DEMAND FOR HAND SANITIZER ANALYSIS
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the high demand for key hygiene supplies such as hand sanitizers has led to critical supply shortfalls. With many industries mobilizing to produce hand sanitizers for the first time, suppliers need quality control processes to ensure that the hand sanitizers produced are effective and safe.
The PerkinElmer Spectrum Two FT-IR Hand Sanitizer Analyzer follows guidance by the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) for the compounding of certain alcohol-based hand sanitizers.
OPTIMIZE YOUR ALCOHOL-BASED HAND SANITIZER ANALYSIS
• Determines ethanol & isopropanol content according to WHO & FDA-approved formulations
• Delivers results within 90 seconds
• Mobile unit offering flexibility
• User friendly & does not require technical know-how to operate
• Cost effective solution
Formulations for the compounding of alcohol based hand sanitizer by the World Health Organization (WHO):
• Ethyl alcohol 80% (v/v) OR Isopropanol
• alcohol 75% (v/v)
• Glycerol 1.45% (v/v)
• Hydrogen peroxide 0.125% (v/v)
• Sterile or distilled water (remainder of volume).
SPECTRUM TWO+ FT-IR
The PerkinElmer Spectrum Two+ FT-IR spectrometer provides a fast and reliable method to determine the ethanol and isopropanol content of hand sanitizers compounded according to WHO and FDA-approved formulations.
The complete analyzer comes with Spectrum Touch software, which allows users to work with workflow orientated methods, and a starter calibration for hand sanitizer ethanol and isopropanol content.
The flexibility of the PerkinElmer hand sanitizer analyzer enables analysts to quickly and accurately obtain critical information about sample formulations at the compounding site.
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