ArmorFlex® 110 Film Frequently Asked Questions
At ILC Dover, we are always "creating what’s next" by listening carefully to our customers. In response to customer input and emerging regulations, we've developed a robust new film to support our DoverPac® Containment Solutions line. This revolutionary product, ArmorFlex® 110, delivers permanent static dissipative properties while meeting FDA and 2002/72/EC requirements for food contact.
WHITE PAPERS & CASE STUDIES
Interpreting The Results After A Chemical Decontamination Cycle Performed With Vaporized Hydrogen Peroxide
The unexpected growth of a biological indicator (BI) at the end of a decontamination cycle is certainly an undesirable and problematic event. What can and should be done at this point?
How To Optimize Your Weighing Process
Many factors found in the laboratory can influence the behavior of a balance. Learn how to anticipate and regulate them to achieve the ideal settings for your balance and the most reliable weighing results. By Michelle Sheridan, Sales Specialist, Premium Weighing Sartorius Corporation
Variability In Sterility Test Processes And The Benefits Of Modular Workstations
A review of the current operational practices that incorporate sterility testing and provides an insight into the role of hydrogen peroxide vapor bio-decontamination and continuous particle monitoring.
Be In Control Of Product Quality – Do Not Just Rely, But Understand
Maik W. Jornitz, President, G-CON Manufacturing LLC
Past experiences have shown that too often product quality is based on sole reliance of vendor certifications, statements and promises. To diminish such reliance new technologies started to be implemented, like process analytical technologies (PAT), process controls, automation etc. often once again overexerted as the solution to all problems. Activities that supposedly result in higher product quality due to better process controls. Maik W. Jornitz, Chief Operating Officer, G-CON Manufacturing LLC
Reducing Laboratory Fume Hood Energy Consumption
There is an ever-increasing demand for laboratories to have a reduced impact on the environment, as well as a lower cost to operate. With this continuing push for reduced energy consumption in laboratories, lab planners, architects, engineers, and lab managers are leaving no stone unturned. By Luke Savage, LEED Green Associate