The risk of biological contamination is increasing, and, unchecked, is a risk factor for production processes and product quality, with potentially damaging consequences on business performance and risks to patient health. Businesses can improve their efficiency in biocontamination control and risk mitigation using H2O2 decontamination processes. Read more.
What You Should Know About Pharmaceutical Cleaning Validation
By Malcolm McLaughlin, Alconox, Inc.
Cleaning validation is a necessary and time-consuming part of manufacturing pharmaceuticals. The validation process can be expedited, and cost of validation can be lowered, if the cleaner supplier can provide support, allowing for pharmaceuticals to get to market faster and at a lower cost. This paper outlines the basics of cleaning validation, as well as discussing the kinds of support services you should seek from your supplier of critical cleaning products, in order to optimize your cleaning validation process. Read more.
4 Ways Modular Systems Cut Costs
By Mark McGlynn, President, Integrated Process Engineers & Constructors Inc. (IPEC)
A primary goal of any customer, when building new or adding equipment to an existing facility, is the ability to source equipment at the lowest and most economical cost possible — while still maintaining a high level of quality. Modular system suppliers, who provide turnkey systems, have the necessary design, engineering, management, and fabrication capabilities to properly do so. Read more.
Topics of this webinar include dry blending, high-speed mixing, and batch mixing applications for pharmaceutical manufacturing. This webinar addresses the current challenges facing the industry, as well as new innovations that will help with any issues manufacturers are facing.
Air showers and tunnels supply concentrated Class 100, clean air flows to lift off contamination while an individual stands in, or walks through, a specially constructed air chamber. Whenever an automatic floor switch inside the unit is activated, pressurized air blows from adjustable nozzles at a velocity between 6,000 and 8,000 feet per minute (30 m/s and 41 m/s), a force that ensures efficient the scrubbing action necessary to remove particulate matter. (Air showers in units without floors are activated by motion sensors.)