INSIGHTS ON PHARMACEUTICAL PACKAGING
Mitigating Hidden Risks: Extractables And Leachables
Everything from glass or plastic bottles to the ink used in labels can leach unwanted contaminants. The first challenge chemists address is to narrow the focus on the most likely suspects.
Helium Leak Detection Vs. Dye Leak Testing
A global pharmaceutical entity was experiencing early package failures from stability studies for a new drug product. Learn about the solution and the results obtained from this case.
Impact Of Water Activity On The Potency, Purity And Bioavailability Of Oral Solid Dosage Products
Explore laser-based headspace analysis, the impact of USP<922> Water Activity on primary packing selection, and the impact of water activity on the potency, purity, and bioavailability of OSD products.
Choosing The Right Primary Container And Troubleshooting Issues
Selecting the right primary container for an injectable drug product is critical. Discover how to identify relevant testing to de-risk your product development – and quickly uncover causes of failures.
Aseptic Processing: How To Safely Handle APIs5/4/2023
How can pharmaceutical manufacturers work with parenteral products to ensure the safe handling of APIs?
How To Ensure Correct Component Selection When Outsourcing To A CMO3/22/2023
A CMO-recommended lyophilization stopper was contributing to several operational inefficiencies, including sticking and interlocking of stoppers during filling operations. Requalification work was required to make a change.
Cold Chain Distribution: Commercial Considerations3/8/2022
The increased volume, added complexity, and logistical challenges that define cold chain shipping require companies to carefully consider the thermal packaging solutions that best serve their needs.
How A Flexible Approach To Autoinjector Assembly Equipment Can Deliver A Competitive Advantage7/7/2023
Examine how a flexible, scalable, and efficient solution for the assembly of autoinjectors can help you stay ahead of the competition and meet the demands of an ever-changing industry.
Optimizing Storage & Distribution In An Era Of Clinical Trial Transformation3/1/2023
Explore the rapidly evolving complexities of clinical storage and distribution and how customized and patient-centric solutions have never been more paramount to support the healthcare of tomorrow.
PHARMACEUTICAL PACKAGING SOLUTIONS
Thermo Scientific Nalgene Biotainer bottles and carboys are specifically designed to ensure the integrity of your valuable content and meet demanding biotechnology requirements, including prolonged storage of pH-sensitive materials, freezing of contents, and storage and transport of harsher materials.
Efficient, customizable, intuitive use
Advanced bottom inspection of a variety of packages. The system supports customized lighting and can be extended with top cameras for further applications such as seal contamination inspection.
Effective Bottom Inspection
Supporting up to 400 ppm, capture the nuances associated with various product shapes or sizes where a larger field of view is required.
Application Based Design
Cameras and advanced lighting options help overcome challenging applications where wet, reflective, or uneven surfaces interfere with imaging.
Powerful CIVCore software offers a range of inspection options for easy setup and configuration.
A variety of test methods exist to challenge package quality and performance. The objective of a feasibility study is to evaluate if a recommended CCI solution works and establish the optimal test parameters and Limit of Detection (LoD).
VCM machines are designed for the application of final closures on glass and plastic containers. These machines can integrate various capping solutions for different types of closures as screw cap, pressure cap, sealing cap, etc.
METTLER TOLEDO Track and Trace Aggregation Benefits
Simplifying the shipping of products requires aggregation to a higher packaging level. If the parent-child relationships are stored via the serial numbers during aggregation, it is also possible to track individual packages across the supply chain. Each aggregated group is assigned a parent code, creating an e-pedigree for each item. Cases or pallets can be further aggregated into shipping containers.
As pieces are added or removed, the association between the individual item and the aggregated code can be altered. This is managed through data entry on the software interface. Movement of each product is recorded from its creation on the production line, through to the warehouse of a wholesaler, and eventually the point of sale where the product's authenticity can be verified. Our PCE Line Manager software features a highly configurable aggregation process that supports manual and automated aggregation of pharmaceuticals. We also offer standalone or integrated aggregation solutions designed to fit into your existing production process.