Scientists at a leading contract research laboratory use Organomation’s 24 Position dry bath N-EVAP for extractables and leachables (E&L) testing. Operated in an analytical lab that provides testing for the pharmaceutical industry, Organomation’s N-EVAP concentrator is utilized to prep samples for the E&L testing.
In a video produced by the California Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC), Organomation’s 24 position N-EVAP is seen in the background of DTSC’s state-of-the art Environmental Chemistry Lab (ECL) in Berkeley, California.
It is estimated that 1 in 5 patients do not respond to prescribed medications (Millennium Health, 2016). A clinical toxicology lab in California is helping to support improved decision making through urine and oral fluid drug testing. The diagnostic test results help healthcare providers make prescription decisions for each patient.
In response to an increase in PFAS testing, Organomation is pleased to announce a new Teflon free option on its popular line of N-EVAP® nitrogen blowdown evaporators for sample preparation. A video explaining more about the new Teflon free option for PFAS testing is available on Organomation’s YouTube Channel, here.
Columnist Dougles E. Raynie, Associate Professor at South Dakota State University rounds up the latest sample preparation products and accessories in LCGC magazine, Sample Prep Perspective – Organomation’s new NITRO-GEN nitrogen generator made the list of new sample preparation products for 2020. The new nitrogen gas generator uses a hollow-fiber membrane to convert compressed air into 95–99% pure nitrogen gas at up to 20 liters per minute.
In response to increased interest in PFAS testing, Organomation has added a Teflon-free option to our popular N-EVAP blowdown evaporator product line. The new models can be ordered using the –NT option code, for instance Cat# 11155-NT for a 12 Position Teflon-free N-EVAP. Pricing and lead times for our Teflon-free N-EVAPs remain the same as for our standard model blowdown evaporators.
While manufacturers across the state of Massachusetts are adapting to the changes due to the COVID-19 pandemic and are making much needed equipment for those in the healthcare industry, reMAke 4.0 spotlights how the Berlin, MA based laboratory equipment manufacturer, Organomation, is able to stay open during the pandemic:
Laboratories around the globe are using US EPA methods 533, 537, and 537.1 to analyze finished drinking water from groundwater and surface water sources for per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS).
Students at Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, are using an Organomation 24 position N-EVAP® to measure wastewater treatment systems’ ability to remove antibiotics from wastewater.