Glatt MultiLab / Laboratory equipment
Innovative and versatile
By establishing the new MultiLab system, Glatt sets new standards in developing and producing pharmaceutical pills and capsules for the medical industry. Being the first all-in-one solution Glatt.MultiLab allows the fabrication of pharmaceutical pills, from granulated material to the final product. Four modules enable the operator to monitor and control the whole process. In this connection, the main unit acts as the heart of the system by being the primary user interface to adjust settings and control the process.
Elegance through material
The modern yet discreet design works perfectly in all kinds of laboratory and cleanroom environment. By applying high-quality materials that are easy to clean it is possible to meet the high hygienic standards that are requested in this medical fabrication process. Large glass surfaces that are seamlessly installed can be cleaned in an optimal way.
All of the modules obey the same design language to allow the main unit to be combined with all the other modules without losing any design quality. The design visualizes the togetherness of the different components, always making it appear as a product family.
Good to know...
simplify the understanding of design Glossary
Design and functional development of a user interface. Interface is a part or an act, in which a person makes contact with a machine or a product. The simplest example therefore is a light-switch: it‘s not part of the person, neither part of the machine (light), but an interface between. For being useful and important for persons, the interface should be based on human needs and skills. If you look at it systematically user interface belongs to the „Man Machine System“ (MMS): Man ↔ Man-Machine-Interface ↔ Machine. Different sciences are focused on that theme, e.g. informatics, the Cognitive Science research and psychology. The basic knowledge for user-friendly interface design is developed in design and ergonomics. The specific field of activity is Cognitive Ergonomics, System Ergonomics and Software Ergonomics (usability engineering).