ArmorFlex® 110 Film Frequently Asked Questions
At ILC Dover, we are always "creating what’s next" by listening carefully to our customers. In response to customer input and emerging regulations, we've developed a robust new film to support our DoverPac® Containment Solutions line. This revolutionary product, ArmorFlex® 110, delivers permanent static dissipative properties while meeting FDA and 2002/72/EC requirements for food contact.
WHITE PAPERS & CASE STUDIES
Overcoming Challenges In Virus Removal
Biotechnological and biological therapeutic products are often manufactured using materials of animal or human origin, which carry a risk of being contaminated with either known or unknown viruses.
Options For Shortening Integrity Test Time Of Sterile Filters
The integrity testing of sterile filters constitutes a critical and mandatory regulatory step in biopharmaceutical production processes.
Important Considerations For Implementing A Single-Use Biomanufacturing Strategy
Recent trends in biomanufacturing technology and the biopharmaceutical market are supporting the increased adoption of single-use (SU) manufacturing systems. On the demand-side, the biopharma industry is focusing on niche and rare diseases with smaller patient populations, resulting in the need for smaller, more agile biomanufacturing capacity. By Jodi M. Zobrist and Nicole W. O'Brien, Ph. D., Gallus Biopharmaceuticals, LLC
Automated pH Adjustment In An Intelligent Single-Use Mixing Platform
Most pH adjustment process steps in single-use biomanufacturing require manual manipulation of the product and vessel, including off-line sampling, pH measurement, and the addition of acid and base.
Inside BioPharma: A Closer Look At Filter Housings
Although traditional stainless steel equipment has lost a great deal of market penetration to single-use alternatives over the past decade, there still is a need for quality filter cartridge systems for sterilizing and polishing filtration processes. By Leon VanWormer, MBA, Sartorius Stedim Biotech
Peristaltic Aseptic Filling Machines With A Single Use Production Philosophy
New drug development is today focused largely on biopharmaceuticals rather than chemicals, which means that the resultant drugs tend to be injectable liquids instead of solids. Furthermore, the new drugs are typically designed for specific populations, hence batch sizes are smaller. Alongside these two trends there are ongoing pressures to increase efficiency, reduce costs, and minimize risks — including cross-contamination between batches. Additionally there is a need for a reduction in the time involved in validation procedures; paperwork and man-hours, for example. Taken together, these factors point towards peristaltic pumps with single-use tubing or tubing sets as representing the future for bio-pharmaceutical fill/finish lines. By Peter Lambert