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Standard and customisable system allows reliable, repeatable and validatable CIP and WIP of isolators and gloveboxes
With a range of canopy options including rigid, semi-rigid or disposable designs
Cleanrooms have long provided environmental control for operations or tasks where the products need protection, but Michelle Frisch, PSL, asks are they the best choice for today’s requirements of cleanliness and limited operator interference?
Bags are staged on a stainless steel tabletop and then transferred through a plastic strip curtain into a dumping enclosure
They will supply a complete system that includes gloveboxes and slot die coaters
The increasing potency of active pharmaceutical ingredients is driving the requirement for more advanced containment systems to ensure operator safety at both pilot scale and for large-scale commercial production
Made from modern materials and does not snag gloves
Traditionally, cleanrooms and aseptic zones within pharmaceutical manufacturing have been decontaminated manually, using suspension test-validated disinfectant agents. However, the agents are not generally validated in situ in line with industry standards. Since a log reduction in bioburden cannot b
Many items have already been specified and purchased by clients both in the UK and overseas
Reliability and efficiency are two major hurdles to overcome in pharmaceutical containment, but can be overcome through proper planning. This must result in robust, ergonomic isolator design, taking into account the need to modify process equipment, powder handling requirements, explosion risk, clea
User-friendly alternative to more restrictive barrier containment methods
Hydrogen peroxide vapour decontamination can be integrated effectively into the overall design of isolators to speed up changeover time.