Cleaning, Sterilization & Bio Decontamination Featured Articles

  1. Single-Use Systems In Fill-Finish

    Single-use systems offer essential advantages – especially when standardized single-use sets are employed. They can be implemented quickly and affordably while reducing complexity.

  2. Air Tightness Testing For BioSafety Level 3 (BSL-3)

    Can performing tests and sharing outcomes help to build a common approach and standard that will begin to standardize this important containment protective measure?

  3. How To Prepare For Chamber Mapping In Life Sciences — 8 Critical Steps

    A failed chamber mapping study can lead to unnecessary costs in valuable biopharmaceutical production time or regulatory and product quality issues.

  4. Mobile Biocontainment Units Prevent Spread Of Transmissible Diseases

    There exists two key methods for controlling serious outbreaks of transmissible diseases: therapeutic countermeasures and transmission control through isolation and containment.

  5. Sterility Testing Advantages Using Isolator Technologies

    The move from sterility testing within LAF safety cabinets to those in aseptic isolators has resulted in a marked decrease in false positives.

  6. The Benefits Of Aqueous Critical Cleaning In Medical Device Manufacturing

    The use of aqueous cleaning in medical device manufacturing can provide numerous benefits in terms of efficacy, minimal surface contact and reduced residue potential, and easier cleaning validation.

  7. The Benefits Of Aqueous Critical Cleaning In Pharma Manufacturing

    The use of aqueous cleaning in pharmaceutical manufacturing can provide numerous benefits in terms of effectiveness, minimal surface residue, and easier cleaning validation. 

  8. How To Boost Profits With Single-Use Powder Transfer In Biopharma

    Systems should be analyzed not only for their basic ability to contain the powders of interest, but also for how efficiently they integrate into the production process. For instance, will the system help to eliminate productivity bottlenecks, decrease material waste and the cost of raw materials, and simplify the changeover of the line to new products?

  9. Closed System Filling Technology: A New Paradigm

    “Closed system filling” is a new set of processing controls for a sterile filling process that eliminates potential microbiological contamination from environmental and operator sources.

  10. Industry Standards Your Biosafety Cabinet Should Meet

    Biosafety cabinets are a vital part of research, hospital, and industry laboratories worldwide, creating a clean and ventilated workspace for research, development, diagnosis, and drug preparation.