L.B. Bohle’s LM 40 laboratory blender employs near infrared (NIR) spectroscopy to ensure accurate blending results, so you can be confident in the homogeneity of your formulations, while reducing overall processing time. According to the company, the LM 40 is further characterized by:
- Integration of an NIR spectrometer into the lid of the blending bin to generate highly reproducible, accurate online results via advanced NIR technology.
- A spectral range that covers from 1,000 to 2,200 nm.
- The blender — integrated into a frame with locking casters.
- An interlocked Plexiglas cover to protect the blending containers during rotation to ensure safety during hazardous conditions.
- A drive unit with a bevel gear motor and potentiometer control to adjust rotational speed.
- The combination of the spectrometer and measuring head in a compact, GMP-designed housing.
- Operation with specifically adapted 21 CFR, Part 11-compliant evaluation software.
- A modular, easy-to-operate design, which can be used as a mobile unit.
- Suitability for the efficient processing of pharmaceutical and nutraceutical products.