New Approach to Automated Dissolution Filtration Increases Efficiency and Affordability by Enabling the User to Employ the Same Filter Multiple Times
Munich, Germany (April 1, 2014)?Hanson Research Corporation, the pioneer of dissolution and diffusion test equipment, today introduced the Vision AutoFilter Changer to the European market at Analytica 2014 in Munich, Germany. Designed as a seamless addition to Hanson’s Vision line of premium dissolution test instruments, the Vision AutoFilter Changer automatically introduces 25 mm filters in the fluidic path of dissolution samples without limiting the number of times each filter is used.
“The design and inspiration behind the Vision AutoFilter came as a direct result of Hanson Research customers giving first-party accounts of the struggles they faced with other filter management systems currently on the market,” said Steve Shaw, Chief Engineer of Hanson Research. “We are excited to better equip our customers with intelligently-designed tools that detect filter jams and, if necessary, collect unfiltered samples, which allow a test to continue uninterrupted.”
The Vision AutoFilter accommodates almost any 25 mm in-line filter, including automation-compatible and non-automation-compatible filters. If filtration is not needed, a filterless protocol can be programmed to remove filters from the fluidic path without the need to re-route any tubing, saving time and money for the user. It was designed to reduce any possible corrosion, to prevent cross contamination of samples, and to accommodate up to three Vision dissolution testers to maximize throughput of samples.
The Vision AutoFilter’s worldwide introduction concludes this September 24-26 in Shanghai, China at Analytica China 2014. Please visit Booth #N1-1110 for more information.