Model 2500 Water Bath Dissolution System

Distek, Inc. is pleased to introduce their latest dissolution instrument, the Model 2500.  A descendent of the trusted 2100 Series, the Model 2500 offers a robust collection of system and user interface upgrades.

The Model 2500 Dissolution Test System offers ultimate flexibility and configurability while maintaining the reliability and ease of use that laboratories around the world have come to expect from the preceding four-generations.

New features include: a self-priming thermocirculator, wake up and sleep modes, integrated control of the optional Dosage Delivery System (DDS), USB printing, electronic qualification tracking and alerts, and an extensive list of user interface advancements intuitively accessed through the color touch screen display.

Distek has coupled these innovations with the core features of RPM and bath temperature monitoring, a seamless molded water bath, manual and automated methods, a smooth non-motorized drive head lift, and test volume flexibility (100 ml to 4 L).

“The Model 2500 is the culmination of combining technological innovation with tradition,” says Jeff Seely, Global Manager – Sales, Marketing & Technical Service, Distek, Inc.  “The hundreds of pharmaceutical companies and universities around the world that have purchased  a 2100 Series over the past three decades can upgrade to the Model 2500 with the confidence of a trusted brand.”

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