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A New Class Of Medical Products: Smart Connections With RFID Ensure Patient Safety By Colder Products Company
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology is especially useful to medical device manufacturers, who must ensure the safety of their products and production processes to protect patients. The implementation of RFID delivers benefits to help these organizations avoid harmful and expensive mistakes, reduce liability, and improve process management.
Rubber, both natural and synthetic, is a core material in many manufacturing industries. Tight-fitting rubber components can slow production and affect quality and safety. International Products Corporation manufactures assembly lubricants that help reduce costs from damaged parts and improve assembly quality, as well as worker safety. Register here.
Just because the US patent law changed from "first-to-invent" to "first-inventor-to-file" doesn’t mean you don't need to establish the authenticity of your critical research data. Now, more than ever, the need for proving your ownership and the authenticity of your digitally-based research records is paramount.
Aqueous cleaners are suitable for a range of cleaning methods commonly employed in medical device manufacturing including ultrasonic, manual, soak, and automated. The range in formulation from acidic to basic, high emulsifying to low foaming, and availability of liquid concentrates to powder blends ensures that a cleaner can be found to clean whatever residues are encountered using whatever the cleaning method is being used.