Merck Recall: Temodar and Temozolomide Bottles

Merck has issued a recall on their Temodar and Temozolomide Bottles due to the possibility of cracked caps. The child-resistant closure requirement ensures protection of children by preventing their access to these medications. Cracked caps cause this closure to become ineffective, putting children at risk of poisoning. The recall is publicly available for more information.…

Mesa Validation Services

Do you need FAT, SAT, or IQ/OQ/PQ protocol? No problem. With Mesa Validation services, you get the most efficient solution around. There will be no more waiting for your provider to develop validation-related documentation, because we already have a detailed protocol specifically written for use with our machines. We have the necessary experience needed with…

What is Validation?

There are three commonly used types of validation protocols for systems and equipment: Installation Qualification (IQ) Operational Qualification (OQ) Performance Qualification (PQ) IQ protocols should be designed to: Record critical information applicable to the equipment, including equipment attributes such as the manufacturer, serial number, model number, equipment tag or asset number, materials of construction, and…

Introducing the ST-FT-1

Mesa Labs’ new ST-FT-1 is a universal handheld torque/force display that, when coupled with the Chuck calibrator adapter, can be used to verify/calibrate chuck capper heads. Cap adapters are easily replaceable to accommodate various chucks. Possible causes of equipment related torque variation: servo current fluctuation temperature variation related torque fluctuation of a magnetic slip chuck…

A New Look!

Torque Overview Video Which cap torque tester is right for you? See the full product line that Mesa Labs has to offer for all of your cap torque testing needs. The Mesa Cap Torque Analyzer product offerings consists of Torqo and SureTorque which are durable and reliable computerized analyzers which are setting a new standard…

Child Resistant Cap Testing

Child Resistant Cap Testing The US Consumer Product Safety Commission has the jurisdiction to recall packages that do not comply with the Poison Prevention Packaging Act (1970). The USCPSC has made many recalls over the past several years due to either faulty or improperly functioning child-resistant (CR) caps. One eye product manufacturer has contacted Mesa…