New Industrial-scale Centrifugal Partition Chromatography System Announced
Sep 02 2020
Gilson is pleased to announce a new industrial-scale centrifugal partition chromatography (CPC) system: VERITY® CPC Process. This is the solution for customers requesting larger capacity CPC systems with a high return on investment. The new system is easy-to-use and has broad applicability, namely in the natural extract, cosmetics, and pharmaceutical industries. With the introduction of the VERITY CPC Process, Gilson becomes the sole end-to-end provider of CPC systems and services for lab, pilot, and now process scales.
The new VERITY CPC Process solution takes CPC to the next level, with a customisable rotor capacity from 1 to 5 liters that allow users to process several tons of samples per year reliably. The system minimises dead volume and offers adjustable rotation speeds, providing higher resolution. To complete the solution, Gilson offers the VERITY® SKID that operates at a fast 3-litre per minute flow rate with 2% accuracy and 0.5% repeatability, which delivers optimised production time, costs, and quality.
Developed with safety and compliance in mind, the VERITY CPC Process already meets EU 2006/42/EU and 2014/34/EC ATEX directives while UL is coming in 2020. The system is controlled by a 21 CFR part 11-compliant software and comes with FDA-compliant spares and consumables.
The VERITY CPC Process is not only about instrumentation. With more than 100 CPC unit placements in industrial settings, Gilson has developed a unique network of CPC Service Engineers and CPC Application Specialists. All owners of the CPC systems hence benefit from local support to keep instruments running at peak performance and with applications tailored to serve their business strategy.
With the VERITY CPC Process, Gilson blends laboratory demands for flexibility with manufacturing drive for profitability.
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