rap.ID develops and manufactures patented technology that is unique worldwide. Their technology presents a unique alternative to cost-intensive manual systems by providing never before seen fully automated quantitative and qualitative material determination systems for particles from 0.5µm. Contaminating particles such as polypropylene, skin scales, and protein aggregates can be determined by the hundreds and even thousands in a matter of minutes. Vibrational Spectroscopy (raman.ID) in combination with element detection (metal.ID) delivers premier microparticle contamination characterisation.
The Single Particle Explorer (SPE) product line delivers reliable particle size, quantity, shape and chemical composition analysis of particles from 0.5 microns and ensures parenteral and implant technical cleanliness.
If offers foreign particle membrane analysis, filtration, automated image analysis and more. Fully automated Raman spectroscopy identifies organic particles and laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS/metal.ID) analyses identifies inorganic substances as well as metal particles. Contamination can be efficiently tracked back to production processes using these combined technologies.
Layer Explorer Ultra-Thin (LE UT) determines the thickness and distribution of baked-on silicone layers in primary packing materials for parenterals such as syringes, cartridges, and vials. Now, you can measure down to a layer thickness of only 15nm using a combination of two spectroscopic methods. Ensuring the ability to control and specify the quality of the silicone layers is essential for proper functioning without destruction. All data, such as position, layer thickness, audit trail information, and raw date are stored in a 21 CFR
Silicone oils are used as lubricants on the surfaces of prefilled glass syringes and other pharmaceutical glass containers. Use our non-destructive technology to measure the thickness and distribution of the silicone layer inside the glass or plastic primary packaging material.
A reliable, non-destructive method is used to determine the thickness distribution and chemistry of the silicone oil layer in syringes and other pharmaceutical glass or plastic containers. Information is quickly provided about any changes in the silicone oil layer.Send Enquiry