Chemical Facilities Anti-Terrorism Standards breed stricter regulation of the storage and transport of certain chemicals, thus spurring industrial use of security equipment.
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Advanced Detection Systems helps Sartori Foods find a unique approach to inspecting cheese products on a high-speed converting line.
The combination of a coalescing filter and a membrane filter can provide air with a relative humidity of 10 percent or less, ensuring that cabinets are kept bone dry.
Like overheating the engine in your car, the loss of cooling capability from industrial cooling towers during hot summer months can result in a number of serious consequential systemic problems.
While deciding how best to mitigate the environmental impact of a resource-heavy industry, leaders are finding creative solutions to everyday problems and raising the sustainable bar.
Pharma Tech Industries consistently achieves high-quality standards, in part, by relying on X-ray and metal detection systems, and checkweighers from Mettler-Toledo.
Allied Blending took little comfort in knowing that 1 percent product shrinkage is the industry norm, until a United Air dust collection system drove that number down to 0.25 percent.
The Status Alert Module from Status Solutions provided Dannon with the means to achieve a common platform for alarm processing, management and reporting.
Due to SYSPRO ERP, Genesis actively tracks the flow of orders, so management can optimally distribute support staff, project monthly revenues, monitor back orders and more.
Investigation of the intestinal permeability and first-pass metabolism of drugs in cynomolgus monkeys using single-pass intestinal perfusion.July 10, 2010 12:38 am | by Biol Pharm Bull | Comments
To clarify the causes of low oral bioavailability (BA) of drugs in cynomolgus monkeys, the experimental method to evaluate the drug permeability and the metabolism in the intestine of cynomolgus monkeys was established. An in situ intestinal perfusion method was performed with...