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Stainless Steel Trays

Avoid Delays by Keeping Plenty of Pharmaceutical Trays in Stock

Pharmaceutical companies, commercial labs, and others need to use a wide variety of stainless steel trays as part of their daily operations. These are so important that a lack of pharmaceutical trays can force a project to be put on hold until more are obtained. If the project involves perishables, this can lead to expensive waste.

The best way to make sure that your lab always has enough pharmaceutical trays is to get set up with a proper supplier. Hurst Corporation is a provider of a wide variety of trays specifically meant to meet the needs of biotech and pharmaceutical companies. Along with custom stainless steel trays, the company offers injection molded trays, vacuum-formed trays, vacuum-formed bins, custom carts, and even machinery for removing labels from glass.

Since Hurst Corporation is set up to work with high-volume labs, you won't have to worry about them being out of stock when it's time for you to replenish your supplies. You can also order large quantities, so you don't have to re-order on a frequent basis. These benefits help to ensure that your operation won't suffer any downtime due to lack of basic equipment.

Hurst knows that different applications need different types of stainless steel. There are over 100 kinds of this metal alloy in existence. While most applications use Type #304 – which makes up half of America's production of stainless steel – there are times that another variety will work better. For example, Hurst suggests getting trays made of Type #316L for work involving contact with distilled water or chlorides. This type is slightly harder than #304, and contains 2-3% molybdenum.

There is no need to stick to preset options when you buy stainless steel trays from Hurst. Their custom options can meet even unique specifications.

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