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Dryer analytics system

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ThermoFisher.jpgThermo Fisher Scientific Inc. is offering a near-IR-based dryer analytics system for use in pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical applications, including tablet and active pharmaceutical ingredient manufacturing. The Antaris EX FT-NIR process analyzer provides integrated computing as well as OPC and programmable logic controller input/output for automatic process communications control. It has been preconfigured to work in hazardous and potentially explosive environments. Retractable fiber optic probes are suitable for pharmaceutical powder-drying applications.


BioPhotonics
Nov 2007
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