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Shimadzu Corporation manufactures and sells analytical and measuring instruments, medical systems and equipment, aircraft equipment, and industrial machinery. The company offers analytical and measuring instruments for gas and liquid chromatography, gas and liquid chromatograph-mass spectrometry, data management and software, spectroscopy, elemental and surface analysis, total organic carbon analysis, continuous monitoring analysis, thermal analysis, and particle size analysis, as well as life science lab instruments, materials testing and inspection instruments, non-destructive testing instruments, and balances. It also provides vacuum and industrial machinery comprising turbo molecular pumps, solar cell inspection systems, vacuum heat-treatment furnaces, helium leak detectors, multi deposition systems, liquid delivery equipment gear pumps, anti-reflective coating systems, liquid crystal injection systems, and mechatronic systems glass fiber winders. In addition, the company medical systems and equipment for angiography, fluoroscopy, surgical mobile C-arm, general radiography, mobile X-ray; aircraft equipment, such as landing gear and flight control systems, and electro-mechanical actuators; hydraulic equipment comprising hydraulic gear pumps, power packages, and multi control valves. Further, it provides optical and laser devices, such as diffraction gratings, aspherical mirrors, laser mirrors and windows, Polka-Dot beamsplitters, motorized compact monochromators, spectro sensor units, precision spectrometers and refractometers, contact liquid, and laser modules and laser devices, as well as engine combustion monitoring systems. The company sells its products in Japan, North and South America, Europe, China, other Asia, and other countries. Shimadzu Corporation was founded in 1875 and is headquartered in Kyoto, Japan.

11,094 Employees
Last Reported Date: 06/30/16
Founded in 1875

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Shimadzu Corporation launches i-Series HPLC Analyzers for Food Safety Requirements

Shimadzu Corporation has announced the launch of two i-Series HPLC analyzers for food safety requirements: a mycotoxin screening system and a synthetic antimicrobial screening system. These new analyzers support the need for fast, high-sensitivity examinations for controlled components such as mold toxins (mycotoxins) and synthetic antimicrobials (sulfa-based and quinolone-based agents) included in the raw materials for food products. Measurement methods for mold toxins, synthetic antimicrobials and other controlled components are prescribed in the official regulations of each country in the world. Exported food must be carefully tested for the presence of controlled components, according to the regulations of the destination country. Multiple cycles of analysis must be performed for each sample. In consideration of this fact, Shimadzu has released the i-Series food safety analyzers, which are based on the i-Series of integrated high performance liquid chromatographs (HPLC). The i-Series food safety analyzers can rapidly process large numbers of food samples, by performing screening analyses of up to 10 mycotoxines or 24 synthetic antimicrobials, including components that are currently controlled or may be regulated in the future. Mold toxins refers to those metabolites produced by mold adhering to foods; they are toxic and harmful to people and animals. Recently, there has been an increase in voluntary examinations for mold toxins included in raw materials to promote food product safety. The mycotoxin screening system can detect 10 mycotoxins at EU standard concentrations, the strictest in the world, at high sensitivity in a mere 14 minutes. Due to proprietary pretreatment methods, derivatization of samples is not required, which streamlines the measurement process. A special kit that includes analytical conditions for controlled components and special analytical columns allows measuring samples immediately. Further, even inexperienced analysts can collect consistent data by referring to written instructions that summarize key points for each applicable sample. Also, qualitative information on the synthetic antimicrobials detected can be complemented by UV spectral library searches, heightening the reliability of the data obtained. Results can be checked quickly with LabSolutions analysis software. Measurement data, such as whether controlled components are not exceeding their control values, or whether they are being separated properly from contaminant components, can be listed, enabling sample pass/fail judgments to be performed at a glance.

Shimadzu Launches Nine New Analytical Balance Models

Shimadzu Corporation has announced the launch of nine new analytical balance models in three series, namely, the AP-W, AP-X, and AP-Y. These models offer enhanced functionality that is especially useful for high-performance liquid chromatograph(HPLC) and other analytical instrument users. They also help to reduce the work involved in weighing operations by ensuring quick and reliable weighing. All three new models feature a completely renewed user interface with an organic electroluminescence display (OLED), a UniBloc AP one-piece aluminum mass sensor, and an optimized control system to achieve high-speed measurements. The top-of-the-line AP-W series offers extensive functionality for supporting weighing processes especially required by customers who use the balance for analysis with HPLC systems, such as functionality that assists preparations of HPLC buffer solutions.

Labsystems Diagnostics Announces Agreement with Shimadzu Corporation

Labsystems Diagnostics has entered into a joint association with Shimadzu Corporation for clinical diagnostics in the area of newborn screening. The companies will cooperate to leverage Labsystems reagent technology leadership and Shimadzu instrumentation to enable their global customer base to detect more disorders in newborns, more rapidly and with greater accuracy. Labsystems furthermore announced the availability of its new generation NeoMass AAAC assay fully validated on Shimadzu mass spectrometry platforms. NeoMass AACC enables investigators for the first time to detect the entire spectrum of Urea Cycle Metabolic Disorders (UCMD) in newborns.


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