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Chromaster for Pharmaceutical and Food Industries

Published on March 17, 2011 at 8:41 AM

By Cameron Chai

Hitachi High Technologies America has launched the Chromaster High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) platform, which is robust and user-friendly.

The HPLC is an analytical apparatus ideal for qualitative and quantitative measurements of liquid soluble substances. It is suitable for low pressure gradient HPLC systems. Low dwell volume offers versatility essential for holding and shifting methods from current platforms, to upgrade and replace solutions in the pharmaceutical environment.

Hitachi High-Technologies (HHT) has developed the Chromaster for research and development and quality control in pharmaceutical, food, and chemical industries.

The system features a low pressure gradient mode with enhanced peak/gradient retention time. An autosampler adopts a precision syringe drive unit for volume increase. Sensors reduce the impact of ambient temperature change. The unit continues with the Chromaster, composed of strong stainless steel materials.

The optional Graphical User Interface monitor delivers  high visibility, integrated management, and easy access to automation. A column management platform helps column log data even of the third party column developers. The full front access of the Chromaster makes it user friendly, and integrated common accessories and optimized tubing make it an attractive space efficient system.

Source: http://www.hitachi-hta.com/

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