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UV chromatography monitoring for large-scale purification

By Chemical Engineering |

The new UV (ultraviolet) Monitor Kit can be easily added to this company’s Flash 150 and Flash 400 chromatography systems in pharmaceutical development or manufacturing environments. The new UV Monitor Kit utilizes the latest in fiber-optic connections and powerful software for post-run analysis to give absolute control and confidence in large-scale purification processes. The kit combines a robust UV monitor core with a special wireless tablet, optimized for use in sensitive environments, to provide the most effective PAT (process analytical testing) solution available for the Flash 150 and 400 systems. This combination supports ATEX-compliant installation in the user’s production facility or laboratory environment. The system indicates the UV activity of the chromatographic flow eluting from the column, simplifying the workflow while helping to reduce solvent consumption, batch processing time and energy costs through less evaporation. — Biotage, Uppsala, Sweden

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