Logan Instruments: Tip of the Iceberg
As Logan has proven year after year for nearly thirty years, going that extra mile to ensure a customer’s satisfaction will only lead to a positive experience that can be shared between customers privately as well as in a public forum like Dissolution Technologies. In the past few months, Logan has kindly requested current customers to provide honest feedback to other potential customers both over the phone and in person. Logan welcomes this type of open communication because it stands behind its QUALITY of products and the SERVICE provided once a purchase is installed in a company’s lab. Tying into last quarter’s press release on INNOVATION, this anecdotal message highlights two of Logan’s three core aspects of the organization.
There is always something new to get enthusiastic about at Logan Instruments and this quarter proves to be no different with two new systems that were recently launched. First, Logan has developed a new optional feature for its transdermal and topical diffusion systems line. This feature is an electric probe that measures current which applies to certain types of transdermal formulas. An extremely low amount of current is used to accelerate this permeation process and Logan has developed the technology to allow customers to test this. Secondly, Logan has released the UV 1900 Automated Dissolution Tester, which will take an end-user from dissolution to sample collection to UV analysis all on one system and software program. This technology will save companies valuable time in the lab.
At this juncture, Logan is right on the cusp of launching new systems that are going to revolutionize the dissolution and analysis industry. When asked about this Electric Probe Transdermal System, Logan’s president Luke Lee said, “This is just the tip of the iceberg for what we have coming out of our plant before the end of the year. We know it is still a few months away, but look for Logan to make a huge splash at PharmaSci360 (formally called AAPS-November 4-7). In addition to this show, look for Logan Instruments at the Transdermal and Intradermal Drug Delivery Systems show in Philadelphia (September 6-7) as well as Rutgers University’s Innovations in Dermatological Sciences meeting in Iselin, NJ (October 8-9).
About Logan Instruments:
Logan Instruments’ products have been used for over two decades by top pharmaceutical companies on five continents. Since its founding in 1990, it has grown into a worldwide leader in the design, manufacture, and distribution of products for dissolution, diffusion, and physical testing of pharmaceutical dosage forms. Its innovative products range from basic, manual systems to fully automated instrumentation for USP apparatus 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 automated transdermal diffusion cell systems and physical testers. Logan’s business is built on assuring you quality, innovation, and service.