Category Archives: Dissolution

The Best Bath…Isn’t One at All

Introducing the Model 2500 Select – Bathless Dissolution Tester!

The patented bathless technology eliminates the water bath and all associated maintenance while heater jackets raise media temperature from ambient to 37°C in less than 15 minutes. Wireless in-shaft temperature sensors continuously monitor and display the in-vessel temperature for each vessel.  A brilliant touch screen and unparalleled command of the instrument with electronic tracking of serialized stirring elements, qualification status and due dates and extensive reporting and method storage capabilities make this a robust and reliable system.

  • PATENTED BATHLESS TECHNOLOGY
    Eliminates the water bath and all associated maintenance while heater jackets raise media temperatures from ambient to 37°C in less than 15 minutes with a high temperature capability of up to 99°C
  • WIRELESS IN-SHAFT TEMPERATURE SENSORS
    Patent Pending wireless temperature sensors continuously monitor, control and display the in-vessel temperature for each vessel
  • SERIALIZED COMPONENT TRACKING
    Enter and track all serialized components

“The Model 2500 Select bathless system is a perfect addition to our extensive portfolio of dissolution solutions. The Model 2500 Select is ideally positioned for our global customers looking for a simplified bathless option,” says Jeff Seely, Distek’s Vice President of Sales & Business Development.

Click HERE to learn more about the Model 2500 Select bathless dissolution tester, contact Distek’s Corporate Office at +1 732 422 7585, by email at info@distekinc.com or visit www.distekinc.com.

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Time-tested – Distek, Inc., an industry Leader in Dissolution for 40 Years

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December 22, 2016 · 6:53 pm

Distek, Inc. Celebrates 40 Years in Business

North Brunswick, NJ – Distek, Inc., a leading manufacturer of pharmaceutical laboratory testing instruments, accessories and validation services, is proud to celebrate 40 years in business.Distek 40th Anniversary Logo

Founded in 1976 by Mr. Gerald Brinker, Distek has grown to offer innovation and support to companies worldwide. Like Disney, Apple, Google & Amazon, Distek, Inc. is a real life garage startup success story.

Born in Montreal, Quebec in 1940, Mr. Brinker received a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from McGill University in 1962. From 1969-1972 Mr. Brinker was a sales engineer in New York City for Beckman Instruments, responsible for sales and technical support to a wide range of medical institutions.

In 1972, Brinker Instruments, a manufacturers’ representative firm for analytical instrumentation, was formed. As the sole proprietor, Mr. Brinker was responsible for launching new products for many laboratory instrument manufactures. As the success of Brinker Instruments grew and the eagerness of Mr. Brinker to do more was encouraged by his wife Pearl; Distek was created and later incorporated on June 22, 1976.

Over the next four decades Distek’s business expanded to provide instruments for other tests performed in pharmaceutical laboratories including; in-situ fiber optic dissolution, bathless tablet disintegration testing, content uniformity, programmable automated sampling and more. In 1980, Gerald’s wife, Pearl, joined Distek and since then, the Company has grown significantly, with the majority of employees located at its facility in North Brunswick, NJ.

Distek’s core market includes brand name and generic pharmaceutical drug manufacturers, CRO’s, CMO’s, Nutraceuticals, government agencies, and universities. To ensure consistent quality and to meet the international standards of our world market, Distek has been ISO certified since 2002.

As a leader in the industry, Distek has an excellent reputation for innovation, product reliability, and customer support. It holds numerous patents for its instrumentation and accessories.

“It is our belief that quality, innovation and support are essential to our current and future growth and continual improvement is crucial to ongoing success,” states Mr. Brinker.

“Much of our success is dependent upon Distek’s employees’ dedication to providing products and services of the finest quality,” includes Mr. Brinker.

In early 2012, Mr. Brinker became the Chairman of the Company, leaving the day-to-day responsibilities of running the business to his son, Jeff Brinker. In addition to his more strategic role in growing Distek, Mr. Brinker is actively involved in new product development and product redesign.

“Reaching our 40th year anniversary is truly an exceptional accomplishment and a testament to our loyal employees and supportive customer base. We recognize that our customers require highly innovative and intuitive instruments coupled with strong service and support to meet their demanding regulatory compliance efforts. We strive each day to meet and exceed our customer’s needs,” says Jeff Brinker, President of Distek.

In summary, Distek is a growing business that relies upon technological innovations, strong marketing efforts, highly skilled and trained customer support, and dedicated employees for its future. For technological advancements that offer reliable and consistent performance, the pharmaceutical industry trusts Distek.

To learn more about Distek, Inc., its products and services, contact Distek’s Corporate Office at +1 732 422 7585, by email at info@distekinc.com or visit http://www.distekinc.com.

ABOUT DISTEK, INC.

Distek, Inc., headquartered in North Brunswick, NJ, is a leading manufacturer of pharmaceutical laboratory test equipment, specializing in dissolution products and services. Distek also provides solutions for UV fiber optics, media preparation, disintegration, content uniformity, and validation services.

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Distek, Inc. Awarded Japanese Patent for Modularity Design and Position Software Control

North Brunswick, NJ – Distek, Inc., an industry leader in pharmaceutical laboratory testing instruments, accessories and validation services, has been awarded Japanese Patent 5773914 for their modularity design and the individual position software control.

Distek’s patented, self-contained, modularity design is configurable for up to 8 positions when in use on the symphony 7100 “Bathless” Dissolution Instrument and 6 positions when in use on the sensIR 3200 “Bathless” Disintegrator. This modularity design allows users unprecedented ease and scalability.

“Distek is excited to have been awarded this patent which exemplifies our commitment to our global customers by providing intellectual property protection for our innovative product features which offer valuable benefits to our customer base,” says Jeff Brinker, President, Distek, Inc. “This patent in particular allows our global customers a great deal of flexibility in the symphony 7100 and sensIR 3200 platforms in its modularity both mechanically as well as in the user interface design.”

For additional information contact Distek’s Corporate Office at +1 732 422 7585, by email at info@distekinc.com or visit http://www.distekinc.com.

ABOUT DISTEK, INC.

Distek, Inc., headquartered in North Brunswick, NJ, is a leading manufacturer of pharmaceutical laboratory test equipment, specializing in dissolution products and services. Distek also provides solutions for UV fiber optics, media preparation, physical testing, disintegration, and validation services.

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Distek, Inc. Releases Wireless In-Shaft Temperature Control and Monitoring for Model 2500 Dissolution Instrument

North Brunswick, NJ – Distek, Inc., an industry leader in pharmaceutical laboratory testing instruments, accessories and validation services, is excited to release an “optional” wireless in-shaft temperature control for the Model 2500 dissolution instrument.

The “patent pending” wireless in-shaft temperature sensors offer continuous vessel temperature control and monitoring from within the vessel without the need of an additional wired temperature probe and raising and lowering manifold.

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“The innovative use of our patent pending wireless temperature sensor technology further enhances the Model 2500, returning much needed time and labor savings back to the dissolution laboratory”, says Jeff Seely, Vice President of Sales & Business Development, Distek, Inc.

For additional information contact Distek’s Corporate Office at +1 732 422 7585, by email at info@distekinc.com or visit http://www.distekinc.com.

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Distek, Inc. Releases Mini HeightChek Tool for Small Volume Dissolution

North Brunswick, NJ – Distek, Inc., an industry leader in pharmaceutical laboratory testing instruments, accessories and validation services, is excited to release the much anticipated Mini HeightChek™ Tool for Small Volume Dissolution.

The Mini HeightChek Tool by Distek is a fixed 10mm gauge that accurately sets the paddle or basket heights prior to using the Distek small volume dissolution accessory.

Distek Mini HeightChek

“As we’ve see an increase in utilization of small volume (<200 ml) dissolution testing in the marketplace we are pleased to be able to provide our customers with a quick and simple tool for setting the operating heights,” says Jeff Seely, Vice President of Sales & Business Development, Distek, Inc.

For additional information contact Distek’s Corporate Office at +1 732 422 7585, by email at info@distekinc.com or visit www.distekinc.com.

ABOUT DISTEK, INC.

Distek, Inc., headquartered in North Brunswick, NJ, is a leading manufacturer of pharmaceutical laboratory test equipment, specializing in dissolution products and services.  Distek also provides solutions for UV fiber optics, media preparation, physical testing, disintegration, and validation services.

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What Our Customers are Saying!

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February 5, 2015 · 9:32 pm