Selecting the Right Pump for Your Pharmaceutical Laboratory

Posted on March 11, 2019 | By The GoatThroat Team

Are spills a daily worry at your laboratory? The transference of chemicals is one of the most common activities in a pharmaceutical laboratory. However, the reality is that most supervisors and operations managers are allowing some pretty big oversights to occur in their labs when it comes to how materials are transferred. It makes sense […]

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Upgrading Your Pump for Use in the Golf, Lawn, or Landscape Industry

Posted on March 1, 2019 | By The GoatThroat Team

Beautiful turf doesn’t happen by accident. You already know that it takes a great deal of planning, manpower, and chemical usage to keep a green space flourishing if you work in landscaping or agriculture. The stakes are very high when it comes to ensuring safety and keeping costs low regarding the handling of agricultural chemicals. […]

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With A Chemical Spill, Prevention Beats Cleanup

Posted on August 14, 2018 | By The GoatThroat Team

[Originally published by Industrial Safety News) The majority of chemical spill problems occur while getting the chemicals out of the drums. Many small- to moderate-sized companies rely on workers to manually lift and tip the containers and pour the chemical into a smaller drum.  Spills are inevitable, and spill kits and related equipment are necessary. […]

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The High Cost of Exposing Workers to Chemicals at the Point of Use

Posted on August 4, 2018 | By The GoatThroat Team

Every day industrial workers transfer potentially hazardous chemicals, such as solvents, acetones, lubricants, cleansers, and acids, from large drums into smaller containers, or into machinery. This transfer of chemicals at the point of use, however, can have serious consequences when manual “tip‐and‐pour” techniques or poorly designed pumps are used.

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