escubed offers physio-chemical characterisation of API’s and to the Pharmaceutical and Biotech industries to support preformulation studies and batch release. escubed has a host of analytical equipment and methods available along side experts scientists to provide a trustworthy and efficient service to suit our customer’s needs.

We aim to provide a cost-effective, flexible service including the following;

  • • Raw Materials Characterisation
  • • Stability Testing
  • • Polymorph Screening
  • • Crystallisation Screening

As experts in powders, particles and colloids, at escubed we pride ourselves on providing our customers with reliable and consistent data. Our techniques available include;

  • • Particle size
  • • Flowability
  • • BET Specific Surface Area

  • • Density
  • • Particle Shape – SEM / TEM
  • • X-Ray Powder Diffraction
  • • Wettability – Contact Angle

  • • Thermal – DSC / TGA / HSM
  • • DVS
  • • Rheological Assessment
• HPLC / ICP / MS / UV-Vis
  • • pH

Environmental and Water

escubed offers a range of services to the environmental sector with a particular emphasis on the rheological assessment of sludges and slurries from water processing plants and the filters from Stack Emissions Testing for PM1, PM2.5 and PM10.

escubed’s expert scientists have vast experience with the measurement of sludges from the water treatment processes. We have experience measuring sewage and effluent from Anaerobic digestion processes. We are able to measure the particle size distribution using laser diffraction to help understand the success of any filtration processes and rheological assessment of the sludges in order to provide valuable information on yield stresses and viscosity for pumping.

We also provide a bespoke service to the stack emissions sector whereby we are able to measure the particle size distribution of filters taken from stacks for the analysis of PM1, PM2.5 and PM10. This valuable data may be used to contribute to the MCERTS data in order to provide a full particle size distribution of the sample for a full understanding of the particle emissions.

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