Residual Solvent

Residual Solvent

Various Organic solvents are used during manufacturing of active pharmaceutical ingredients, all the way from manufacturing to even the label and inks used for the packagin. If these solvents are found and ingested it can and will be hazardeous to humans. The United States Pharmacopoeia <467>, the residual solvents are classified as “Organic volatile impurities(OVIs)” and regulates the concentration of toxic solvents contained in the medicine. European Pharmacopoeia also describes “Identification and control of residual solvents”. Since the residual solvents on the food packing material can affect to human health we have developped a Residual Solvent Analyzer that can accurately and efficiently detect and quantify residual solvents in both medicine and packaging of medicine.

Key Features:

1) Easy sample preparation with headspace autosampler

2) Extra heating module included (installed oven inside.)

3) The system provides reproducible data and minimize analysis error in use with ISTD ( Internal Standard Method)

4) You can monitor various residual solvents at one time .

5) Residual Solvent Analyzer includes all accessories and preparation system you need for analysis of residual solvents.

Analysis Application:

  1. Residual materials amounf  the extracted pigement from food.
  2. Residuals among the food packaging material
  3. Residual among the drugs
  4. Standard material amounf general compounds
  5. General residuals
  6. Residuals amount the drugs (Direct Injection)
  7. Methanol & Ethanolin a Chinese medicine
  8. Residual solvents on Class 1
  9. Analysis of residual solvents (Ethanol, 2-Propanol, Dichloromethane) in raw material for drugs
  10. Residual solvents on Class 2
  11. Residual solvents (n-Hexane, Ethyl acetate, 2 -Propanol, Toluene)
  12. General residual solvents (EA, Methanol, 2-Propanol, Toluene)
  13. General solvents (Dichlotomethane, Ethylbenzene, Xylene) in Paints
  14. Residual solvents in medicine (Acetone, Ethyl Acetate, Methanol)
  15. Residual solvents in medicine (Chloromethane, Methanol, Ethanol)