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A safe way to transfer hazardous powders

By Chemical Engineering |

The new, improved "sterile as standard" ChargeBag (photo) for contained transfer of potent powders ensures maximum product recovery, quality and operator protection. High containment, with operator exposure limits of less than 1 µg/m3 during the transfer process is achieved when the ChargeBag is used in conjunction with a Split Butterfly Valve. Maintaining containment integrity, the bag is connected to the split valve "Passive" via a simple patented EziDock tri-clamp connection. Cleaning time, and therefore process downtime, and validation costs are reduced. Hall 4.1, Stand F32 – F33 — ChargePoint Technology, Liverpool, England

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