What Is The Solution To Drug Shortages?
As of July 2013, drug shortages seem to be getting worse and the drug shortage is not the result of numerous manufacturing issues but of something far more sinister.
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Troubleshooting Load Cells
When we have a problem with our weighing system and have to do some troubleshooting, where do we start? A good place to start is the load cell. By Dominic Barbuto, Sartorius Intec
Is Portable Tank Weighing Possible?
Not only is portable tank weighing possible, but so is highly accurate portable tank weighing. In order for a portable tank system to have high system accuracy, it must have a rigid foundation that does not flex or bow, regardless of external influences. By, Steve Watson, Sartorius Intec
Determination Of Cell Aggregation In Bacteria Cultures With An Automatic And Reliable Method
The percentage of aggregates in bacteria cultures may be determined by employing the Coulter Principle, also known as Electrical Sensing Zone (ESZ) technique. The ISO International Standard 13319 describes this technique. By Andres Lobeiras, Product Manager, Beckman Coulter, Inc
How To Calculate The Total Cost Of In-Line Metal Detection Equipment
Considering TCO helps to better understand the costs over and above the purchase price and also – when suppliers have differing offers – to compare them and ultimately to substantiate the investment decision. By John Yacoub, Mettler-Toledo Safeline
Tablet Dedusting: Which Method Fits Your Process?
There are a number of things to consider when integrating a deduster into your manufacturing line.
How To Conduct A Magnet Pull Test
Many manufacturers today invest thousands—if not millions—of dollars annually into magnetic separation equipment, proactively reducing the risk that any foreign object or contaminant will be mixed in with a product sold to their network of customers, including other OEMs, distributors or direct to consumer. By Bill Dudenhoefer