-part series.
May 12 - 10:30 ET
From lab to fab: XRD made simple: Clean room compliant MRD XL
Maintaining a cleanroom environment in line with ISO and federal classifications is essential for any semiconductors fab. After four decades of experience in this field, we know our technology remains at the cutting edge of what is possible. Join us and learn about the cleanroom compliance feature of the MRD XL.
May 17 - 10:30 ET
Understand the material properties of pharmaceutical products with laser diffraction
Pharmaceutical industry expert Maria Sobusiak is once again joining us for a webinar. This time, she will be showing you how to use laser diffraction with different techniques to show various properties of the material. Join us to learn how to get even more out of your samples by using orthogonal techniques with laser diffraction!
May 18 - 10:30 ET
An expert guide to using zeta potential for the surface characterization of viral and lipid-based vectors
Do you know how zeta potential characterization of viral and lipid-based vectors can be used to study different formulations and help predict stability? Join our webinar on May 18 to learn all about zeta potential characterization and how it can help you improve product design and optimize your production process.
May 26 - 10:30 ET
The future of sustainable chemistry: Electrochemistry
Have you been considering more sustainable methods when creating new synthetic routes? We’ve worked out the pros and cons of a range of methods so you can pick the best process for you. Join our webinar and find out more.
Food oil monitor set FOM 330Food Oil Monitor Set - FOM 330
System characteristics and application:
• change frying oil at the right time;
• measures hot oil directly in the fryer;
• restaurants / canteens;
• no health risks caused by spent oil;
• fast, safe on-site measurement;
• enables setting of ideal frying point;
• exact determination of frying oil quality;
• 0 ... 40% polar compounds;
• temperature range up to 200 °C;
• limit indication by flashing light (red/yellow/green);
• with simple oil type selection with one button.
Bart's blog 4th birthday!Time flies when you are having fun and four years of writing for “Bart’s Blog” have indeed flown by. From sharing topics on preparative chromatography to freeze-drying to rotary evaporation, we have enjoyed every single minute of this journey with you.
Four years after BÜCHI launched, Bart's Blog has been appreciated by more than 50 000 readers worldwide and has become a respected source for basic theory, tips and applications of methods used in pharmaceutical and chemical R&D.
BÜCHI would like to thank you for your support and continued interest in the content Bart's Blog provides. To mark the occasion of our 4th birthday, we have compiled a list of the 10 most loved posts during the years, just in case you have missed one.
Stay tuned for the most exciting year of the blog, as BÜCHI dig deeper into favorite topics and explore new horizons. We look forward to many more years of “Bart’s Blog” with you.
Why you should care about column efficiency in chromatography?
To obtain a perfect purification one big factor is column efficiency. Read on to see why.
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How to effectively use organic solvents in lyophilization?
Read on to see how you can incorporate organic solvents in your laboratory freeze drying workflow without damaging your equipment or your sample.
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We need to talk about flow rate and column efficiency in chromatography
In this post, you can see the damaging effects of setting the flow rate too low or too high. You can also gain some insights into how optimized mobile phase velocities can positively influence the resolution of your separation process.
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Three major ways to influence column efficiency in you favor
Topic is about discussing how particle size, column packing and pore size affect column efficiency. Also insights into how you can adjust these parameters to achieve the highest purity of your target compounds.
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The perfect peak shape: Five solutions to peak tailing problems
Read on to find out more about perfectly symmetrical chromatography peaks and five ways to achieve them by avoiding peak tailing.
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How to choose a stationary phase, optimize selectivity and get better resolution in chromatography
This post offers a detailed description of selectivity and how this parameter influences chromatographic separations.
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Silica vs. Alumina ... or in other words "Alien vs. Predator"
The common thing between the phases and the movie is the clear dominance of one of the species.
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How to optimize your mobile phase to improve selectivity and resolution in chromatography
From selectivity triangles to gradient elution, this post is about how you can use the mobile phase to achieve the best possible selectivity and resolution in your separations.
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Why the retention factor needs to be kept in check
Read this post to find out what this retention factor range is and why these values are so golden.
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The "Golden Mean" in Flash Chromatography
Read this article and discover the “golden mean” between productivity and cost in flash chromatography.
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The BÜCHI Purification Team
BÜCHI’s new steam distillation units offer tailor-made solutionsBÜCHI two new product lines for steam distillation with innovative, modular features provide the highest flexibility in analyte determination. The newly developed instrument is available either as BÜCHI Kjel Line or Dist Line with three different performance levels. The Kjel Line is optimized for Kjeldahl applications for nitrogen and protein determination and provide highest accuracy while saving time and resources. The Dist Line is designed to cover a broad range of steam-volatile analytes offering highest flexibility and convenience.
The new BÜCHI Kjel Line provides the most accurate and reproducible nitrogen and protein determinations thanks to advanced built-in sensor technology. The communication with peripherals such as cooling water valve, tank level sensors, safety door sensors and an innovative level sensor enable outstanding user protection and a new level of efficiency. With environmental safety in mind, BÜCHI has also developed a unique reaction detection sensor, which saves up to 30 % of reagent consumption.
The BÜCHI Dist Line sets new standards in the versatile determination of steam-volatile analytes in samples from the beverages and food industries, as well as from chemical, environmental and testing labs. The systems can determine multiple analytes such as alcohol, sulfite, volatile acids, cyanide, essential oils, phenol index, vicinal diketones, formaldehyde and nitrogen. The instruments enable more multitasking possibilities, faster method development and can be easily upgraded to a tailored solution, fitting to the customers’ individual needs.
Some new instrument features to improve process accuracy and save money:
AutoDist function: This function recognizes the start of the condensation process and adjusts the distillation start time automatically in the individual measurement.OnLevel sensor: The sensor stops the distillation automatically after a defined condensate volume is reached.Reaction detection sensor: It can save up to 30 % of NaOH reagent solution for the alkalization process so that you can work more cost-efficiently and environmentally friendly.MaxAccuracy mode: In order to avoid supply voltage deviations, a voltage stabilizer is integrated to maintain the required supply voltage. This enhances measurement accuracy and ensures highest reproducibility for every result.Steam ramps: The steam power is adjustable and steam ramps are programmable to handle foaming samples.Intuitive touch display: The intuitive touch screen provides fast feedback and enables easy process handling.BÜCHI have relied on more than 50 years of experience in steam distillation to develop these two new product lines that are designed to meet multiple customer needs, such as modular flexibility, accurate and reliable results with ecofriendly and safe procedures for both operator and the environment.
Fill it fast. Romaco's answer to COVID-19High speed liquid filling line for vaccine production shipped in 8 months!
Facts that you need to know:
Output up to 24,000 vials per hour.Shipped in 8 months.oRABS included as standard, more containment solutions available.Shortest time from line delivery to vaccine production thanks to Romaco Validation Package.Robust turnkey solution including vial washer, depryrogenation tunnel, filler and capper for the highest OEE.Several completely customizable cartoners and secondary packing solutions to choose from.Romaco turnkey COVID-19 vaccines production solution, ready in 8 months, includes all that cusotmers need in a high speed aseptic liquid filling line:
In line check weighing system.Batch report creation and exportation via HMI.Fully GMP compliant desing and processes, including GMP management of products flow with pre-loading of rubber stoppers and alu-caps under oRABS.Viable and non-viable environmental controls.GMP management of sampling and rejections.Balcony desing for full process visibility and high ergonomics.Available for though-wall installation.100 % stoppering verification.100 % crimping force verification.Vaccine production line includes:
WM 840 Washing machine.T800/H2C3+ Depyrogenation tunnel.VF 24 Aseptic liquid filler.MAC 4 Capping machine.Fill it fast!
Romaco expands processing business taking over of Spanish manufacturer STE TecpharmWith the acquisition of the Spanish manufacturer STE Tecpharm, S. L., Romaco strengthens its position as a turnkey supplier of processing technologies. In particular, Tecpharm’s patented drum coaters will complement Romaco Innojet’s granulation and fluid bed technologies.
Tecpharm's drum coaters, coupled with the company's conventional granulation lines and Wurster fluid bed systems, make a perfect complement to the Romaco range for processing pharmaceutical solids.
Tecpharm was founded by David Mateo, Bárbara Jané and Pedro Cuadrado in 2013. The company employs around 30 people at its present site in Rubí (Spain) near Barcelona. Tecpharm's core competencies as a supplier of equipment for the pharmaceutical industry comprise the development, assembly and marketing of coating systems for tablets. In addition, the manufacturer provides various technologies for wet granulation on a laboratory and production scale.
Romaco Tecpharm is today an innovation leader for perforated coating pan machines, designed to produce film coating of tablets or pellets, suitable in aqueous and organic coatings. Romaco Tecpharm's patented variable batch size Optima coater are setting new industry standards with its fully automatic batch size adjustment between 10% - 100%.
Nabertherm: The controller series 500Nabertherm new controller with proven quality “Made in Germany” and innovative design. Naberthem want to make the operation of their furnaces as intuitive and practical as possible for you. You now not only beneﬁt from this when operating the furnace, but also have control when you are out: with the MyNabertherm App which is available to you free of charge for every controller.
In addition to the well-known and matured controller functions, the new generation offers you some individual highlights. Here is an overview of the most important ones for you:
INTUITIVE TOUCH SCREENPRECISE TEMPERATURE CONTROLEASY PROGRAM ENTRY AND CONTROLUSER LEVELSPROGRAM STATUS DISPLAYEND TIME AND DATE DISPLAYPROCESS DOCUMENTATION ON USB24 LANGUAGESHELP MENUDISPLAY OF THE PROCESS STEPS IN PLAIN TEXTAPP: With the MyNabertherm App you always have a full overview. It can be connected to one or more Nabertherm controllers and offers direct access to the Nabertherm service.
From freezing cold to tropical heat - now also in XXLMaximum size now with maximum temperature!
From this July 2021, Memmert will be delivering all XXL Peltier devices (HPP1400eco / IPP1400eco / IPP1400ecoplus / HPP2200eco / IPP2200eco / IPP2200ecoplus) with an extended setting temperature range.
Memmert's Peltier-cooled incubators IPPeco and the constant climate chambers HPPeco of sizes 1400 and 2200 are unique. These XXL devices are ideal for users requiring a lot of space inside. Memmert experts are constantly working on the further development of our versatile products. With the added temperature range of the HPPeco and IPPeco / IPPecoplus models, users can now enjoy greater flexibility.
You can now use the largest of the Memmert cooled incubators and climate chambers to generate extended temperatures and climatic conditions because the temperature range has been increased from the previous +15 to +60 °C to the new 0 to +70 °C. What comes standard in our smaller models is now also going into production for the Memmert giants.
What exactly does that mean? Assuming you want to expose a large amount of load to a temperature of +10 °C, you will achieve your results more efficiently in the future. Instead of using several smaller constant climate chambers or Peltier-cooled incubators, one of our XXL devices will suffice.
Weisstechnik new temperature shock test chamber ShockEvent DWith the Damper Shock, Weisstechnik is expanding its portfolio of temperature shock test chambers. The new test chamber from the ShockEvent series is predestined for test specimens, which are sensitive to vibrations or energised.
The special feature of the Damper Shock is the stationary test space. Temperature-controlled hot and cold air is generated in chambers above and below the test space. Via Dampers, the air can be led to the test specimens. This is the major difference from horizontal and vertical shock test chambers, where the test specimens are located in a test cage that can be moved between two temperature chamber.
With its static test chamber, the Damper Shock is ideally suited for vibration-sensitive measuring technology and sensor technology as well as for active test material that is to be shocked without further influences. It meets the requirements of standardised temperature stress tests such as IEC 60068-2-14, the Japanese standards JASO D-014-4 and EIAJ ED-2531B Na and various degrees of severity of MIL-STD-883H and 202G.
In addition, the new test chamber has been designed as a two and three zone shock tester, which now allows ambient air flow in. This provides more flexibility for a variety of test requirements. Another advantage of the stationary test chamber is the simple cable guiding for measuring equipment. The cables are stationary in the test space and do not move, unlike in other shock test models.
With outer dimensions of 1970 x 1595 x 1765 mm, the test chamber is used by development laboratories and quality assurance in production halls. The test space volume is 210 litres with dimensions of 700 x 500 x 600 mm and allows a maximum test specimens load of 100 kg. The Damper Shock can easily be connected to other test chambers and be operated with the familiar S!MPATI control software.
Weisstechnik supplies its Damper Shock either with refrigerant R-23 or the new R-469A, winner of the German Innovation Prize. In the test space, the temperature range is between - 65 °C and + 200 °C.
Romaco virtual showroomRomaco has just opened its first virtual showroom with several new products and a spotlight on sustainability and digitalisation. Rather than at interpack 2020, the technologies are now on permanent display on the new online platform.
Romaco is now celebrating the world premiere of its newest products in digital space. Interested visitors can look forward to a fascinating tour through a spacious showroom, where the supplier of all-in-one solutions has various technologies on display for manufacturing, tableting and packing solid pharmaceuticals.
Innovations by Innojet in the field of air flow bed technology are among the many exhibits. A newly launched double-sided rotary press expands the Kilian portfolio. The first carbon-neutral blister packaging line is at the centre of the Noack presentation. And a robotic microdosing machine from Macofar for filling potent pharmaceutical powders is another showroom highlight.
Next to each machine are various buttons which can be clicked to display more information. Videos, audio messages and datasheets, for example, are only a click away. Details about Romaco’s two special competencies – sustainability and digitalisation – are likewise provided in a number of places.
Visitors can use the online chat feature to ask any questions that arise about individual machines or arrange a virtual appointment with their personal contacts.
The following innovations are on display in Romaco’s virtual showroom:
Romaco Noack Unity 600 blister packaging lineRomaco Innojet IGL 100 granulation lineRomaco Innojet VENTILUS® V 25 pilot scale processing machineRomaco Kilian S 710 Prime double-sided rotary pressRomaco Kilian KTP 590X single-sided rotary pressRomaco Macofar MicroRobot MR 50 powder filling machineTechnologies for sustainable production and packing of solid pharmaceuticals…as well as numerous other established Romaco products.
Experience Romaco from an entirely different angle on a tour of digital showroom.
BÜCHI optimizes safety and durability of industrial evaporation with new 50 L Rotavapor® R-250 ProWith the launch of the Rotavapor® R-250 Pro BÜCHI Labortechnik AG introduces an update of the industrial evaporation unit with the capacity of a 50-liter evaporation flask. The new system offers a unique operating concept, the proverbial high BÜCHI quality, many safety features and a robust design to improve demanding workflows in large-scale rotary evaporation. Conveniently, the interface from the benchtop Rotavapor® R-300 to the industrial 20-liter R-220 Pro and the new R-250 Pro remains the same, so scaling up has never been easier.
Like all BÜCHI rotary evaporators, the newest member of the proven evaporator family features the same level of robustness, Swiss quality and ease of use, delivering superior performance regardless of the scale of evaporation requirements. “The Rotavapor® R-250 Pro is at the forefront of advanced technology with features that increase automation and ease of use to make industrial evaporation safer and more reliable,” said Ralph Unternaehrer, BÜCHI product manager for industrial evaporators.
The newly developed Open Interface and BÜCHI Cloud Services enable remote control and monitoring of the Rotavapor® via a desktop computer, laptop or mobile device. Convenient push notifications with key process parameters, predictive maintenance, effortless firmware updates and data logging options improve the user experience and minimize the risk of errors and downtime. Thanks to BÜCHI sensor technology, consisting of a foam sensor, a level sensor and a cooling temperature sensor, unattended distillations are also possible, contributing to maximum user safety.
In addition to the proven 7-inch (17,78 cm) display, an 8.7-inch (22 cm) capacitive touchscreen provides a comprehensive overview of all process parameters for intuitive operation of the system. The touchscreen allows easy display of all settings and current measured values, including process history graphs. The function is a perfect tool for creating and editing methods and SOPs. The instrument offers maximum safety with safety-coated glass and several built-in safety mechanisms, such as overtemperature and overpressure control. The use of high-quality materials ensures a long service life even under harsh production conditions in 24/7 operation.
Pfeiffer Vacuum presents new turbopumps HiPace 350 and HiPace 450With the HiPace 350 and 450, Pfeiffer Vacuum presents a turbopump especially dedicated for applications like mass spectrometry, electron-microscopy, metrology tools, particle accelerators and plasma physics. In addition to analytical, vacuum-process and semiconductor technology, their broad range of applications also includes coating, research & development and industrial applications.
HiPace 350 and 450 provide high performance combined with low weight and a small footprint. Based on a hybrid bearing, a combination of ceramic ball bearings on the fore-vacuum side and permanently magnetic radial bearings on the high vacuum side, these HiPace turbopumps have a particularly robust bearing design and guarantee reliability.
The sophisticated rotor design of the turbopumps results in a high pumping speed for light gases. High backing pump compatibility and high gas throughput as well as excellent compression for light gases are made possible by the innovative rotor design. The rotor design provides high cost-efficiency and flexibility, which allows the pumps to be installed in any orientation.
“These turbopumps are the best combination of size and performance. HiPace 350 and 450 stands for compact and powerful turbopumps in the pumping speed range of 300 to 700 l/s and an extraordinary pumping speed for light gases“, says Florian Henss, Head of Product Management Turbopumps.
The integrated HiPace drive electronics offers a variety of communication interfaces, including ProfiNet and EtherCat without any increase in physical size. Remote and sensor functionalities allow the analysis of pump data, such as temperatures. Their quiet operation and improved gas loads are setting new standards in the vacuum industry. The pumps are certified to Semi S2, UL, CSA and Nema 12.
Bearing maintenance on-site is possible. Bearing exchange can be done on customer site. The pumps can run up to 5 years without service.
Evaporation guide: matching your system to your needsHow to find the perfect partner for your evaporation needs.
There are so many different evaporation systems available, it can be difficult to choose the ideal fit for your goals. Our free guide is here to help you find the perfect match for your samples, your applications, and your needs. Discover if an industrial evaporator, laboratory evaporator, parallel evaporator, or glass oven is most suitable for:
Applications such as R&D, production, bars & restaurants, cannabis processing, or testing labs;Various batch sizes and flask sizes;Foamy or sunlight-sensitive samples;Frequent evaporation;Automation or digitalization options.Ensure you are using the most appropriate system for your methods to boost efficiency and safety in your lab.
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PURE vacuum. Nothing else.An innovation in vacuum technology. Clean and oil-free 10-3 mbar vacuum.
Vacuubrand team of experts developed VACUU·PURE® for contamination-free vacuum that lets your clean processes run efficiently. Vacuubrand dry screw pumps meet challenges where other technologies fall short.
The working principle of VACUU·PURE® is based on gap sealing. The unique operating principle enables contact-free rotation of the spindles. The vacuum pump operates oil and abrasion free. This ensures an ultrapure vacuum as well as contamination-free exhaust air. In addition, there is no wear due to abrasion and no need for oil changes, allowing for continuous operation.
The chemically resistant version VACUU·PURE® 10C, features wetted materials made of chemically resistant polymers. A thick-walled PEEK encapsulation protects the spindles and stator in the pumping chamber, providing high chemical resistance. The use of a cold trap is unnecessary in many cases – another plus for reliable, continuous and economical operation.
Fore vacuum generation for turbomolecular pumps.Analytical applications.Regeneration of cryo pumps.Vacuum drying.Freeze drying.Heat treatment.Degassing.Coating.Distillation.Schenk line.VACUU·PURE® 10C: Screw pump for aggressive gases and vapors
10-3 mbar vacuum range.Pumping speed 9 m3/h.100% oil-free.Chemically resistant.No wear parts.VACUU·PURE® 10: Screw pump for non-corrosive applications
10-3 mbar vacuum range.Pumping speed 10 m3/h.100% oil-free.No abrasion.No wear parts.Some customer experiences with VACUU·PURE®.
"With VACUU·PURE®, we finally get a hydrocarbon- and abrasion-free vacuum in a vacuum range of down to 10-3 mbar."
"We were particularly impressed by the fact that VACUU·PURE® has good flow rates even at higher pressures. For this reason, we can use VACUU·PURE® as early as the initial evacuation of our UHV systems (ultrahigh vacuum systems). We avoid switching between different pump technologies for pumping out our systems and use as a backing pump."
"In all tests, VACUU·PURE® demonstrated very good performance, even in the case of an unusually high vapor load. The regeneration mode of VACUU·PURE® is very helpful to be able to start the next process very quickly. We believe that there is no comparable vacuum pump."
New Launch - Perten Glutomatic® 2000 SystemNew Launch - Perten Glutomatic® 2000 System
From the leaders in gluten analysis, PerkenElmer is excited to release the Perten Glutomatic 2000 System - the most modern, user-friendly, and reproducible gluten analysis system available.
New system. New features. New benefits.
• Touchscreen – The new touchscreen makes the system easy to use. The screen prompts and guides users through the various approved gluten test procedures. This improves repeatability and reduces user influence on the results. The UI can be set to different languages.
• Connectivity in multiple ways – The new GM 2000 allows certain types of balances from OHAUS® and METTLER TOLEDO® to be connected to capture weight measurements at various steps in the method. It also connects the centrifuge to the GM and informs the operator when centrifugation is complete. The GM 2000 provide USB and ethernet connections to PC/LIMS systems. All of this not only speeds up analysis but removes sources of user and transcription error.
• Automated calculation – Whether you connect the GM 2000 to a balance or input weights by hand, the GM 2000 automatically calculates the results, presents them on the touchscreen, and stores them for subsequent viewing and archiving.
• Automated reagent addition – The GM 2000 has the capability to automatically add the 4.8ml NaCl Mix solution at the beginning of the mix step. This frees operators time from manual addition. It also improves method conformance and repeatability removing by reliance on the operator.
• World and industry standards – For over 40 years, the Perten Glutomatic has literally set the standard for gluten testing. Glutomatic and Gluten Index results from the ICC, AACC and ISO method standards are commonly reported in many national and international crop reports. The Perten Glutomatic is the only instrument validated for the Glutomatic/Gluten Index approved methods.
New porometer/fluorometer from LICORThe LI-600 is a compact porometer with an optional Pulse-Amplitude Modulation (PAM) fluorometer that measures stomatal conductance and chlorophyll a fluorescence over the same leaf area. Capable of completing a measurement in seconds, the LI-600 provides the speed and precision required by researchers today.
How its different? The LI-600 is designed to quickly survey plants under ambient conditions. You can configure the instrument to log a measurement automatically when parameters are stable, or you can log manually with the press of a button.
Time-saving features for fast surveys
Automatic logging to complete a single measurement in seconds, typically.Simple, intuitive display shows the instrument status and most recent measurement.Ergonomic and light weight for easy handling.Barcode scanner to enter sample information and reduce manual data entry errors.Built-in rechargeable battery provides 8 hours or more of active use.Software that simplifies your work
You can configure the LI-600 with ease – just set a few parameters in the computer software and you are ready to collect data. Each LI-600 can store up to four configurations, making it easy to switch from one protocol to another. You can save numerous configurations on your Mac or PC and share configuration files with colleagues. Configurations are easily loaded from the software onto the device through a USB connection.
Whether you are preparing for measurements, evaluating data files, or verifying the calibration, the computer software presents a simple, intuitive interface that lets you focus on the task at hand.
Read more from LICOR homepage. Or look the brochure.
Chromapedia: The complete guideEssential knowledge for developing and performing the optimal flash chromatography and prep HPLC method.
Rely on concise theory and clear explanations of all parts of the chromatography process. Use chromatography basics to develop your own method with consumables, detection methods, stationary and mobile phases that ideally fit your application.
With Buchi guide, gain valuable information on how to:
Select the most appropriate detection method for your needs.Find, use and care for the ideal column or cartridge.Choose the ideal stationary phase and mobile phase.Establish conditions with TLC and analytical chromatography and upscale to flash or prep HPLC.Use efficiency, retention and selectivity to improve resolution.Avoid endless repeats to establish the perfect conditions by downloading Buchi guide and smartly developing and running your method.
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Remote Learning on the fundamentals of fluid mechanicsGUNT are proud to present our revolutionary new Fluid Line for teaching fundamentals of fluid mechanics.
When it comes to fundamentals of fluid mechanics the hydraulic bench has been at the forefront of hands-on teaching for many decades, and in its time, it was an innovation without equal.
GUNT Fluid Line HM 250 includes remote access, USB interface, screen mirroring via WLAN, touch screen control and many more features. Making social distancing, and remote teaching possible.
For instance, the HM 250 uses RFID technology which automatically identifies the respective experiment once it is placed onto the base unit.
The experiments include:
Visualisation of pipe flow.Measurement of flow profile.Visualisation of streamlines.Continuity equation.Measurement of jet forces.Free discharge.Bernoulli's principle.Losses in pipe elements.Fundamentals of pipe friction.Pressure curve along the inlet section.Open channel.Even if you are not interested into our new Fluid Line you can use our free e-learning course ”Fundamentals of fluid mechanics” for you and your students.
Chromapedia volume 4: Method development in flash chromatography and prep HPLCCareful analysis of sample solubility and separation behavior prior to purification enables users to achieve reproducible results in an efficient way. Once the ideal conditions are found, upscaling to flash chromatography, prep HPLC or a combination of both can be easily achieved.
Use BUCHI guide to learn all steps of method development, including:
Definition of purification method (flash or prep HPLC).Analysis of sample solubility.Screening of suitable conditions for separation by selecting most appropriate mobile & stationary phase.Upscaling to flash or prep HPLC.Improving resolution.Use BUCHI free guide to see how to save time and resources by establishing the optimal method for your own samples.
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Chromapedia volume 3: Basic principles of flash and prep HPLCChromatography is one of the most powerful methods for separating a sample into its single components.
With "Chromapedia Volume 3" you will gain all the theoretical knowledge necessary to optimize your chromatography process. Learn about:
Types of chromatography techniques.Function of all parts of a chromatography system.The chromatogram.Normal-phase vs reversed-phase chromatography.Properties of stationary and mobile phases.Furthermore, get suggestions on how to obtain better separation results.
Get "Chromapedia Volume 3" and see an immediate improvement in your separations.
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Vindur® TOP hygienic air cooling unitVindur® TOP is the novel hygienic ceiling cooling unit with the world's first thermal disinfection which effectively and sustainably prevents the growth of microorganisms in the air conditioner and thus ensures hygienically clean air.
Vindur® TOP meets all hygiene requirements for personal occupied rooms in the medical sector such as patient rooms, minor intervention and procedure rooms, intensive care rooms, laboratories, examination and recovery rooms as well as switch rooms for CT and MRT. In addition, it is suitable for working places in office and industrial buildings, sports facilities and break rooms as well as sales and event rooms.
Vindur® TOP have following advantages:
Safe: Meets all requirements of DIN 1946-4 and VDI 6022Hygienic: Two-step filteringInnovative: Thermal disinfection leaves no chance for bacteria, viruses and mouldsFlexible: Can be connected to air ducts and swirl diffusersConvenient: Easily accessible, easy to maintain and clean
Learn more about Vindur® TOP.
Online configurator enables you to design the Vindur® TOP secondary air cooler units quick and easy in just a few steps. Check it out!
For further information and technical details please contact SIA Doma!
Cooperation between SIA Doma and the Romaco GroupWe proudly inform that SIA Doma has signed an agreement with Romaco and has become the partner of the Romaco Group companies in the Baltic States, opening the possibility for customers to receive wider support in this area.
SIA Doma is a company with 29-year experience providing solutions and services of a wide range of equipment, measuring instruments, laboratory, and technological equipment.
The company employs highly qualified specialists who are experienced in the implementation of simple, large, as well as complex projects.
From the very beginning, the main objective of SIA Doma has been to support the growth of its customers based on technological capabilities. This new cooperation with one of the world's leading manufacturers of packaging and process technology Romaco is an important extra in the portfolio to customers in the Baltic States.
Romaco develops, manufactures, and provides intelligent system solutions specifically tailored to the requirements of pharmaceutical customers. These high-quality solutions are also being used in the food, cosmetics, and chemical industries.
The portfolio includes granulating and coating equipment, tablet presses, blister and strip packaging machines, tube filling machines for tablets (e.g. implemented as complete effervescent lines), cartoners, end of line equipment, liquid filling, and powder dosing machines.
The Romaco Group technologies are:
Romaco Innojet - Advanced technologies for drying, granulation and coating processes
Romaco Kilian – One of the leading International supplier of tablet press machines
Romaco Noack - Blister technology at the very highest level
Romaco Siebler - Packaging specialist for strips and tubes
Romaco Promatic - Innovative cartoning technology company speciality
Romaco Macofar - Groundbreaking filling systems
SIA Doma in cooperation with Romaco, will be delighted to help you facilitate and improve production process, offering modern, high-quality, reliable, and safe solutions – according to your needs.
More information on our websites www.domagroup.eu and www.romaco.com
Chromapedia volume 2: Consumables & sample loadingUsers of preparative liquid chromatography have a wide range of choices when it comes to consumables. The selection of consumables is of high importance: the seperation on compounds in a synthetic mixture or natural extract happens in the cartridge or column. The chromatographic system only makes the separation process efficient and convenient.
There are several factors that need to be considered before choosing a consumables:
difficulty of separation;required purity;amount of sample;purification throughput;available instrumentation.In "Chromapedia volume 2" you will find:
Useful tips about the most important factors that need to be considered before choosing the right consumable.Suggestions on how to properly handle cartridges and columns to improve their lifetime and the results of your analysis.How to face the challenges of sample loading.Get "Chromapedia volume 2" or contact us and find the most suitable consumable for your needs.
SyncorePlus adds a plus to your laboratoryThe added benefits of Büchi parallel evaporation systems offer a new level of ease and quality to your process. SyncorePlus Analyst and SyncorePlus Polyvap combine cutting-edge improvements of system features and parts to offer:
PLUS process and analytical safety – Higher precision, accuracy and reproducibility thanks to fully automated system.PLUS analyte recovery – Higher analyte recovery thanks to Flushback Module and cooled appendix.PLUS time and cost savings – Full method performance without any supervision and no need for unnecessary repetitions.PLUS sample safety – No cross contamination due to heated vacuum cover.PLUS compatibility – Supports existing racks and allows for easy and safe sample transfer between other BUCHI instruments.Reap the rewards of full automation and smart system design for easy, dependable and cost-efficient parallel evaporation.
Goodbye & hello – The new Asphalt Analyzer YOUSafe, health and environmentally friendly extractions have always been infraTest goal. Asphalt analyzer producer infraTest is closing the last gap in the open handling of solvents now and are giving insights into recovery for the first time.
infraTest says goodbye to the previous Asphalt Analyzer generation and welcome our new Analyzer YOU series!
The reuse of asphalt is mandatory and absolutely necessary! Only with sustainable awareness and an optimized use of resources we can protect our planet and our families in the long term. The new generation YOU allows you to safely extract unknown asphalt.
5 Facts you should know about infraTest new Asphalt Analyzer YOU:
Two observation windows in destination cover allow a visual recovery process.Temperature limiters above destination cover.Additional inlet sieve in the destillation unit for light asphalt components.Corrugated cooler with enlarged surface.Direct connection to the rotary evaporator.Two windows in the recovery cover allow an observation of the current recovery process on the clean and dirty side. A sieve inlet keep the light asphalt components, which has not been collected in the centrifuge. Two temperature limiter with LED maintain a easy access for heating and operation of distillation processes. The new design of the vertical chiller allow a quick recovery of solvent, including a direct connection for bituminous medium into a rotary evaporation apparatus.
Nothing is more important than your health and the responsible use of our resources. Let us work together on recycled roads.
Do you want to have your old Analyzer retrofitted? No problem contact us!
Inquire your Asphalt Analyzer YOU with or without a touch display contacting by us!
Third issue of “COSMETICS LAB” magazineInnovation in formulation.
In this third issue of our cosmetics science magazine, find everything you need to know about the making of make-up.
Improve your formulation proficiency by gaining insightful information on:
The microencapsulation technique.The spray drying process.Cosmetics formulations tips.Recipes, quizzes, horoscopes and more.BONUS: Exclusive Q&A with microencapsulation expert, Dr. Hyunoh Cho from Genic in South Korea.
To recieve “COSMETICS LAB” magazine please contact us or download it here.
The latest addition to Avantes spectrometers: AvaSpec-Mini-NIRAvantes present new member of CompactLine spectrometers.
The AvaSpec-Mini-NIR is a compact near-infrared spectrometer with following features:
Size of a deck of cards – 175 g.Easy to integrate.USB powered.High unit-to-unit reproducibility.900-1750 nm wavelength range.256 pixels detector.Robust - no moving parts.Temperature stable.Like Avantes other CompactLine spectrometers, this device is only the size of a deck of cards and USB powered, which makes it easy to integrate into other devices, including but not limited to OEM handheld applications.
Of course, the AvaSpec-Mini-NIR works seamlessly with AvaSoft software and the Windows and Linux libraries Avantes have available.
This versatile miniature NIR spectrometer is well suited for various applications, including food analysis and the recycling industry.
Xylem Analytics titration handbook - basics, methods and applications of titrationTitration is one of the oldest methods for content determination in chemistry, still finding broad use in chemical analysis. On the one hand, a titration can be performed very easily and quickly, on the other hand, the titration provides a very accurate measurement result after only a few minutes - under optimal conditions. A relative standard deviation of below one percent is normal. It is not without reason that numerous standards require titration as a method.
In the first step, this guide deals with the volume and its correctness. Thereafter, the focus is on the sample and its handling. Subsequently, the used reagents, electrodes and the titration parameters are dealt with in detail.
Furthermore, application areas are mentioned and various titration methods are presented.
Xylem Analytics titration handbook contents
1. Basics of titration
Titration reactions, (e.g. acid-base titration, precipitation titration, complexometric titration, redox titration, charge transfer titration, chemical, visual, potentiometric, biamperometric, photometric, conductometric, thermometric titrations).Titration types (direct titration, back titration, indirect titration, substitution titration, phase transfer titration).Overview of the used methods.2. Volume measurement devices, manual and automatic titration
Volume measurement devices in the laboratory.Verification of the correct volume.Comparison of manual and automatic titration.3. Sample handling
4. Sensors and reagents
5. Titration parameters and calculations
Response behavior of the electrode and speed.Definition of the titration end.Evaluation of the titration.6. Applications
Acid-base titrations.Argentometric titrations.Potentiometric redox titrations.… and many others.7. Photometric titrations
8. Karl Fischer titrations
9. Verification of the titration
New vacuum gauge DVR 3pro from VACUUBRANDVACCUBRAND present the new DVR 3pro as the successor model for the proven DVR 3. The DVR 3pro is compatible to the previous model and allows your customers to safely measure vacuum in hazardous areas (ATEX category 2).
Along with a new development of the electronics and software, the DVR 3pro offers the following features:
Integrated pressure sensor made of aluminum oxide ceramic with excellent chemical resistance and high long-term stability.Large, combined graphical analog and digital display which offers precise readout together with a clear trend overview.Mains-independent operation with a 9V battery (includes non-lithium battery).Easy to change battery via a removable cover on the back of the gauge. (Note: battery change must be done outside the hazardous ATEX area).ATEX approval.Please find all technical details here.
The right-hand book for cannabis scientistsHow to harvest, extract, concentrate and purify cannabinoids?
The cannabis industry has been growing steadily for the last few years with laws and regulations changing and loosening on a global scale. Cannabis decriminalization for medical and recreational use is taking place in an increasing number of countries, opening the door to a brand-new market for cannabis producers.
Safe investigation, production and quality control of the active compounds requires a diverse portfolio of scientific instruments and related application knowledge. The aim of this booklet is to summarize different processes in the production of cannabis-based products.
Inside the book, learn more about:
Harvesting and extracting cannabinoids (THC, CBD), terpenoids.Concentrating actives, recycling solvent.Purifying cannabinoids, removing pesticides.Grow your knowledge in cannabis science.
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This pump won't quit - PC 3001 VARIO selectPC 3001 VARIO select is easy, efficient and extremely durable.
The combination of speed controlled VARIO chemistry diaphragm pumps and the new VACUU·SELECT vacuum controller makes the VARIO select chemistry pumps the ideal solution for chemical processes that require precise vacuum, such as rotary evaporation, vacuum drying or vacuum concentration.
Unsurpassed long-term performance.Uncompromising chemical resistance.Intuitive, touch-screen control.Fully automatic evaporations.Minimal operating costs.Whisper quiet operation.Environmentally friendly, without oil and water consumption.Many applications:
2.0 mbar ultimate vacuum, suited for high boiling solvents.2.0 m3/h max. flow rate, good performance even at low pressure.Rotary evaporators.Vacuum drying chambers.Vacuum concentrators.Variable use thanks to compact design.Uncompromising chemical resistance
The unique stability core design of high-stress components - such as the head cover and diaphragm clamping disc - ensure reliable performance over the long term. The stability core is created through a multi-step manufacturing process which creates a thick layer of fluoropolymer wetted material. Together with the perfluoroelastomer valves and seals, these materials provide outstanding chemical resistance and minimal surface adherence. This prevents the degradation of the pump from chemical corrosion.
Unsurpassed long-term performance
The already long diaphragm life time of approximately 15.000 working hours is increased considerably by the intelligent VARIO control. VARIO pumps deliver precise vacuum by adjusting the motor speed. This technology minimizes wear on the pump, extending typical maintenance intervals to 5 years or more for many customers.
Intuitive, touch-screen control
VACUU·SELECT® vacuum controller makes your tasks simple, easy, and efficient. Choose your application from a set of predefined applications or create your own routine in next to no time. Everything is right at your fingertips with the intuitive VACUU·SELECT user interface.
Precisely optimized vacuum
VARIO-pumps provide pinpoint vacuum control by adjusting the motor speed. This guarantees optimal process times and reproducible results. VARIO-pumps run on demand for maximum energy efficiency, increased service intervals, and whisper quiet operation.
With automatic evaporation, boiling points are detected at the touch of a button and the pressure is continuously adapted throughout the evaporation. Even critical solvent mixtures are quickly and safely evaporated without bumping or foaming.
Minimal operating costs
The intelligent VARIO motor speed control minimizes power consumption and wear on the pump.
In comparison to vacuum pumps with constant motor speed, power consumption is reduced by up to 90 % during laboratory operation.
Whisper quiet operation
The patented new drive system of our chemistry diaphragm pumps guarantees extra quiet, ultra-low-vibration operation. Due to the VARIO control, the pump runs at a significantly reduced speed making the pump whisper quiet.
GREEN VAC® – environmentally friendly vacuum generation
Environmentally conscious production and efficient products, careful use of precious resources and responsibility for the future. GREEN VAC stands for environmentally friendly vacuum generation without oil or water consumption, long service life and the maximum potential energy savings.
Weighing excellence now becomes affordableThe Puro® series has been developed for your varying weighing needs.
Whether weighing, counting or quality control – all the Puro® scales provide a fast and accurate weighing performance.
With its robust design, innovative and user-friendly applications, Puro® scales prove themselves in all areas of industrial weighing.
Puro® scales include a USB-C rechargeable battery with an extremely long operating time as well as smart connectivity options and application packages.
Choose your Puro® from a wide selection of products.
Reliable, fast and easy to use.
Fast, stable and accurate results.Increased throughput, quality and efficiency.Large front and rear displays.Smart product portfolio.
Wide range of dimensions, resolutions and capacities.New series of industrial scales tailored to the needs of various industries.With its Lithium-Ion battery and superior low voltage electronics, Puro® provides a massive 500 hours of energy in just one operational cycle. And all you need for charging is a standard USB-C power supply.
Second issue of “COSMETICS LAB” magazineThe science behind ingredient selection.
The second issue of the free “COSMETICS LAB” magazine is all about responsible ingredient selection and more:
Techniques used in all steps of cosmetics development.How to extract and screen for active ingredients.How to purify raw natural material with chromatography.The wildest ingredients used in cosmetics.Horoscopes, quizzes and more.Plus: Exclusive interview with Jen Novakovic from "The Eco Well" on fighting misinformation in the cosmetic industry.
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Chromapedia Volume 1: Detection MethodsUsing knowledge to power your chromatography detection.
You need some quantitative information on the compounds you are purifying.You need to detect a volatile substance.You need to get some structural information on the compound you are separating.You need to detect miniscule amounts of a molecule.Download "Chromapedia Volume 1" and learn about established and modern detection techniques used in flash and preparative chromatography.
Get details, benefits and drawbacks of:
UV detectionELS detectionMS detectionRI detectionFluorescence detectionAnd see which techniques are suitable for detecting different types of substances.
To recieve "Chromapedia Vol. 1" and boost your detection power please contact us.