Our Laboratory at Baddi has been granted Licence by Health and Family Welfare Department, Himachal Pradesh for analysis and certification of drugs, cosmetics and raw material used in their manufacture. This certification based on the facilities and available skilled manpower has given us the status of a major analytical services provider in the region
Archives for June 2009
VAPODEST 50s This system uses an integrated titration system for precise analysis for the sophisticated, fully automated laboratory. User-friendliness and safety have been top priorities in the development of this system. Profiting from the experiences of agencies and clients around the world Gerhardt has collected information and suggestions. The outcome of this vast project is […]
Turbotherm – Infrared digestion unit for Kjeldahl Nitrogen estimation Turbotherm with electronic time and power control The Turbotherm is a versatile infrared rapid digestion system capable of handling a wide range of samples in today’s modern laboratory. The digestion time is dramatically reduced due to the extremely short heating up and cooling down periods. By […]
Gerhardt has been offering fully automatic systems under the brand name Soxtherm. The solid-liquid extraction according to Soxhlet and Twisselmann can be done much more efficiently by using these systems. Thus, the Soxtherm simplifies and accelerates the traditional Soxhlet method in key areas. The extraction has up to five programmable stages. The patented process is […]
Mandatory Labeling Requirements Implemented From 19th March 2009 Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has introduced mandatory labeling for prepackaged Food products vide Notification number 664 (E) effective 19th March 2009. According to this notification, all prepackaged food products will have to carry the following additional information- A list of ingredients with following features […]
Arbro Pharmaceuticals, has joined hands with Professor Rakesh Bhatnagar, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), Delhi for developing an effective regime to neutralise effects of anthrax. The agreement was signed between Department of Science and Technology (DST) which is acting through its Drugs and Pharmaceuticals Research Programme of Technology Transfer Division.