Agilent Technologies has introduced an enhanced version of its Dissolution Workstation Software.
The updated software is designed to provide better data integration, method change control and instrument monitoring for controlling multiple dissolution systems.
It supports laboratory capabilities to build, edit, search, retrieve, execute and archive all dissolution methods and test reports from a single interface.
“One of the greatest enhancements is the addition of vibration monitoring to the Dissolution Workstation Software,” said Allan Little, marketing director for Agilent’s Dissolution Systems business.
“Though there is no standard guidance on vibration measurements, it’s important that laboratories understand the impact vibration can have on their dissolution testing. With baseline values for vibration on the x-, y- and z-axes, dissolution systems as well as their environments may be consistently monitored. This added benefit may be used during early research to develop internal tolerances for specific methods, or as part of a quality-control initiative for well-established methods.”
Capable of consolidating and maintaining electronic data in one location.
Possible to monitor the dissolution apparatus for vibration, environmental impacts and failure investigation assistance when using the optional Instrument Module.
Compliance with the latest enhanced mechanical qualification guidelines, including verifying accessories prior to each test.
Option to add automated system-cleaning cycle to the end of each method, extending the life of dissolution equipment.
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