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  1. Guidance For Lab Washer Cleaning In Life Sciences

    Better, safer science through proper detergent selection and cleaning.

  2. How Do I Choose The Right Portable Dust Collector Or Cleanroom Vacuum?

    When selecting a compound vacuum, HEPA vacuum, or ULPA vacuum for your facility, you will quickly find there are many options. From basic vacuums with a collection container and motor to those that are much more sophisticated and complex, it’s easy to lose sight of what’s important.

  3. Maximizing Contamination Control With Vacuum Technology

    Cleanrooms, as well as any modular environment where attempts are made to keep airborne contaminants, temperature, relative humidity, differential pressure, static electricity and other factors under strict control, come in many shapes and sizes. Whether discussing hard- or softwalled or any of the other types of cleanroom, one thing is certain – it is virtually impossible to construct and maintain a completely contaminant-free environment, as long as personnel are working in it. There is no perfectly clean cleanroom; there are only levels of acceptable cleanliness.

  4. Vacuum 101: How To Select An Industrial Vacuum Cleaner To Maintain Safety And Product Integrity

    According to a new report by Roland Berger Strategy Consultants, increasing price and cost pressure, regulatory changes and expiring patents are leading to shrinking margins in the pharmaceutical industry. So, more and more, pharmaceutical manufacturers are “right-sizing” their operations to wring the most efficiency from limited resources.

  5. Industrial Vacuum Cleaners: A Breath Of Fresh Air

    From research and development to packaging, every sector of the pharmaceutical industry faces a common enemy — contamination. It can destroy the reputation of a product or a whole company, and even infringe on the safety of your workforce, all of which can cost millions.

  6. Understanding And Resolving Risks Of Combustible Dust In The Pharmaceutical Industry

    While the entire pharmaceutical industry must be aware of combustible dust from API and excipient ingredients, the production of oral solid dosage (OSD) drugs is the most at risk.

  7. The Future Of Track & Trace As Seen By Pharma Manufacturers

    What potential do companies see in serialization and falsification protection?

  8. Buffer Management Solutions For Large-Scale Bioprocessing

    How outsourcing and technologies such as in-line conditioning (IC) and in-line dilution (ILD) can help prevent resource constraints, save time, and reduce manufacturing footprint and overall cost in buffer preparation.

  9. Containment Solutions For Oral Solid Dose Manufacturers

    By reviewing and evaluating the health and safety data for each product involved in the manufacturing process this supplier was able to determine that the correct containment solution was implemented for a new production site in the Indian market in Q1 2018.

  10. Scalable Strategies For Parenteral Dosage Form Selection

    Understand the strategies which can be employed at the different stages of development when choosing parenteral dosage forms.