Bottling Machine Defies Bacteria (Mar, 1947)

Bottling Machine Defies Bacteria

Faced with a growing demand for Parenamine, an amino-acid solution used for injections, engineers of Frederick Stearns & Co. designed this sterile filling machine to eliminate laborious hand work. The entire apparatus is enclosed by a Plexiglas hood and is subjected to a constant flood of bactericidal ultraviolet rays. The machine can fill 2,000 bottles an hour.

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