Equashield, a provider of Closed System Transfer Devices for the handling of hazardous drugs, has broken ground to mark the beginning of the construction of a new manufacturing plant.
The company will invest an estimated $30 million to build the new plant to meet the growing market demand for manual and automated hazardous drug compounding devices.
The new manufacturing facility will be built on a 3 acre plot with an option to expand by another 1.5 acres. Continue reading Equashield to open new $30 million manufacturing facility
Equashield says it’s the world’s first robot with closed system transfer device to further protect pharmacy staff during hazardous drug compounding
Equashield, a provider of “closed system transfer devices” for safe and simple handling of hazardous drugs, is expanding its range of solutions and products offered by entering the field of automation.
Its newest product, a compounding robot named Equashield Pro (pictured), will be introduced at the upcoming ASHP Midyear Meeting.
Marino Kriheli, founder of Equashield, says: “The throughput capacities of current compounding robots and their ability to prevent contamination by hazardous drugs is near its peak efficiency, defined – and limited – by the robotic ‘arms’ mimicking dose preparation with a needle and syringe.” Continue reading Equashield claims ‘world first’ with new drug robot
Houston company says it is bringing advanced technology from Nasa to elevate oil and gas operations through robotics and automation
A Texas business grounded in aerospace experience and space technology is changing the face of oil and gas.
Houston Mechatronics, a company founded by former Nasa roboticists, is incorporating intelligent automation and robotics into the energy industry in ways that streamline operations, improve both costs and quality, and remove workers from hazardous environments.
The recent focus on oil and gas was a natural one, says Matthew Ondler, Houston Mechatronics’ co-founder and president. Although the company works with clients across a range of industries, energy is feeling a pinch. Continue reading Exclusive: Nasa scientists set to revolutionise oil and gas business with robotics and automation technology