DT-810 Système à circulation
Continuous photometric analysis during dissolution
This system integrates the DT-810 with an 8 position flow-cell accessory and a UV-Vis spectrophotometer. A peristalic pump (LH-PV2) continuously circulates sample solution between the 8 dissolution vessels and the flow cell accessory. Absorbance values are measured at user declared intervals and dissolution rates are automatically calculated. External samples can also be introduced for analysis.
DT-810 Système collecte de fractions
Analyze a maximum of 12 sets of samples
This system integrates a fraction collector and the LH-PV3 pumping unit for off-line testing. As many as 12 sets of samples with a volume of 20 mL or less can be collected form each dissolution vessel at pre-set intervals. Additional flow lines for solvent refills or line flushes using internal or external volumes are available.
DT-810 Système à circulation et collecte de fractions
Flexibility for on-line and/or off-line testing
This system combines the fraction corrector and a flow cell installed in a UV-Vis spectrophotometer. Samples from the dissolution vessels are collected in test tubes using the fraction collector and sample aliquots are analyzed by the UV-Vis using the autosampling capability of the fraction collector. Residual sample volumes can be analyzed later using other techniques such as HPLC.
Nouveau ! Couplage Dissolution test et HPLC
The analysis of dissolution samples by conventional spectrophotometers or conventional HPLC separations can require a large amount of time when analyzing the number of samples collected from a dissolution test. With the JASCO LC Dissolution rate calculation program and a vial rack which can be used for both of the DT-810 Dissolution Tester and the X-LC 3159AS auto-sampler, the combination of the DT-810 and the extreme high speed liquid chromatography (X-LC) systems provide a smooth measurement from the dissolution test to LC analysis. Using the X-LC, which is capable of reducing analysis time, 5 to 10 times less as compared to conventional HPLC, also makes it possible to offer a significant reduction of the total analysis time.