High-throughput, comprehensive Packaging Testing
With its ability to analyze a very wide range of compounds rapidly, SIFT-MS revolutionizes packaging testing across diverse materials including:
- Print products
Benefits of SIFT-MS:
- Increased product testing through faster analysis provides early warning of quality issues in packaging materials
- Multiple packaging applications are conveniently and simply tackled by one instrument
- High selectivity from eight rapidly switchable reagent ions
- High robustness to humidity greatly simplifies testing procedures for high moisture systems
Rapid validation of polypropylene (feedstock grade).
Packaging Testing benefits
Comprehensive analysis, including inorganics and chromatographically challenging compounds
Flexible sample delivery options, including automation and area sampling
Intuitive software and fast method development
High sensitivity and wide linearity range
Automated high-throughput headspace analysis
Packaging Testing resources
Analysis of Volatile Emissions from Polymers and Paperboard
An Evaluation of SIFT-MS for Instrument-Based Sensory Analysis: A Packaging Case Study
Drying Endpoint Monitoring Using SIFT-MS For Enhanced Manufacturing Of Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients
Process analysis using SIFT-MS enables the drying process to be monitored past the drying end-point measurable using conventional weighing methods. This delivers greater efficiencies for production, and lowers risk of thermally damaging sensitive APIs.
Simple, Rapid Analysis Of Ethylene Oxide In A Polysorbate 80 Excipient Using SIFT-MS
Quantitative ethylene oxide analysis in Polysorbate 80 excipient is greatly simplified using SIFT-MS, with a time to first test result that is eight-fold faster than the current compendial method and a
daily sample throughput that is 9- to 14-fold higher.
Simple, Rapid Analysis Of Formaldehyde Impurities In Gelucire Excipient Using SIFT-MS
SIFT-MS greatly simplifies formaldehyde detection and quantitation through direct, instantaneous, and sensitive (sub-ppbV) sample ionization, yielding sample throughputs of up to 250+ samples/day.