Multimedia Library

on 'Aseptic Processing'

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  • Webcast: Implementation of a Rapid Endotoxin Test System to Increase QC Lab Efficiency

    For those considering incorporating the PTS/MCS into their manufacturing and testing processes, this webcast will cover the details of implementation and its benefits. Attendees will also hear from a Charles River customer about their experiences switching to these rapid testing technologies, including how it impacted decision-making, validation and final outcome.

  • Flowing Over: Continuous Manufacturing Finding a Home in Pharma

    The significant uptake of continuous processing in pharma coincides with technologies that enable it. Most of the technology gaps have been filled, says Microfluidics' CTO Mimi Panagiotou, PhD, who discusses why continuous processing is reaching a tipping point in pharma now, and various ways that manufacturers are using her company's MRT reactors for continuous crystallization and multi-phase reactions.

  • Leading a Horse to Water: Can Pharma Take After Food and Beverage?

    The food and beverage industry has been quick to adopt advanced, automated aseptic technologies that greatly increase throughput while taking the human element, so to speak, out of the equation. Why can't pharma? Aseptic expert Jim Akers weighs in, in this Interphex 2010 interview.

  • Proactive Contamination Control

    Smart manufacturers are heading off microbial issues by mapping their facilities and taking other proactive measures that go well beyond contamination control of the past. Tina Sturgill of Celsis Analytical Services explains.

  • Expanded Bed Chromatography: “Rhobust”, Flexible

    Expanded bed chromatography, not new to pharma, can process unclarified feedstocks simply and flexibly, with disposable tubing that eliminates the need for CIP. Rob Noel of Upfront Chromatography A/S shares the ins and outs of his company’s Rhobust system.

  • Gamajet Aims for More Clean, Less Cost

    Gamajet Cleaning Systems’ fluid-driven tank cleaning equipment relies on 360-degree impingement technology, making it effective for most any size or shape of vessel. More importantly, they reduce water and detergent usage compared to most other clean-in-place technologies, says Gamajet’s Tadd Wolff.

  • FMEA for Batch Records: Finding Success through Consensus

    Maxiom Group recently conducted a study with a large contract manufacturer on applying failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA) to batch records. What was learned, says Fred Greulich, Maxiom’s director of operational excellence, was that the process of having cross-functional teams analyze potential batch record failures was just as valuable as the solutions that were implemented.

  • Skan’s Spolyar: E-beams Hot in European Pharma, Just Coming to the U.S.

    Skan AG is one OEM that is pioneering low-emission electron beam technology within the pharmaceutical industry, first in the EU with GSK and now, increasingly, in the U.S. with companies like Wyeth. In this exclusive podcast, COO Jim Spolyar shares insight on the use of e-beams for nested syringe filling, as opposed to “spray and pray” and other methods of tub sterilization.

  • Filling and Packaging’s Greatest Hits

    There’s music in the machinery. For your viewing and listening pleasure, enjoy some of the more tuneful product demos available on YouTube.

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