Batch Identification

Batch Identification

A unique number assigned to a batch of checks or other demands for payment. Batch identification is used to process these checks more efficiently.
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In addition to identifying the product, as the existing barcode does, it also contains the expiry date and possibly batch identification data.
Track reagent batches at the point of use--Connectors with radio frequency identification (RFID) capabilities help facilitate safe and efficient fluid connections while avoiding harmful and expensive mistakes, reducing liability and improving process management Intelligent RFID-enabled coupling applications include real-time reagent inventory monitoring, batch identification, brand and product protection, and expiration date tracking.
The HoloSeal can also be varied between originations, thus providing batch identification and traceability.
These batch analyses shall include but are not limited to the following: 1) Product Name, 2) Batch Identification, 3)
All of the company's materials are bar-coded for complete resin, lot and batch identification, with a 20-year record retention on all documents and certifications.
The new Elcometer 456 gauges are available in four models with each level providing the user with increasing functionality, from the entry level Elcometer 456 Model E to the top of the range Elcometer 456T with memory, alpha-numeric batch identification and Bluetooth[R] wireless communication.
The scanner can accomplish part and batch identification as well as link to previously stored weld parameters to simplify machine operations, according to the firm.
An individual batch identification number may then be assigned to each batch at the completion of each measurement cycle.
To further aid in batch identification, the automatic heel removal system maximizes product yield from cycle to cycle.
On completion of the mix the system generates reports that comply with requirements on batch identification and usage of each ingredient.
An integrated, automatic heel removal system maximizes product yield and provides more accurate batch identification for the pharmaceutical, bulk and fine chemical, petrochemical and foodstuff industries.
The company's rotary sampling and batch identification unit mounts into a split-belt conveyor and normally replaces part or all of the batch-off inlet conveyor.