WHITE PAPERS & CASE STUDIES
Viscometer vs. Rheometer: Which Is The Better Choice?
This is the type of query that comes in from customers to instrument manufacturers on a frequent basis. It may go somewhat like the following set of statements and questions.
Emerging Gloveless Robotic Technologies In Aseptic Manufacturing For Personalized Cytotoxic Drugs
The blockbuster-model that was driving the pharmaceutical manufacturing industry in the last several decades has almost ended. Massive production, large batches, high speed lines have been designed to supply the patients with “multipurpose” small molecules drugs to cover the huge worldwide demand of health for the most common diseases. The next generation drugs will focus on the single patient and bespoke to cover the individual health demand. For instance, biotech products and large molecules are the most promising therapeutic means for treatment of different kinds of cancer. By Sergio Mauri, Manager, BU Integrated Projects, Fedegari Group
Research Lab Uses Advanced Technology To Reduce Energy Use And Carbon Footprint
On the campus of a not-for-profit research laboratory outside Washington, engineers, physicists and mathematicians have been solving some of the nation’s most critical challenges for more than 70 years.
Efficiencies In Powder Dispersion For Manufacturers
This white paper explores five tips for dispersing powders into liquid more efficiently.
When Powders Fail To Flow
There are many traditional measurement methods for characterizing the “flowability” of powders: angle of repose, flow cup, tap test. Practitioners know that the information may not be useful some of the time, but experience helps to separate the meaningful test results from those that may be suspect.
Robolux Valves And ELEMENT Control Heads: A Combination To Facilitate The Next-Generation Of Plants
Maintaining sterile process conditions is a vital but daunting task for manufacturers. Separation processes like filtration and chromatography place considerable demands on sterile systems and must be done properly to ensure the purity of media.