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Specifying an Ultrasonic Cleaner Machine

Specifying an Ultrasonic Cleaner Machine

An ultrasonic cleaner machine is often first choice for cleaning or processing operations across a broad spectrum of industry. This is borne out by a Polaris Market Research report noting that the market “is anticipated to grow from USD 1.37 billion in 2024 to USD 2.23 billion by 2032, exhibiting a CAGR of 6.2% during the…

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How to Choose Your Next Ultrasonic Cleaner – A Checklist

By Rachel Kohn | May 31, 2010

Answering these questions in advance will help speed the selection of the correct ultrasonic cleaner for your cleaning jobs

Ultrasonic Gun & Handcuff Cleaner a Boon for Law Enforcement

By Bob Sandor | May 27, 2010

An ultrasonic cleaner is a valuable equipment maintenance tool for police stations and highway patrol barracks.

How to Choose a Blood Bank Refrigerator

By Rachel Kohn | April 28, 2010

Blood bank refrigerators perform an important function in maintaining the safety of blood according to regulations by the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research (CBER).

How to Prepare a Sample for a Moisture Analyzer

By Rachel Kohn | April 13, 2010

Correct sample preparation is important to accurately determine the moisture content of products when using a moisture analyzer.

How to Choose an Enzyme Storage Lab Freezer

By Rachel Kohn | April 8, 2010

Enzymes being studied by researchers must be stored in laboratory freezers at temperatures in the region of -10 to -25C (+14 to -13F). When stored at higher temperatures enzymes gradually denature and lose catalytic activity.

Moisture Analyzer for Injection Molded Plastics

By Rachel Kohn | March 17, 2010

The correct moisture content of plastics is essential when manufacturing products by injection molding. Too much or too little mosture can severly impact product performance and manufacturing efficiency. A moisture balance is the best tool to check for correct moisture content.

Primer on Laboratory Refrigerator & Equipment Validation

By Rachel Kohn | March 11, 2010

Steps to help maintain the potency and safety of pharmaceutical products across a supply chain stretching between R&D laboratories, manufacturing facilities, transportation and storage at healthcare facilities.

How to Choose a Laboratory Incubator

By Bob Sandor | March 5, 2010

Several regulations apply to operating a laboratory incubator so it is important to be certain that the laboratory equipment you buy is designed to meet your particular requirements.

A Primer on Drug Stability Testing in Stability Chambers

By Rachel Kohn | February 23, 2010

Stability tests are conducted in validated stability chambers for pharmaceutical (ICH), biological (BOD), scientific and laboratory applications. These tests, which subject the product samples to variations in temperature and humidity, are conducted during drug product development as well as once a candidate drug reaches use and are governed by current good manufacturing practices (cGMPs).

A Primer on Precision Scale Calibration and Test Weights

By Bob Sandor | February 9, 2010

Precision digital scales and analytical balances must be recalibrated for accuracy to be in compliance with international standards and to maintain good laboratory practices.

How to Use an Ultrasonic Clock Cleaner

By Rachel Kohn | February 9, 2010

An ultrasonic cleaner is far more satisfactory than manually scrubbing, but when using this technology for clocks and watches care must be taken not to damage the parts.

How to Use a Precision Scale for Check Weighing

By Rachel Kohn | February 2, 2010

Accuracy in weighing or in counting is no laughing matter when it comes to complying with rules governing net content and average weights. It is also important from a cost management perspective.