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Sample preparation at Daiichi Sankyo

Time and cost savings of automated sample preparation – a case study

Case study: Sample preparation at Daiichi Sankyo

Sample preparation is the starting point of any analysis.

By using the Quantos dosing head, the powder or liquid can be dispensed directly into the target container.

Every analytical result is only as good as its sample preparation. In the pharmaceutical industry, the safe handling of active and toxic substances is also particularly important, especially for personal protection during sample preparation.

The innovative Mettler-Toledo automated dispensing system Quantos has been in use in the laboratories of international pharmaceutical group Daiichi Sankyo for many years with great success. Quantos offers intelligent functions and innovative technologies to make sample preparation much easier. Using automated sample preparation offers numerous benefits to the Analytical Department at Daiichi Sankyo Europe GmbH. Dispensing of powdered samples is achieved in a closed system, which prevents user exposure to the substances, enhancing safety. Smaller quantities of solution can be prepared, saving precious substances.

Read the Sample Preparation at Daiichi Sankyo Case Study to find out how you could benefit from automated sample preparation in your laboratory.

Facts, background information, dossiers

  • active pharmaceutic…
  • analytics
  • automated sample pr…
  • weighing accuracy
  • GxP applications
  • active substances
  • analytical laboratory
  • automated dispensing system
  • automated dosing solutions
  • automated powder an…
  • personal protection
  • stability tests
  • toxic substances

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