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Applied as a coating on multi-page, wet peel, linerless and single-ply leaflets, as well as PILs
US firms are combining Mocon's GreenLight technology with Cherney's food testing expertise
Stuart White, Director, Sanondaf Touchless Disinfection, argues that low concentration hydrogen peroxide fogging can improve the effectiveness of cleaning in cleanrooms and laboratories
The laboratory will form part of Newcastle's science and business hub
Sothic Bioscience from Cork aims to market its synthesised bio-identical replacement LimuleX
The pharmaceutical industry requires water of particular qualities for different applications. Kalpesh Shah, Veolia Water Technologies, takes a 360° look at water use and supply options and overall cost efficiencies
Using football's colour-coded cards, the project aims to cultivate a culture of responsibility for infection prevention among staff
Contamination control and hygiene in the food production industry is getting increasingly strict. Luke Rutterford, Technical Manager, Rentokil Specialist Hygiene, outlines the UK food production-related regulatory requirements and standards
The wall-mounted, stainless steel pass-through cabinets comply with USP 800 and simplify cleaning
For decades pH measurement has been the mainstay of water quality testing in cleanrooms and labs. However Mark Bosley, Business Support Divisional Manager, SUEZ Water Purification Systems, outlines some common pitfalls
US company aims to more than double its manufacturing capacity for nucleic acid active pharmaceutical ingredients
With six cleanroom-related standards either being prepared or under revision, BSI's conference in April looked at what changes cleanroom users might expect to see in the ISO 14644 family, along with ISO 14698 and new energy standards