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Registered Can Embossing Machine
A 24-station registered can embossing machine developed by packaging machinery equipment manufacturing OEM Stolle Machinery is designed to emboss patterns on the length of two-piece decorated can bodies.
Enhanced Dynamic Range for Protein Concentration Monitoring
Biological tests and processes have seen a recent burst in attention from a range of new technologies hitting the mainstream, such as custom-engineered medical treatments and at-home genetic tests.
Distek BIOne 1250 BioProcess Control Solution
Distek, Inc has revolutionised benchtop scale bioreactors with the release of our BIOne bioprocess control station for both mammalian and microbial models.
Applications in Medical Device Manufacturing
The use of aqueous cleaning in medical device manufacturing can provide numerous benefits in terms of efficacy, minimal surface contact and reduced potential and easier cleaning validation.
Sandvik Materials Technology: Bringing metal expertise to the medical devices field
Perfecting its expertise in steel production since establishing in 1862, Sandvik has forayed into the medical devices field in recent years. Harnessing its skills to manufacture high-quality fine wire and wire-based components used in medical devices, Sandvik then launched its EXERA® brand in 2016.
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