WE AIM TO MAKE MODERN HPTLC THE FIRST AND MOST PREFERRED METHOD OF ANALYSIS IN ALL THE MARKETS THAT WE OPERATE IN.
We aim to make modern HPTLC the first and most preferred method of
analysis in all the markets that we operate in.
Forensic analysis is a multi-disciplinary subject that implies the application of scientific knowledge and sophisticated instruments
Foods usually originate as botanical products and therefore are naturally variable as well as complex.
HPTLC Fingerprint is a technique adopted by the US & European Pharmacopoeias recently for the purpose of identification of “botanical materials”,
High Performance Thin Layer Chromatography (HPTLC) is a valuable tool to check purity, impurity of any non-volatile organic material.
Dyes and intermediates are non-volatile organic substances and so best suited for HPTLC analysis. HPTLC analysis is very low cost and results are “visible”.
HPTLC is a most versatile analytical technique which offers a great separation power using precise sample application, software-controlled chromatographic steps,
Sunscreen products are widely used across the globe due to their benefits of preventing skin from tanning and sunburns.
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The Iatroscan TLC/FID chromatograph is manufactured by Mitsubishi, Japan and sold in India by Anchrom since 1978. It combines the advantages of separation by TLC (of non-volatiles) with detection by FID (popular detector in GC).
An entirely new generation of HPTLC System, specifically for Q.C. lab applications has been launched by CAMAG, Switzerland. There will be up to 5 identical looking instruments side by side with conveyerised movement of plates. Each instrument will perform one step of HPTLC procedure.