Copley Scientific to preview new Critical Flow Controller at RDD Europe 2017

The highly automated TPK 2100 incorporates a range of features that speed up testing, improve reproducibility, and enhance data output and recording

Preview the new TPK 2100 from Copley Scientific at RDD Europe 2017 in Antibes

Copley Scientific, a leading manufacturer of inhaler test equipment, will preview its new Critical Flow Controller – the TPK 2100 – for the testing of dry powder inhalers (DPIs) at Respiratory Drug Delivery (RDD) Europe 2017 from 25-28 April in Antibes, France. The highly automated TPK 2100 (patent pending) incorporates a range of features that speed up testing, improve reproducibility, and enhance data output and recording; all important requirements for cost-efficient measurement in a highly regulated environment.

Delivered dose and aerodynamic particle size distribution (APSD) are critical quality attributes for DPIs as they indicate the amount of drug that will be received by a patient and also, where it is most likely to deposit in the lung. Relevant testing methods are specified in both the US and European Pharmacopeias but are widely recognised as being relatively complex from the perspective of test set-up and implementation.

Built on Copley’s heritage of TPK models – which are established international standards in the field of DPI testing equipment – the new TPK 2100 sets a new benchmark for the set-up, control and documentation of all the parameters associated with the measurement both of delivered dose and APSD.

Innovative designs with a high degree of automation are an important focus for us

Mark Copley, Sales Director at Copley Scientific comments: "With around 600 scientists congregating in Antibes on 25 April, I expect three days of stimulating discussion on the hot topics surrounding inhaled drug delivery. RDD is a distinguished conference, and provides the ideal forum to preview our latest product – the TPK 2100 – which is ideally suited to the needs of analytical scientists and will be officially launched later this year. Innovative designs with a high degree of automation are an important focus for us as we work to reduce the potential impact of user variability, thereby enhancing reproducibility and data integrity. Such designs, as exemplified by the new TPK 2100, also enhance analytical productivity – a crucial gain in today's busy R&D and QC labs."

Copley Scientific is the world's leading manufacturer and supplier of inhaler test equipment and continuously innovates new products to meet the evolving needs of the inhalation community. Experts from the company will be on hand throughout RDD Europe 2017 to answer questions on any aspect of inhaled product testing.

To find out more about Copley's full programme of equipment for inhaled drug testing, download 'Quality Solutions for Inhaled Testing' from: copleyscientific.com/downloads/brochures.

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