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Safely Containing Cytotoxic Compounds Throughout a Weigh and Dispense Process

Integrating a DPTE® transfer system to the Flow Sciences, Inc. Glovebox Workstation Allan Goodman, Ph.D., Lab Manager;Stephen Janz, VP International Sales & Business Development Background A client’s containment application required a method to provide containment of highly cytotoxic compounds throughout a process of weighing, dispensing and sample transport. A Flow Sciences Glovebox Workstation enclosure would …

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Designing Engineering Controls for High Potency Containment

Engineering Controls are Necessary to Extract and Remove Toxins to Prevent Inhalation, Dermal, and Other Exposures as well as Cross Contamination of Samples. CONTAINMENT CHALLENGE: RISK ASSESSMENT   Personnel and/or product protection is imperative for the safety of operators and the liability of companies that manufacture and manipulate toxic materials. Arriving at a solution requires careful consideration …

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Flow Sciences’ Glove Boxes Contain to Sub-Nano Levels

LELAND, NC, November 1, 2018 — Flow Sciences, a leading provider of containment systems for laboratory, pilot plant, and manufacturing facilities has recently proven through third-party acceptance testing that their gloveboxes can facilitate an interior concentration of less than 1 ng/m3. The enclosures are designed to contain antibody drug conjugate (ADC) powder during the manufacturing …

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