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Laboratory Measurements Aid Process Efficiency

By Joy LePree |

New laboratory instruments simplify the collection of accurate and consistent measurements to increase productivity and product quality Efficiency and optimization are key words when it comes to all aspects of chemical processing and the laboratory is no different. Like most operations within a chemical facility, the laboratory is also tasked with streamlining operations, which means using instruments that achieve high productivity and can more easily collect accurate and consistent measurements in an effort to ensure that raw materials, intermediates and finished products all meet critical quality and safety attributes. “One of the biggest challenges in the chemical industry is ensuring that laboratory technicians and operators are confident that they can rely on the equipment they use,” says Ricki Hartwell, senior product manager, water and laboratory products with Thermo Fisher Scientific (Waltham, Mass.; www.thermofisher.com). “Time and again, ease of use and sample compatibility are cited as two of the most important considerations when selecting laboratory instruments. Laboratory managers and technicians expect that their equipment will make achieving accurate, precise and reproducible measurements intuitive.” And,…
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