Logan Instruments launches the Inhaler Testing SystemLogan Instruments Corp. is pleased to introduce the newest automated AIR-1300 Delivery Dosage Uniformity (DDU) Inhaler testing system and semi-automated next generation impactor (NGI) and Andersen cascade impactor (ACI) systems.
AIR-1300 is a fully automated benchtop system that can test metered dose inhaler (MDI), nasal spray, and nasal aerosol products with extreme precision and repeatability. While allowing for the option to use any standard industry test procedures, it provides total control over testing techniques.
- Support for all types of apparatus
- Temperature and relative humidity measurement functions are available
- Built-in analytical balance enables automatic equipment weighing
- Continuous testing of up to 13 samples with high efficiency
VAC-2000 is the most advanced vacuum pump technology available, offering great performance and minimum maintenance. It is designed for the best performance at the flow rates required for MDI and dry powder inhaler (DPI) testing. The range of the vacuum pump is in accordance with pharmaceutical regulations for inhaler testing.
ACI-800 is an 8-stage cascade impactor that is specifically made for measuring the aerodynamic particle size distribution (APSD) produced by MDIs and DPIs. An aerosol stream passes through each stage, larger particles stay at that stage's collection plate, while smaller particles will move on to the next impaction stage. The flexibility of 4 to 12 stages is offered to help with the testing of various medications.
NGI-800 is a high-performance, precision impactor designed specifically for pharmaceutical inhaler testing. To evaluate dry-powder and metered-dose inhalers as well as other inhaled medication delivery systems including nebulizers and nasal sprays, Logan NGI-800 classifies aerosol particle sizes into size fractions. Logan provides a specially designed refrigerator to ensure temperature control.
CAF-1200 enables automated flow settings on the intuitive touchscreen control. Temperature and relative humidity sensors are available to offer precise information about environmental conditions.