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The Luna Omega 1.6µm columns offer excep- tionally tight particle size distribution, high column packing efficiencies, steady selectivi- ty and excellent reproducibility. Luna Omega columns are well suited for a wide range of applications including drug discovery and development, food contaminant analysis, environmental testing, toxicology and clini- cal research. Luna Omega UHPLC columns feature a novel silica with a constant particle morphology that is modified with propri- etary, post-synthetic thermal treatment pro- cesses for mechanical strength and inertness. This provides significantly better peak shape for compounds of interest and minimizes un- wanted secondary interactions. Proprietary Phenomenex bonding technologies ensure wide stationary phase coverage and excel- lent separation power.


Phenomenex www.phenomenex.com Capsule Filling Machine


The FEC40 Capsule Filler has an output vol- ume of up to 400,000 capsules per hour – nearly twice the production capacity of any other capsule filler on the market. The FEC40 accomplishes this elevated production bar in a remarkably small footprint, making ma- chine reconfiguration due to floor space is- sues unnecessary. The extraordinarily high ratio of performance-to-footprint is made possible by the company’s patented Duplex Concept, which enables the FEC40 to feature a dual capsule filling process. The result is sig- nificant production savings (up to 30 percent per 1,000 capsules). In the FEC40, separate process steps have been merged for capsule filling, with the resulting free stations used for dual arrangement of the capsule filling process in the machine, thereby doubling output. As the filling process fully complies with established production standards, users can apply all tried-and-tested process param- eters for capsule filling and optimize them further when necessary.


Fette Compacting America, Inc. www.fetteamerica.com


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EDITOR’S TOP|TECH Compact Research Grade Raman Microscope


The SENTERRA II is ideal for advanced Raman microscopic applications. The spectrograph of the SENTERRA II was fully redesigned to achieve higher spectral resolution in addition to higher performance compared to previous models. For most applications spectra are now recorded by a single scan covering the full spectral range with a spectral resolution of 4 cm-1. For certain applications like stress in silicon or polymorphism in pharmaceutical drugs, measurements are performed at high resolution achieving 1.5 cm-1. Data acquisi- tion in Raman imaging with SENTERRA II uses different acquisition modes to achieve high spectral recording rates or high lateral reso- lution, respectively. The SENTERRA II is an easy-to-use confocal multi laser Raman mi- croscope. All relevant components like lasers, gratings, filters, and apertures are motorized to allow an automated parameter setting via software.


Bruker Corporation www.bruker.com


Economical Blister Lidding Foil


CONSTANTIA Blister Eco is a pharma packag- ing lidding foil for low-barrier products that offers significant cost savings compared to standard blister lidding foil. CONSTANTIA Blister Eco consists of tissue paper lami- nated with a thin aluminum layer, resulting in a material that is 23% lighter than a stan- dard lidding foil. The share of aluminum in the product is 40% – far less than standard foil’s approximately 90% – and it also uses renewable raw material paper and less lac- quer coating, making it more sustainable. CONSTANTIA Blister Eco also enjoys excellent barrier properties over thermoformed blister bottom film; for example, water vapor barrier properties are greatly enhanced compared with thermoformed blister base webs made from traditional PVC-based materials.


Constantia Flexibles www.cflex.com


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