Distek, Inc. Awarded U.S. Patent for their Silicone Dissolution Vessel Covers

North Brunswick, NJ – Distek, Inc., an industry leader in dissolution testing products, accessories, and validation services, is pleased to announce the official patent for their Silicone Vessel Covers (US 8,434,378 B2).

Distek’s patented flexible vessel cover is chemically resistant and physically more durable than the rigid covers currently on the market. The dual sided universal vessel cover fits all vessels that are dimensionally compliant to the current specifications as well as vessels with smaller ID openings.

The universal flexible vessel cover is also designed and labeled for use with Distek sampling probes.

The covers are available in two configurations; a small center hole for paddle only applications and a larger hole with a removable center cap for basket applications.



“The release of this innovative vessel cover offers Distek and non-Distek customers alike a superior option to current choices of vessels covers,” says Jeff Seely, Vice President of Sales & Business Development. “The chemically resistant & durable design will not only provide extended life of the cover but will also reduce the overall consumable cost.”

For additional information on this or any of Distek’s industry leading products and services contact Distek’s Corporate Office at +1 732 422 7585, by email at info@distekinc.com or visit http://www.distekinc.com.

Distek, Inc., headquartered in North Brunswick, NJ, is a leading manufacturer of pharmaceutical laboratory test equipment, specializing in dissolution products and services. Distek also provides solutions for UV fiber optics, media preparation, physical testing, disintegration, and validation services.

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