Mira P for the pharmaceutical industry: Instant verification of raw materials
Nov 07 2018 Read 361 Times
Metrohm has launched Mira P, a handheld Raman analyser for the pharmaceutical industry. Mira P is fast, easy, and accurate helping users optimise the inspection of incoming goods, formulation verification, and process monitoring. Mira P offers enhanced resolution, new immersion sampling and validation accessories, and ergonomic features that improve user experience.
Mira P and its dedicated software, MiraCal P, were developed in collaboration with some of the world’s leading pharmaceutical companies. New features streamline verification routines and include an automated training set builder and improved model analysis tools.
Soft- and firmware improvements, like a color-coded audit trail with advanced management features, ensure that users can easily reference samples even in massive databases. FDA compliance is met with customizable reports, automated report generation and export, and in-software viewing and printing. Following USP and EP guidelines has never been easier with the new CVA (Calibrate/Verify Accessory). This new attachment ensures accurate performance of Mira P and the quality of results with a thorough calibration and verification routine.
Mira P is IP67 rated and MILSPEC 810G tested, as expected from our rugged handheld analysers. In combination with our new guided workflow, this makes Mira P a perfect solution for the demanding pharmaceutical environment. From verification of morning deliveries to reviewing a day’s audit trail, Mira P helps increasing the efficiency of the typical workflow in the pharmaceutical manufacturing industry.
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