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Equipment Lease

Our flexible lease option allows clients to plan for short term activities in which rapid, non-destructive headspace measurements are critical to solving process or product quality concerns. Each of LIGHTHOUSE’s systems and instruments can be implemented as a short-term lease.

For both Benchtop and Automation Equipment Lease

  • A LIGHTHOUSE technician will come on site to install, qualify, and start up the lease equipment.
  • Our engineers also provide user training and application support as part of the start-up process.
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Equipment Lease

PULSAR

The LIGHTHOUSE automated PULSAR inspection system is available for lease on a per project basis. The flexible, small footprint machine is designed to be delivered and qualified within a timeline of weeks. The machine is used for re-work and inspection of commercial batches having suspected container closure integrity (CCI) issues, or for batches having out-of-specification headspace oxygen content due to a purging process upset during filling.

The PULSAR lease system is also used for process studies in which multiple batches are analyzed to gain insight into process and product quality as part of scale-up and validation of the commercial process.

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Equipment Lease

Instruments

The LIGHTHOUSE FMS Headspace Analyzers are available for lease on a per project basis. The portable and robust benchtop systems can be delivered with qualification protocols and a LIGHTHOUSE Technician delivers full support for installation, qualification, user training, and start up. For critical projects, lease systems can sometimes be delivered within a timeline of days.

LIGHTHOUSE Headspace systems can be implemented and qualified on very short time scales

  • 1 day for manual benchtop systems
  • 1 week for automated machine platforms