Are you working with tablet dissolution analysis and/or with sinkers?
Are you running multiple batches? Are you experiencing analysis bottlenecks?

Then maybe you should consider using the new RS Robotic Station from SOTAX to automate your sinker-based dissolution methods.

The new RS Robotic Station seamlessly integrates with your existing ATF XtendTM dissolution system. It automatically removes sinkers from vessels upon test completion – allowing for unattended execution of multiple dissolution runs with and without sinkers.

Like all samples to be tested using the paddle method (USP 2), the sinkers containing the dosage form are safely stored in a multi-run magazine on top of the dissolution bath awaiting their drop into the vessels.

After each test, the RS Robotic Station automatically retrieves the empty sinkers and the self-cleaning routine of the ATF XtendTM starts – preparing the system for the next dissolution test.

Do you want to know more? Welcome to contact us.