Engineering is a process to develop a design to solve a problem. In the world of containment engineering, careful premeditation is important to the completion of a successful engineering project.
Frequently, customers have used fume hood exhaust to ventilate hood base cabinets. There is both the need for this practice and the designs for them are frequently not well thought-out. Alternate rationales and approaches to this ventilation method are reviewed with clear-cut recommendations in this paper.
This paper reviews why very bad things happen when either quantity or purity of Highly Potent Active Pharmaceuticals is not properly maintained during the compounding process. Additionally, when highly potent active pharma ingredients are not effectively contained, workers may be adversely affected.
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.
Aseptic blow-fill-seal systems for packaging pharmaceutical liquids incorporate materials and process that provide critical advantages for sustainable initiatives.
A collaborative study with a new customer with the objective of taking an existing, smaller preclinical E. coli process previously performed in stainless steel vessels and scaling it up quickly using the Thermo Scientific™ HyPerforma™ 300 L Single-Use Fermentor (S.U.F.)
In the processing of ophthalmic solutions, high-shear mixers are utilized for dissolving salts as well as dispersing viscosity enhancers, antioxidants and other additives.