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  • SOTAX launches new device for enhanced mechanical calibration of dissolution testers
    SOTAX MQD clipped onto shaft in a dissolution vessel for enhanced mechanical calibration of any dissolution tester – supplier-independent.
  • SOTAX MQD for enhanced mechanical calibration of dissolution testers.
  • SOTAX service technician executing mechanical qualification on a dissolution tester with the new MQD tool.

SOTAX launches new device for enhanced mechanical calibration of dissolution testers

Nov 07 2012 Read 1488 Times

More and more people in the pharmaceutical industry are adopting the new regulatory guidelines for enhanced mechanical calibration of dissolution systems. In order to improve and simplify the implementation of the enhanced mechanical calibration, SOTAX is pleased to announce the SOTAX MQD, a new universal tool for qualification of all brands of USP 1 and 2 dissolution testers.

The SOTAX MQD serves to simplify data capture and reporting while meeting industry compliance requirements. It wirelessly communicates with the intuitive software and guides the user through a simple step-by-step protocol to complete the qualification. By reducing user interpretation of manual readings along with the automated PDF report, the MQD allows for efficient calibrations with reliably precise data.

The fully NIST traceable MQD also simplifies the overall qualification workflow as the user only needs this one tool for calibration of any dissolution tester, regardless of brand (USP 1 and 2), and therefore eliminates the need for complex tool sets.

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