Low level counting system is up and running
28 Apr 2008

LabLogic Systems reports a good first year for the uptake of SoFie, its new system for counting low activity samples. Nine units have already been installed in radio-chemical laboratories in the UK, Canada, USA, Finland and Holland.

A faster and less costly alternative to liquid scintillation counting for the radiochemical measurement of low level radionuclides, SoFie optimises the residence time of the analytes in the detector flow cell, extending Limits of Detection to include levels of radioactivity previously thought to be unmeasurable. It is controlled by an optional module in the company's Laura data analysis software.

SoFie can be operated in-line with a conventional HPLC system, immediately converting it into a stop flow analysis package with no change in chromatography method parameters.

Commenting on the success of the product, LabLogic's radiochromatography product manager Keith Hall said, "We have chromatograms from a real analysis that show the dramatic improvement in peak definition when SoFie is introduced into a system, but most customers make the decision to purchase when they see it used on their own data."

Request Info


Company website

LabLogic Systems Ltd



Write a Review

Join the Global SelectScience Community Today! It’s FREE!

Helping you make informed decisions about the latest lab products and technologies:

  • Be the first to learn about new technologies
  • 10,000+ trusted product reviews from your peers
  • Compare 500,000 products and manufacturers
  • Get exclusive buying tips from experts
  • Find solutions fast: 10,000+ Application Notes, Webinars and Videos

Connect with 250,000 scientists... All in one place!

Become a member today!