Thermo Scientific launches process analyser software

It aims to facilitate well-informed, timely decision-making to prevent damage to facilities, reduce product failure and boost yield

Thermo Scientific has launched the Chromeleon 7 Process Analyzer (PA) software for process monitoring using on-line ion chromatography (IC) and/or high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) Process Analytical (PA) systems.

Now on Windows 10, the software is used for industrial process monitoring. When used with on-line IC and HPLC PA systems, the software is designed to increase operational efficiency and enable early detection of contaminants or irregularities that could impact product quality or system integrity.

Chromeleon 7 PA software allows simplified configuration, along with control over the sample and analytical process, enabling unattended analyser operation.

Additional functionality is also offered by the Chromeleon 7.3 chromatography data system (CDS) software, upon which it is based. Bidirectional communication with external data acquisition, automation and control systems is enabled using industry standard open platform communications (OPC). The software facilitates compliance with regulations like 21 CFR Part 11, a crucial requirement for United States Food and Drug Administration (US FDA) regulated industries.

“Reliable, accurate and timely process monitoring is of utmost importance across industrial operations to ensure variations are detected before they can impact yield or cause costly shutdowns,” said Dino Alfano, vice president and general manager, sample preparation and ion chromatography, Thermo Fisher Scientific. “Chromeleon 7 PA software delivers unmatched process monitoring capabilities to allow customers to fine-tune their operations, maximize efficiency and reduce costs.”

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