Personal Care Products Manufacturer Needs Analytical Method with Sufficient Level of Detail

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A major manufacturer of personal care products uses talc as a component in some of its products. The manufacturer needed to know whether another country’s proposed method for the analysis of talc was accurate for the identification and quantification of trace amounts of asbestos in the compound. Specifically, they needed to know if the proposed […]

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Manufacturer of Fire Resistive Materials Needs Materials Performance Answers

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Manufacturers rely on raw materials in the production process to maintain quality control and product consistency. Should supplier, production, worker health and safety or regulatory issues require a substitute or replacement material, the manufacturer is faced with choosing a material that meets the established quality and consistency criteria. Our client needed to determine whether the […]

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Nanotechnology- RJ Lee Group Designs and Conducts a Multiphase Study

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Nanotechnology – the Good and the Unknown Nanotechnology is the engineering of functional systems at the molecular scale. This technology has already improved our lives with cleaner and more cost-effective energy sources and more efficient drugs. However, the unique properties exhibited by unbound engineered nanoparticles (UNP) can also potentially cause adverse health effects to workers […]

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Failure Analysis Investigation Points to QC Solution to Maintain Profits and Customers

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Client Challenge Shatter-prone glass syringes pose any number of risks — to patients and health care workers — and costly, potentially dangerous waste. One well-known medical device manufacturer wanted reliable data on why syringes from an overseas manufacturer would shatter upon loading. RJ Lee Group Approach Our team examined failed and unused syringes, and reconstructed […]

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Analyses Reveal Viaduct Concrete Failure Not Consistent

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An east coast government agency was concerned about the structural integrity of a viaduct on a main north-south highway that handled approximately 75,000 vehicles a day. The structure, which consisted of a 42-foot wide concrete deck of 40 spans and piers, was built in 1953 and was exhibiting signs of general degradation. The agency had […]

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Web Seminar: Particle Contamination Issues in Manufacturing

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RJLG’s Pharmaceutical / Biotechnology Group hosted a half day pharmaceutical webinar presented by experienced scientists in the biotechnology, pharmaceutical, forensic, and materials characterization industries. These analytical and industrial experts paired up to give you timely information from both a manufacturing and laboratory perspective. • “The Role of Forensic Analysis in the Biotechnological Manufacturing Industry” SPEAKER: […]

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