Monthly Archives: August 2014

  1. Should Vape Manufacturers Be Regulated By The FDA and Require Cleanrooms To Prevent Contamination?

    Should Vape Manufacturers Be Regulated By The FDA and Require Cleanrooms To Prevent Contamination?

    The Wells Fargo Securities Tobacco Talk recently conducted a survey of tobacco wholesalers representing over 25,000 retail locations and discovered these wholesalers held the solid belief that e-cigarettes are not just a “passing fad.” In fact, they expect the vaping industry to bring in over $1 billion over the next few years.

    With the vaping industry expanding almost exponentially and economic experts predicting the popularity of “vaping” to outpace supply, the question of when–not if–the FDA will begin aggressively pursuing implementation of regulatory standards raises even more problems for vape manufacturers who currently produce e-liquids in unregulated environments.

     

    E-Cigs are Considered Medicinal Products in Britain

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  2. What are the Benefits of an Auto-Adjustable Table Versus a Chair?

    What are the Benefits of an Auto-Adjustable Table Versus a Chair?

    For professionals with jobs that center around a work station, desk or computer, investing in quality furniture promoting health and productivity is important. Choose furniture that is comfortable for workers and appropriate to the application. Stresses placed on joints and muscles, for example, will reduce efficiency and morale.

    Adjustable chairs and stools, such as these models, are a common and practical choice for many professionals. Combining comfort and durability, they feature an ergonomic seat, a variety of upholstery options and simple seat height adjustment. The ultra-clean materials provide an added benefit to cleanroom employees; they are compatible with strictly-controlled environments.

    However, if your work is done mainly on a computer, or you use desktop equipment, an automatic height-adjustable table offers several benefits. Not ev

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  3. Horizontal vs Vertical Laminar Flow Hoods

    Horizontal vs Vertical Laminar Flow Hoods

    A laminar flow system is a vital concept in the control of particulate contamination. Laminar airflow is defined as air moving at the same speed and in the same direction, with no or minimal cross-over of air streams (or “lamina”). By contrast, turbulent flow creates swirls and eddies that deposit particles on surfaces randomly and unpredictably. Most contamination-sensitive environments such as dust-free hoods require laminar flow because it predictably sweeps particles in a uniform direction, from the cleanest area under the hood (the filter face) to the exit area, which is generally the sash opening or vents along the back or bottom of the hood. This design ensures that the cleanest (and most germ-free) area will always be the upstream area closest to the filter face. Work

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