Characterisation technologies for pharma manufacturers

25 May 2018

Testa Anayltical to discuss their latest developments and application advances in Light Scattering technology, GPC/SEC instrumentation and Zeta potential measurement.

Testa Analytical Solutions will be demonstrating its expertise in characterisation technologies for chemical and pharmaceutical manufacturers and research groups at ACHEMA 2018.

Characterisation technologies for pharma manufacturers

Testa Analytical product specialists will be on hand to discuss their latest developments and application advances in Light Scattering technology, GPC/SEC instrumentation and Zeta potential measurement.

On display will be a complete range of light scattering instrumentation for measuring particle size from 0.3 nm to 10,000 nm. For the first time at ACHEMA, Testa Analytical will exhibit its complete range of GPC/SEC instruments and detectors for determination of absolute molecular weight, intrinsic viscosity and analysis of polymer branching. In addition, Testa Analytical will show its high-performance range of Zeta potential systems for studying colloidal phenomena.

Supported by top quality technical staff from Testa Analytical, these characterisation technologies provide the information to solve problems as well as improving products and processes.

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