Archive for January 20, 2020

Vaccine Freezer or Refrigerator Maintenance Tips and Tricks

Written by Wall Street News on January 20th, 2020. Posted in 10 cu ft fridge, Medical grade freezer, Pharmaceutical refrigerator

Vaccines are biological substances with high sensitivity. They often lose their power and potency when exposed to temperatures that are not within their required limits. As such, you have to store them in an ever-powered medical refrigerator freezer. Such storage units need special maintenance to prevent vaccine spoilage. This post presents some of the crucial vaccine storage maintenance tips.

Here are valuable tips and tricks on how to maintain your vaccine refrigerator or freezer.

Train Your Storage and Handling Staff

For your vaccines to stay safe and protected, you’ll need a trained staff that can provide proper due maintenance to your pharmaceutical grade refrigerator. As such, you need to provide adequate cold chain training to your team on handling and storage practices.

Check the Temperature of Your Pharmaceutical Refrigerator

You have to maintain the tempe

Book Spine Tape and Its Ability to Help Repair and Resell Used Books

Written by Wall Street News on January 20th, 2020. Posted in Double layer action labels, Lab tape (and labels), Specialty labels

Americans today often read electronic books rather than print books, reporting that about 74% of people have read at least one book in the past year. A majority of people actually read 12 books per year, most of a length up to 280 pages. With all of the books that are purchased and read every year, there is a benefit to learn how to repair a book spine. Stickers and labels provide brand recognition and also help with shipping and packaging needs as well. Some stickers or labels are also used to help repair your book spine. Additionally, book spine repair tape can help keep printed books on the shelves.

Customized Stickers and Book Spine Tape

Print books are still the most popular to read, mostly made in America and recognized by the stickers that are placed on them. With the ability to repair spines with tape, the cover can be customized with stickers as well. Some of these stickers and labels that help identify a book include:

  • Medical labels
  • Specialty l

Extend the Service Life of Your Tanks with Tank Liners and Containment Products

Written by Wall Street News on January 20th, 2020. Posted in Chromium plating, Corrosion resistant tank lining, Tank lining companies

In many industries, there is always a need in production or treatment facilities to have a solution for reliable, safe storage of water. This can be especially true for companies that treat or purify water or companies that service residential or commercial properties with water. In such cases, water tanks can be one of the most important parts of the workflow. Water tanks made from different materials can be used to store water in a safe, reliable manner such that it can retain its characteristics and does not come into contact with contaminants and impurities during storage. While most water tanks designed for this purpose can do a great job of storing water and keeping it free from contamination, there can be a few considerations to keep in mind.

What do you do when you want to extend the service life of your tanks? Storing potable water can be a key requirement for your business and water tanks can well be part and parcel of your daily workflow. However, you also need to make

A Look At Our Changing Transportation Industry Here In The United States

Written by Wall Street News on January 20th, 2020. Posted in Freight carriers, Machinery movers, Pharmaceuticals transportation

The transportation industry is certainly one of considerable importance here in the United States. After all, the kinds of goods that are moved around by this industry play a key and critical role in the day to day lives of many – even if only in an indirect way. For instance, electronics, machinery, and motor vehicles make up the three most valuable products that are shipped throughout the United States. All three of these things impact the average person quite greatly. Even electronics, as most of us well know, have become a hugely important part of life, from our phones to our computers to smart home technologies and even more.

Trade show shipments have also become hugely important. After all, there are now more than 250 convention centers found in the United States alone, with 20 in both the state of California as well as in the state of Florida (Nevada follows closely behind with 19). Trade shows themselves are hugely valuable from a marketing perspective, something that up t

Colored Tape In The Book Industry Along with Customized Stickers, Spine Repair, and Other Tape and Stickers

Written by Wall Street News on January 20th, 2020. Posted in Book spine tape, Dry erase label, Repair tapes

So, you have likely read plenty of eBooks recently, being one of the roughly 74% of people who have read at least one book in the past year. Additionally, Americans read an average of 12 books annually, making the need for bookstores to keep up with reading trends quite important. Therefore, colored tape is important to help identify the books that readers are going to be shopping for, whether they are related to a specific profession or genre.

Customized Stickers and Book Spine Tape

Print books are still the most popular to read, mostly made in America and recognized by the stickers that are placed on them. With the ability to repair spines with tape, the cover can be customized with stickers as well. Some of these stickers and labels that help identify a book include:

  • Medical labels
  • Industrial labels
  • Repair tapes
  • Specialty labels
  • Double layer labels
  • Double layer action labels
  • Custom dry erase labels

Freezer Units for Vaccine Storage

Written by Wall Street News on January 20th, 2020. Posted in 10 cu ft refrigerator, 4 cu ft refrigerator freezer, Lab refrigerator

A variety of discoveries and innovations have advanced the field of medicine, from surgical equipment sterilization to germ theory to microscopes and, of course, vaccines. Around the world, vaccines save many lives each year, and the very concept of vaccines dates back further than many people realize. Some diseases have been rendered practically extinct, and others have become much rarer than they used to be. But for all their power, vaccines are fragile, and need to be stored properly in biomedical refrigerators, vaccine freezers, and other medical grade freezers. These range from petite benchtop freezers at a small research lab to large biomedical refrigerators at hospitals that can store many vaccines at once. What is there to know about current vaccination efforts and the proper storage of those vaccines? Wherever vaccines are, biomedical refrigerators are bound t

How Truckload Carriers Can Get Your Companies Products From Point A to Point B

Written by Wall Street News on January 20th, 2020. Posted in Freight carriers, Ltl carriers, Machinery transport

Even though technology continues to change the way companies do business, there’s little doubt when it comes to transporting and delivering products that truckload carries still play a very important role. After all, trucking is still needed to get products from point A to point B and they often carry the most freight by value. In fact, the average value of freight is expected to increase from about $882 per ton in 2007 to $1,377 per ton in 2040.


If shipping a lot of product is something your company does frequently, you might want to use truckload carriers to make sure products consistently get where they need to go. Truckload carriers are often typically used to haul large shipments of 10,000 pounds in situations where freight has a direct destination; that is to say it leaves one spot and travels directly to its final destination. This is in contrast to unlike l