The QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTMENT is responsible to analyze and check the chemical and microbiological aspects of quality of all the products and processes.
The chemical testing of products at various stages of manufacturing is done by the Chemical laboratory of Quality Control Department. The Microbiological testing of Products and environmental aspects is Done in the Microbiology laboratory. Specified testing procedures are followed to perform all tests. The results are sent to QAD for decisions. The complete testing records are maintained in the relevant Registers. Analytical Lab Equipments & Instruments, High performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC), Ultra Violet/Visible Spectrophotometer, Atomic Absorption, Conductivity meter, pH Meter weighing Balances, Moisture Analyzer, Melting point Apparatus, Polarimeter, Stability Chamber, Centrifuge Machine, Vacuum Pump, Sonication Bath, Digital Hardness Apparatus, Disintegration Apparatus, Hot Plate, Magnetic Stirrer, Friability Apparatus, Dissolution Apparatus, Digital Burette and Viscometer.
Microbiologic laboratories Auto Clave Laminar Flow Cabinet Cooled Incubator, Hot Incubator, Rafratometer, Binocular Microscope, Air Velocity Meter, Biological air sampler, and Laser particles. Stability Chamber purpose is to provide evidence on how the Quality of a Drug Substance Varies with time under the influence of a variety of Environmental conditions. Accelerated stability studies (40°C, 65% humidity for 3 to 6 months) long term stability studies (30°C, 50% Humidity for 2 to 3 years) distinctive instruments.
UV – Visible Spectrophotometer:
It is used to provide protocols for performing measurements on UV-Visible Spectrophotometer. It is also used in quantitative measurements of different raw materials as well as products Germany.
High Performance Liquid Chromatography
High Performance Liquid Chromatography is use to provide protocols for performing assay measurements of different compounds by chromatographic techniques. The raw materials use and finished products are testing using HPLC. (Lab Alliance & Shimadzu)