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When properly installed, WireCrafters Style 840 Partitions meet the US Drug Enforcement Administration's (DEA) requirements for physical security of Schedule III through V controlled substances as outlined in Title 21 CFR Sections 1301.72-1301.76 physical security controls.

This drug storage application of WireCrafters wire partitions is ideally suited for pharmacies, pharmaceutical companies, medical facilities, distribution centers, record storage, drug warehouses, and much more.

E-mail: info@wirecrafters.com

Website: on.wirecrafters.com/pharma

Shows attending:

  • INTERPHEX — booth 1042

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