Will transport temperature affect the performance of Nidacon products?

1 Mar 2022 | News, Tips & Tricks

Since Nidacon products are not transported in a cold chain, tests have been made to verify the performance after being either frozen or exposed to 50˚C for a period of 5 days.

All tested products were stable and performed as required, passing the same quality assurance limits set for new batches.

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