True Workflow-Oriented Software for Simulated Distillation
Feb 08 2016 Comments 0
After the pre-announcement made in December, PAC (USA) is excited to announce the launch of a next generation software suite for GC SIMDIS Analyzers that truly refocuses all operator efforts on workflow. PAC SIMDIS Software interfaces universally to all major Chromatography Data Systems in the market to produce accurate results; fast and in the format required.
Designed to be a real workhorse, PAC SIMDIS Software features a vast array of smart drag-and-drop operations, zoom functions, filters and onscreen-links to allow relevant information production through a bare minimum of mouse clicks and saving operator-time, without any compromise to output or quality. Flexible editable templates allow for both calculus and reporting for different test methods and products. This means that data from the same standardised analytical method can be handled and reported differently, depending on the needs for that particular sample.
PAC SIMDIS Software is extremely intuitive, simple and easy to use, so it does not require a highly-trained operator. For laboratories requiring full flexibility, customisable user profiles are included. “The new SIMDIS software is far easier, intuitive, and more flexible” says Rob de Jong, PAC’s Product Manager for Gas Chromatography and Elemental Analysis. “With this next generation software, it is easier for the end-user to read and learn, it is very clear to get result with less keystrokes” according to De Jong. The software can be set up in different languages, e.g. Chinese or Spanish to accommodate non-English users.
Data audit trail lists actions performed on sample and connected blank and calibration files for perfect data traceability. Built-in quality control reporting and customizable reference- and calibration samples further add to quality assurance of the newly launched software.
As can be expected all relevant methods are supported, such as D2887, D7213, D7500, D7169 (with or w/o DHA Merge), IP480, EN ISO 3924, IP406, ASTM D5307, ASTM D6352, EN 15199-1/2/3, DIN 51.435, IP 507, IP 545 and an array of specific correlations, such as D86, D1160, D6417, NOACK acc. DIN 51.581-2 and Flashpoint acc. ASTM D7215.
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