The analytical instrumentation space is a key part of the pharmaceutical manufacturing industry. Raman spectroscopy is becoming one of the increasingly popular PAT tools among the analytical instrumentation that have been deployed recently. To maintain compliance, equipment reliability and durability are essential. Investing in a quality assurance system is indispensable.
A small amount of dirt or damage on the surface of an optical fibre can cause a surprisingly large drop in signal throughput; signal loss of up to 80% is not uncommon. In a Raman spectroscopy system, such as Tornado Spectral System’s HyperFlux™ PRO Plus, this loss of fibre throughput will result in a significant drop in system performance due to less laser light exciting the sample and/or less light from the sample returning to the spectrometer.
Tornado Spectral Systems Inc., a leading manufacturer of Raman analyzers for process monitoring, announced today that it has received ATEX and IECEx certification for its OPIS 35 laser accessory.
Tornado Spectral Systems Inc., a leading manufacturer of Raman analyzers for real-time process monitoring, released today a key update of its instrument control software SpectralSoft.
Tornado Spectral Systems Inc., a leading manufacturer of Raman analyzers for real-time process monitoring, today announced it has closed its latest round of Series A financing bringing a total of $10.2 million in new investment.
Tornado Spectral Systems is pleased to announce that it was recognized as the winner of the ‘Analysis, Testing, and Quality Control’ award at the prestigious CPhI Pharma Awards.
Tornado Spectral Systems released today an enhanced update of its flagship software SpectralSoft.
Tornado Spectral Systems Inc. is pleased to announce that it has met all the legal requirements for the CE mark to its new HyperFlux PRO Plus Raman spectroscopy system, making it now available to customers in the European Economic Area.
Tornado Spectral Systems Inc. will be showcasing its new generation of HyperFlux™ spectrometers and Raman systems during the SciX Conference on Analytical Chemistry and Applied Spectroscopy (Booth #94) from September 18 – 23, 2016 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.