PULSE™

 

 

Pion's pKa/log P Instrument

Effectively and efficiently forumlate a pharmacutical drug product using PULSE™. 

 

PULSE™ is an ionization constant (pKa), lipophilicity (log P), and solubility analyzer. Understanding the physical chemical properties, including ionization, of a compound is essential to effectively and efficiently formulate a pharmaceutical drug product. Due to the increasing demand for a reliable and accurate yet cost-effective instrument, we designed the PULSE™. With three configurations, the PULSE™ is designed to meet your specific need and application.

 

The PULSE™ eliminates the need for outsourcing ionization projects.

 

Here is your in house pKa instrument with straightforward data generation in an affordable, small format, programmable titrator.

 

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Pulse Analytical Head

The Head of the PULSE™:

UV Probe

pH electrode

Overhead stirrer

Dispense lines

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Models

 

  • PULSE™ Standard is designed for one-at-a-time sample analysis with potentiometric titration capability of acid base and water.
  • PULSE™ Advanced is the PULSE™ standard plus a UV probe and diode array spectrophotometer for the ability to measure low-soluble compounds where traditional potentiometric methods would be limited.
  • PULSE™ Premium is the PULSE™ Advanced plus an 8-position carousel autosampler. Potentiometric, UV, and a cosolvent dispenser make this configuration powerful and flexible.

 

All models are equipped with a user-friendly data collection and data processing software. The software allows you to either build your own method or use our pre-loaded methods.

 

 

How the PULSE™ stacks up against the competition

 

Pion knows that the pKa technology currently available is top notch. The PULSE™ offers the same outstanding quality in a smaller unit at significant cost savings.

 

Case Studies

 

Pulse Graph Method

 

Pulse Data Complete

 

Product Details and Specifications

 

Download the PULSE™ Product Spec Sheet for more information.

 

 

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