Wyatt Demonstrates Strength in Macromolecular Characterization Solutions
News Dec 26, 2005
Wyatt Technology Corporation has announced that it will be exhibiting its comprehensive range of products on booth #1944, PittCon 2006, Orlando, Florida.
Booth #1944 will feature the company's full breadth of DAWN static light scattering, DynaPro Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS), Optilab refractometry and ViscoStar viscometry instruments alongside the company's complete range of ASTRA software solutions.
Showcased on booth #1944 will be the DAWN HELEOS Multi-Angle Light Scattering (MALS) Detector.
Wyatt claims that, this detector is able to incorporate both MALS and QELS (Quasi-Elastic Light Scattering) into a single unit.
Also available on show will be the automated DynaProT Titan Plate Reader designed to achieve rapid screening of unfractionated samples for applications such as crystallography, formulation and aggregation studies.
Wyatt Technology will further show its Optilab rEX Refractive Index (RI) detector, which has won silver award at PittCon 2004 as well as a 2005 R&D 100 award.
This product has 256 times the detection power and up to 50 times the dynamic range of any other RI detector in existence.
The ViscoStar, an online differential viscometer, designed to measure intrinsic viscosity across the peaks of monodisperse samples, providing truly accurate readings.
To fully support its instruments, Wyatt Technology has developed a complete range of software solutions. The 21 CFR Part 11-compliant ASTRA V is the comprehensive macromolecular characterization software package.
DYNAMICS is a data collection and analysis software program tuned specifically for batch and automated characterization of unfractionated molecular samples. Finally, coupled with ASTRA for data collection and analysis, the Eclipse software provides users with a turn-key solution for macromolecular characterization.
With over 35 years' experience in developing sophisticated laboratory instrumentation, Wyatt Technology is well positioned to offer technology training courses.
The company's Light Scattering University, the acclaimed course held in Santa Barbara, California guarantees to de-mystify light scattering.
What's more, Wyatt Technology has established a Support Center to provide secure access to pertinent information for its customers, partners and distributors 24 hours a day.
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