Webinar | July 7, 2020

Flexible Isolator Technology – Containment That Works In Pharmaceutical Processing

Source: ILC Dover

Containment in pharmaceutical processing is increasingly important for protecting operators from exposure to high potent compounds as well as protecting the process from cross contamination. The use of isolator technology has been proven but the traditional hard wall type systems can be difficult to implement. The ability to deploy flexible isolators throughout the pharmaceutical manufacturing process has allowed an engineering control to be used even for the most difficult equipment. The webinar will focus on applications where flexible isolators have been used including the containment assessments to confirm performance and ergonomic benefits. The specific case of using a negative pressure isolator is presented and the risk mitigation realized in operation. Understanding flexible isolators will provide nanogram level of containment, a summary of typical capital expenditure and operational costs is presented for several projects confirming that flexible isolator systems will offer an improved ROI. Join the webinar to see the full range of solutions for pharmaceutical manufacturing.

Webinar presented by Scott Patterson, Vice President, Pharma/BioPharma, Technical Support and Dave Howes, Product & New Business Development Manager and hosted by Paulo Bento, Regional Sales Manager, Europe

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