The transient overheat in empty autoclave chambers is a phenomenon that frequently occurs during validation studies. This article investigates the main causes and methods to prevent it or to cope with it.
With demands for their cough syrup is increasing, a company decided to install an additional production line for the safe filling and packaging of cough syrup into glass bottles. With the help of equipment expert Bosch Packaging Technology, they realized a compact turnkey solution with high throughput.
The pharmaceutical industry has undergone a sea of change in recent years as manufacturers have adapted to the end of the era of large-volume production of mass-market blockbuster drugs. With firms now focusing in on subpopulations of patients, there is a need for lean, adaptable facilities that can switch quickly between multiple products in multiple formats. Modular facilities can meet this need. While not a panacea, for the right project characteristics, ‘Modularity in Design’ can deliver significant and quantifiable long-term value.
A collaborative study involving Cardinal Health, Inc. and Air Dispersions Ltd. has been carried out to further the understanding of the extrusion process and its impact upon the quality of Blow/Fill/Seal product.
We know that a weighing system must be rigid to get good results. We should also know that a three point system is inherently more stable than a four point system as three points define a plane. We know that we can convert a four wheel portable vessel to a three point system by using a double frame design “sandwich concept."