Pharmaceutical aseptic, cleanrooms, isolators

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EPSON Robots: Wash down robots for food, medical applications

Designed specifically for perishable food transportation lines, Epson Robots’ C3-IP67 wash down 6-axis robots help to eliminate contamination concerns caused by mishandling and inconsistency of human intervention, and contamination caused by human hair, dust, and pollen in food transportation lines.
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Microscan Systems: Steel enclosure for vision inspection

Microscan’s IPAK-SE2 Stainless Steel Enclosure for its Visionscape I-PAK machine vision inspection system is designed to meet the specific needs of pharmaceutical manufacturers, and features a new, sleek, and compact box with a larger touch screen display and a more capable PC for easy operability and efficiency.


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Live from Interphex: Commercial packaging facility coming to Pennsylvania

Almac announces additional details on their new commercial packaging facility opening Fall 2012 in Audubon, Pennsylvania.
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ACHEMA 2012 provides global technology summit

The 30th world forum of the process industry set for June 18 to 22 at Messe Frankfurt, Germany will showcase pharmaceutical, chemical, and automation systems.
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