Brochure | March 23, 2022

Transport Simulation Laboratory

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Excessive temperature, mechanical shock, and vibration are just a few factors that can damage pharmaceutical biologics through aggregation and degradation. All of these factors are present in the distribution environment. Recognizing these vulnerabilities early in the development process gives drug developers an opportunity to take preventative measures, such as modifying the drug formulation or product packaging, to avoid unexpected and unwelcome downstream surprises.

The Transport Simulation Laboratory (TSL) is located at Singota's facility in Bloomington, Indiana and consists of a large environmental chamber equipped with a control system, calibrated sensors, and a validated data collection system with mechanical and hydraulic equipment that can simulate a customized distribution environment profile.

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