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Pharmaceutical Technology
Volume 34, Issue 3, pp. 83-87



Product catalog
Cole-Parmer's Preferred Solutions catalog features equipment and instrumentation, fluid-handling products, electrochemistry items, and laboratory supplies. The catalog includes the latest Masterflex, Oakton, PolyStat, and StableTemp products to help ensure high-quality solutions for needs in the laboratory, field, or plant. Cole-Parmer, Vernon Hills, IL http://www.coleparmer.com/ tel. 800.323.4340



Tablet-compression accessories
Natoli's Tablet-Compression Accessories Catalog is a comprehensive catalog available to support the tablet-compression industry. The catalog is a resource that includes more than 150 pages of products, equipment, and references about setup, inspection, maintenance, and tablet analysis. All products listed in the catalog are available for worldwide shipment. Natoli, St. Charles MO, http://www.natoli.com/ tel. 636.926.8900



Level transmitter
The Enhanced Eclipse Model 705 is a loop-powered level transmitter based on guided-wave radar technology and is designed for easy configuration. The device is available with a 304 stainless-steel housing designed specifically for hygienic applications. The instrument meets requirements for wetted and nonwetted materials, process connections, and surface finishes for the sanitary industries. Magnetrol International, Downers Grove, IL http://www.magnetrol.com/ tel. 630.969.4000



Sanitary ball valve
Lee Industries's T-316 stainless-steel highly sanitary-ball valve meets the qualifications of the pharmaceutical industry. Rigid corrosion-resistant and solid construction provides reliability under extreme conditions. A simple fast-breakdown design helps reduce cleanup and maintenance costs. Lee Industries, Philipsburg, PA http://www.leeind.com/ tel. 814.342.0461


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