Titrations are essential in pharmaceutical analysis, but manual titrations are time consuming and error prone, making them less cost-effective compared to automatic titrations. A pharmaceutical analyst can spend more than 20 hours per week performing manual titrations, even more in a busy contract lab. When taking into account the time and monetary cost of having an analyst tied to a lab bench, labs will see considerable savings and better return on investment by switching to automatic titrations.
During this session, James Kababick, Director at Flora Research Laboratories and Fellow at AOAC international, reviews how to perform common USP titration methods by automatic titration. He also shares the time and cost savings he was able to achieve when his lab switched from manual to automatic titrations.