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DT-810 Dissolution Tester


Circular bath design for optimum temperature uniformity

The model DT-810 dissolution Tester is fully automated and designed fot flexibility to provide dissolution testing of up to 8 samples with either the paddle method (standard) or the rotating basket method (option). The unique circular design provides uniform wafer temperature while utilizing a round heating element. The Direct-Center automatic centering mechanism provides hands-free positioning of the dissolution vessles and drive shafts for accurate dissolution tests with high reproducibility. all components can be controlled via PC using simple keystroke operations with a user friendly graphic interface.

  • Meets USP, EP and JP requirements
  • 21 CFR Part 11 compliant
  • Excellent temperature stability using the circular bath
  • Uniform temperature distribution between vessels
  • Easy to set up and maintain
  • Direct-Center vessel centering for automatic alignment of vessels and drive shafts
  • Test vessels manufactured with precise tolearnces for vessel dimensions
    PC control for monitoring
  • Automated tablet dropping system for dosage loading
  • Automatic sampling tube positioning for upper and lower positions


DT-810 Dissolution Tester Systems

Peristaltic Pump System

With a rapid pump speed, this system can collect or measure the absorbance of a testing solution in as little as 2 minutes.

Syringe Pump System
This system has high pumping volume accuracy and can dilute a collected solution by introducing a dilution solution from an external source. It also supports an 8-position automated filter changer.

DT/X-LC System (Dissolution system coupled with X-LC)
The analysis of dissolution samples by conventional spectrophotometers or conventional HPLC separations can require a large amount of time when analyzing the number of samples collected from a dissolution test. By utilizing extreme high speed liquid chromatography (X-LC), the analysis time can be reduced from 1/5 to 1/10 the time required compared with conventional HPLC.


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