Topic: Unit Operations
Powder Flow: Identifying Powder’s Critical Quality Attributes & Relationship to Process Behavior
Powders are highly complex variable materials and are used in the manufacture of over 80% of products currently on the market. Flow properties relate to numerous processes so powder behaviour will influence all sorts of key quality attributes of the finished product.
Calibration for Compliance
This Fundamentals Series presentation covers calibration and its importance to pharmaceutical manufacturers, how to handle changing procedures and standards, creating a chain of traceability and calibration guidelines and more.
Quantifying Humidity's Impact on Powder Processing
Dynamic test methods assess moisture to improve process understanding and development
Fundamentals Series: Dusts: Understanding and Managing the Risk
This Fundamentals Series presentation includes how a dust can become an exposure, risk outlined, regulatory guidance update/clarification, powder behavior/material migration, setting occupational risk limits, protective apparel best practices, setting occupational risk limits and types of exposure dust.
White Papers: In Depth Research
Calculating Total Uncertainty of Temperature Calibration with a Dry Block
This article will discuss the various uncertainty components related to temperature calibration using a temperature dry-block. Also, it will discuss how to calculate the total uncertainty of a calibration performed with a dry block.
Biopharmaceutical Process Scale Up: Get It Right
Author: Hamilton Company
Scaling up any biopharmaceutical process requires a clear understanding of both "real world" and laboratory conditions. Success ultimately depends on close process monitoring, and sensitive and accurate sensors.
Examining the Role of TOC Analyzers in the Pharmaceutical Laboratory
Author: Shimadzu Scientific Instruments
Total Organic Carbon (TOC) analyzers serve a vital role in the pharmaceutical lab, in both the drug development and manufacturing processes. Presented here is an overview, as well as application examples showcasing TOC for Cleaning Validation and to address such guidelines as USP <643>.
The Safest Way to Calibrate: An Introduction to Intrinsically Safe Calibration
Intrinsically safe calibrators are not only the safest possible calibration equipment—used even for Zone 0 environments—but also provide the functionality and performance of regular industrial calibration devices. This paper provides a primer on the meaning and benefits of intrinsically safe calibration, as well as details on Beamex multifunction calibrators.