Process Analysis

Company Announcements

Innovatis AG and Bayer Technology Services GmbH signed a marketing and sales agreement for the BaychroMAT system.

Bristol-Myers Squibb licensed MTT Multantiv Oy’s methods for multivariate calibration, based on Science-Based Calibration, for calibrating multivariate measurement instruments.

Endress+Hauser opened a subsidiary in Doha, Qatar, in February.

BioTector Analytical Systems, a maker of online liquid analyzers, named Ohmart/Vega as its exclusive US distributor.

DASGIP and Groton Biosystems integrated their respective Parallel Bioreactor Systems and ARS-MS on-line autosamplers.

Groton Biosystems and Cellexus collaborated on the use of their respective automated sampler and single-use bioreactors.

In April, Thermo Fisher Scientific and Siemens combined their respective Antaris family of FT-NIR analyzers and SIPAT software for pharmaceutical applications.

InProcess Instruments appointed Henniker Scientific its new distributor for Great Britain and Ireland.

In April, Mettler-Toledo Process Analytics purchased the rights to Innotech GmbH’s RAMS product monitoring systems for turbidity and color.

Hamilton Sundstrand Applied Instruments announced in May the establishment of sales and marketing offices in Moscow, Russia, and Lokeren, Belgium.

In May, Yokogawa Europe BV and SICK Maihak GmbH signed a mutual distribution agreement for process analytical instruments.

Product Introductions

Kaiser Optical Systems launched the RamanRxn2 analyzer, available in either a four-channel or hybrid configuration, which features small spot and PhAT (Probe hybridization Array Typing)-wide area Raman sampling.

Kaiser Optical Systems introduced the RamanRxn4 rack-mountable Raman analyzer. Used with the AirHead probe, it is capable of gas-phase process monitoring.

CDI Pharma launched the Shakti “Process Ready” Raman Analyzer, featuring adjustable sample spot size.

Finesse Solutions and Nova Biomedical released the TruBio plug-in for OPC connectivity between their respective TruBio control software and Nova FLEX analyzers.

ABB introduced the Process GC 2000 Edition 2, featuring electronic pressure control, dielectric barrier discharge ionization and photo-ionization.

Hamilton Sundstrand Applied Instruments launched the RPM View Raman photometer, featuring a direct coupled sample design and the ability to measure hydrogen, chlorine, nitrogen, oxygen and organic chemicals.

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