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laboratory sensors

Autoclavable Sensors In Life Critical Applications

What does it mean when saying “Autoclavable Sensors”? Autoclavable devices require compatibility with high heat, moisture and often bleach or other high pH fluids. Medical devices that come in contact with human tissues or fluids are considered to be high-risk devices and they require sterilization so they must undergo autoclave processes after each procedure. Hygenic medical devices that require autoclave operations might include surgical staplers, surgical robots, handheld surgical devices, dental tools, medical examination procedures.
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CLEAN IN PLACE

Flow Meters Help CIP Systems Maintain Compliance

Clean in Place (CIP) systems are an important element in creating hygienic environments for pharmaceutical, biotech, and food & beverage processing plants. With these systems in place, it’s possible to maintain sanitary compliance and to ensure product quality without slowing …
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biopharamcetical sensors and their impact

3 Reasons To Adopt Single – Use Bioreactors

There is perhaps no single device more important to bioprocessing and pharmaceutical  industries than the bioreactor. While its importance is rarely questioned, engineers and plant managers do often debate the usefulness of single-use bioreactors over their stainless steel counterparts. Traditional …
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