Mass Spectrometry & Spectroscopy
Instrumentation for Fast and Reliable Raw Material Verification and Content Uniformity Measurements
Jan 14 2021 Read 13190 Times
Metrohm knows that every Pharma and Biopharma company is unique. That's why our portfolio of Raman instruments come in many options and formats to suit your needs. Raman is becoming ever-present within the pharmaceutical industry due to recent changes to the USP and EP monographs. Raman can be implement for material identification / verification, content uniformity and blend homogeneity.
Raman instruments combine ease of use with maximum safety and provide results in seconds: reduce workload - there’s no need for subsampling (and associated consumables) and no risk of cross contamination; reduce costs - samples no longer need expensive and time consuming laboratory analysis such as FTIR or HPLC; increase quality - get accurate, reproducible reliable and consistent results; barcode scanners mean inventory time is reduced and there are no shelf life issues; reduce logistics - less movements of samples between the sampling booth and quarantine; reduce lead-time - from materials arriving to moving on to production; reduce exposure - identifying raw materials through the original package without sampling avoids operator exposure; ensure regulatory compliance - (FDA 21 CFR Part 11) and Pharmacopeia conformity (USP and EP).
Discover Metrohm’s Range of Solutions for the Pharmaceutical Industry. Learn more about how fast and reliable raw material verification can be, at the touch of a button.
If you are working with natural or highly coloured materials, The NanoRam-1064 employs the 1064nm laser, reducing fluorescence interference and allowing users to successfully identify materials in the pharmaceutical chain.
The QTRam transmission Raman spectrometer allows pharmaceutical companies to build and run quantitative models that can quickly and easily perform content uniformity and blend uniformity measurements.
Metrohm’s expert team can tailor solutions to your specific raw material identification and content uniformity requirements.
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