Dionex Corp.’s Integral™ Process Analytical (PA) platform has won the Frost & Sullivan 2010 Best Practices Award for Global Process Chromatograph New Product Innovation.
SUNNYVALE, CA - Dionex Corp.’s Integral™ Process Analytical (PA) platform has won the Frost & Sullivan 2010 Best Practices Award for Global Process Chromatograph New Product Innovation.
The Dionex Integral process analytical system and Chromeleon® PA software are used worldwide to provide more timely analysis results by moving liquid-chromatography-based measurements on line. This results in reduced reporting delays, improved process throughput and efficiency, reduced product variability, and reduced downtime. Faster, more comprehensive information helps process engineers who are responsible for plant performance in facilities both large and small. Integral’s flexible, modular design enables on-line IC or HPLC to be applied from the process R&D lab bench to the factory floor.
“Dionex is honored to be recognized by Frost & Sullivan for the innovation of Integral’s flexible and adaptable design that is the basis for our Integral process analytical systems,” said Rick Cooley, Market Development Manager - Process Analytics for Dionex.
Dionex Wins Frost & Sullivan Award
June 20, 2010