Super Critical fluid Chromatography (SFC)

Supercritical fluid chromatography (SFC), which employs a supercritical fluid as the mobile phase, benefits from the low viscosity and high diffusivity of supercritical fluids compared to liquids. When combined with Supercritical Fluid Extraction (SFE), which leverages the high permeability and diffusivity of supercritical fluids, it enables automated extraction and analysis of target components from solid samples. SFC can be used to analyze a wide variety of drug compounds such as antibiotics, steroids, taxol, vitamins, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agents, etc. Chiral separations can be performed for many pharmaceutical compounds. The innovative “Unified Chromatography” technology enhances the analytical workflow by integrating sample extraction, various separation modes, and high-sensitivity detection into a single process

Inductively Coupled Plasma Emission Spectrometry (ICPE)

ICP emission spectrometers are used in a broad range of fields, such as environmental testing, pharmaceuticals, foods, chemicals, and metals. Due to their high detection sensitivity down to ppb levels, ability to analyze a broad 5 to 6-digit range of concentrations, and ability to measure multiple elements simultaneously. ICPE-9820 simultaneous ICP atomic emission spectrometers are next-generation systems that offer the superior accuracy necessary to simultaneously and quickly analyze multiple elements regardless of their concentration levels. Furthermore, the systems reduce analysis costs while providing the highest performance levels in the industry

High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC )

An analytical system with high reliability and exceptional performance. The LC-20AD offers the fastest solvent delivery performance. With an automatic pulsation-correction mechanism and high-speed micro plunger driving, it achieves pulse-free solvent delivery. The SPD-20AV, with its deuterium lamp and tungsten lamp, permits highly sensitive measurement in both the visible and ultraviolet regions. Improved leakage detection (leak sensor). Improved separation in simultaneous analysis of multiple components by simultaneous control of up to four units. LabSolutions Report Set visualizes software operations to ensure the reliability of analysis data. This system’s outstanding cost performance is demonstrated in Environmental study, Food safety, Chemical industry and Pharmaceuticals

Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry (GCMS MS )

The Nexis GC-2030 is our flagship gas chromatography (GC) system, offering exceptional versatility, sensitivity, and reliability for routine and research-level analysis. It boasts best-in-class sensitivity, reproducibility, and user-friendliness with an intuitive interface. Depending the analysis goal and target components, it can be configured with up to three injection units and four detectors with the latest electric flow controller. This GCMS system is expandable and can be used for a wide range of applications, such as petrochemical, pharmaceuticals, environmental, food & beverage, forensics.

Liquid Chromatography Mass Spectrometry (LCMS MS)

Equipped with a heated ESI probe, the LCMS-8045 has the highest sensitivity in its class. The heated ESI probe, high-temperature heating block, desolvation line (DL) and drying gas, all act to promote desolvation and prevent contamination due to the penetration of liquid droplets into the MS unit. This improves the robustness, so reliable and high-accuracy data can be obtained over the long term. The LCMS-8045 also achieves the world’s fastest scan speed (30,000 u/sec) and polarity switching speed (5 msec). These enable ultra-high-speed, high-sensitivity analysis. The excellent cost performance of this system is demonstrated in food safety, environmental analysis, and other quantitative analyses.

Phenotypic Cart

Phenotypic carts, equipped with an array of sensors, cameras, and data processing capabilities,represent a cutting-edge approach to characterizing plant traits in a precise manner. These mobile platforms traverse through fields or greenhouse environments, capturing comprehensive data on plant morphology, physiology, and performance

Machine Vision Robotic Arm for Green-House

A machine vision robotic arm utilizes machine learning to selectively pluck fruit according to its health. The robotic arm is made of aluminum (18-grade) with 6-DoF movement and achieves an 8-foot height to provide maximum operating space. The inverse kinematics using Euler’s algorithm support the arm movement, which acts as a feedback system for fruit detection. Robotic Arm end factor is designed to handle multiple crops, enabling it to pick, cut, or suction. Machine Vision Robotic Arm is designed for the Greenhouse for fully automating the process of fruit harvesting and also for monitoring the fruit health. This machine helps the farmers to optimize the harvesting process and to increase the yield. Technology Stack: Python, Image Processing, Machine Learning (YOLOv8), SolidWorks, Ansys.

Agriculture Mapping Delineating Management Zone

Delineating management zones involves dividing a field into distinct areas based on spatial variability in soil properties, topography, yield potential, or other relevant factors. This process utilizes advanced technologies such as satellite imagery, GPS, soil sensors, and yield mapping to identify and delineate these zones accurately.