White Papers for Laboratory Equipment and Supplies

  • Techniques That Improve Your Equipment PerformanceBy

    TENSIONING – GEARING - CAMMING - In this article we will review three widely used motion control techniques: web tension control, proportional material spacing, and CAM-based synchronized profiling.
  • Worst Case Leakage Current TestingBy

    Leakage current testing is the measurement of electrical “leakage current” that results from powering an electrical appliance via mains or dc power. Leakage current is the unwanted or unintended flow of electrical current that presents an electrical hazard such as shock or burn.
  • Specifying Miniature Solenoid Valves for Portable Life Science DevicesBy

    Miniature solenoid valves are critical components in portable life science equipment. Beyond the necessary long service life, medical, analytical, and point-of-care devices often require pneumatic systems with high flow rates, compact footprints, and low power consumption. Specifying solenoid...
  • The story behind Ocean Optics - How we did it!By

    Ocean Optics went from a 4' x 6' humble beginning to a premier developer and supplier of the "World's First Miniature Spectrometer" Innovative engineering and equally innovative marketing are part of the "How we did it" story.
  • How the i-FILL outperforms a Peristaltic pump - Don't settle for inferior performanceBy

    Your peristaltic pump might be getting the job done but are you sacrificing critical product transfer parameters for mediocre performance? Learn how the i-FILL pump outperforms a peristaltic with no-shear, no spalling and unmatched repeatable dispense accuracy – without sacrificing single-use...
  • Analysis of Two API Products Using the Opt-Diss 410 UV FIber Optics with Multi-Component AnalysisBy

    This white paper explains the theory behind the MCA algorithm methodology. Then, used in tandem with in-situ fiber optics, the accuracy of the technique is demonstrated by recovering the concentration of two APIs in known mixed solutions. Finally, an example is given of accurately monitoring...
  • Determining Extractables and Leachables in Polymeric MaterialsBy

    Jordi Labs determines extractables and leachables in polymeric materials.
  • Chemical Safety: How to Store Laboratory Chemicals and Minimize RiskBy

    Proper chemical storage is critical to minimizing risk in a laboratory or industrial setting. The safe storage of hazardous substances is an essential part of any environmental, health, and safety program for your lab. To minimize liability and reduce the risk of an accident occurring it is...
  • Impact of the Design of Spray Guns on a Pharmaceutical Film Coating ProcessBy

    This study is to evaluate the impact of the design of spray guns on a pharmaceutical film coating process.
  • Regulatory Compliance: Weighing in Pharma ManufacturingBy

    Weighing applications in pharma manufacturing can strongly influence final product quality. However, broad regulations, such as GMP, usually leave much to interpretation. This white paper explains which regulations are relevant and how to ensure compliance along the entire weighing product...
  • Lighting Technologies, Principle, and MeasurementBy

    The proper measurement of light is a precise and complex science. The first step in correctly measuring light is to understand the basics: Color-Rendering Properties, Color Temperature, Light Distribution, Total Luminous Flux and Mura. This white paper provides a brief explanation of each...
  • Things to Consider When Choosing a Data LoggerBy

    There are many factors to consider when selecting the right data logging solution for your specific needs and application. MadgeTech offers top of the line data loggers, accessories, systems and advanced data logging software. Since MadgeTech engineers and manufactures all of the data loggers...
  • Taking the Mystery Out of Moisture AnalysisBy

    Learn how to get the most accurate results from your moisture analyzer.
  • Simplifying the Search for the Perfect Fluid SensorBy

    A search on Google for "sensors" delivers 38,600,000 results. Even the more specific search for "liquid level sensors: dumps 4,520,000 results in your lap. Whether you call it information overload or the Tyranny of Choice, it adds up to a daunting task as an engineer to source the ideal sensor...
  • Antimicrobial Testing on Copper versus Copper AlloysBy

    Copper and copper alloys are known as metals with antimicrobial properties. Esco conducted the antimicrobial test on pure copper and some copper alloys in a microbiology laboratory. Six microorganisms were tested against one type of pure copper and seven types of copper alloy. In this study, we...
  • Rupture Test - A Quick and Easy Test to Avoid Soft Gel Capsule FailureBy

    When soft gel capsules rupture during production or handling, no one like it and it is messy. Even worse is if the active ingredients fail to escape the capsule, as designed, at an appropriate time (by rupture, dissolution, or melting), due to Although the FDA has yet to endorse the rupture...
  • Vanadium – a metal with unlimited fields of applicationBy

    Vanadium – a transition metal with special potential. An interesting topic which for example is broadened through the possible uses of vanadium in the energy transition. In this article, the material properties of vanadium are discussed and the sample preparation described.
  • The Analysis of 1,4-Dioxane for EPA Method 522 and UCMR 3By

    This Application Note will demonstrate the extraction of 1,4-Dioxane from an aqueous matrix using Option 1 of EPA Method 522 for 500 mL initial volume sample. It will make use of the SmartPrep Cartridge Extraction System to produce a valid Initial Demonstration of Precision (IDP) and...