Two models are available primarily for use in the manufacture and filling of pouches for parenteral solution, dialysis and other medical applications. The IVF is used for the production of non-PVC IV bags. These can be made from two single films, a double film or sleeves. It can produce multi-compartment pouches with strippable sealing. The IVR is used for both manufacture and filling of non-PVC IV bags. Depending on the type of bag, the IVF and IVR can achieve high throughputs, producing and/or filling from 1000 to 3600 pouches per hour.
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The Nanobio device for indoor air cleaning, the Nanocap microbiological safety cabinet for laboratories and the Nano-cleanroom air cleaning units utilize the MFI technology. The method is based on the use of ion jets and electric pushing and pulling forces, and it is capable of separating ultrafine particles down to nanometric (0.001 micron) size from the air. No fiber filters are needed. According to the manufacturer, the method features simple maintenance and surveillance, endures moisture unlike filters and causes no growth medium for microbes. Cleaning is automatic during operation.
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The QIII+ surface particle detector is a second-generation system for advanced surface particle measurement and detection. Primary applications include process equipment cleanliness verification, spare parts quality, equipment start-up certification and identification of contaminants that are found in and around IC process equipment. The portable, recipe-drive measurement system is equipped with onboard features such as a Web-enabled operating system and contamination capture.
Pentagon Technologies Inc.
Thermal Conductivity Analyzer
The CAT 7D thermal conductivity analyzer uses the Wheatstone Bridge technology to monitor the changes in thermal conductivity between a known value and the thermal conductivity value of the sample gas. These changes are proportional to the measured gas component and the signal is linearized if necessary and calibrated to represent the concentration of the measured component.
A range of piezoelectric motors based on ultrasonic standing waves are intended for advanced motion control and automation systems. According to the manufacturer, the products offer high resolution, unlimited travel and no intrinsic magnetic field. The compact packaging and ability to drive linear or rotary devices make this technology well suited to applications in semiconductor, fiber optics, electronics, bio-medical/pharmaceutical, automotive and general assembly manufacturing equipment.