Full Package of Analytical Lab Services for Successful Product & Process Development Offered
Aug 13 2018 Read 364 Times
Biopharma Group is well known for its freeze drying expertise including our R&D consultancy, and analytical lab services such as process, product characterisation and cycle development, scale up and specialist pre-lyo or post-lyo analysis packages the global biopharmaceutical and process industries. The company’s aim is to provide a world-class service to its customers and meet the precise needs of your projects whether this be an individual analysis or a complete formulation development programme.
In addition to uniquely comprehensive analysis services, Biopharma offers lyophilisation training courses covering lyophilisation technology from pre-formulation to full-scale production and dried product analysis.
Biopharma’s expertise also extends to analytical instrumentation having developed the most advanced freeze drying microscope (FDM), the Lyostat5 and the Lyotherm3 frozen state impedometer to provide the most accurate data relating to critical event stages.
Establishing the behaviour of frozen state solutions is essential for many industries. Understanding the critical events for each solution can improve longevity and efficacy of a product. Having detailed and clear phase transition data allows for determination of clear parameters which, in turn, will result in increased efficiency, stability and productivity.
The most effective method of determining these phase transitions is impedance analysis (Zsinφ). The Lyotherm3 combines both electrical impedance and traditional thermal (DTA) analysis techniques allowing for greater detail and more informed decision making.
When used in conjunction with Biopharma’s Lyostat5 (FDM), a complete picture of the behaviour of the frozen material can be obtained. The Lyostat5 establishes accurate knowledge about the product’s collapse behaviour which is vital when developing a new cycle, scaling up or developing a formulation, saving time and money.
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