With the COVID-19 pandemic’s effect on pharmaceutical supply chains, boosting local active pharmaceutical ingredients manufacturing and ensuring domestic drug production needs to be actively supported. But how to quickly implement a new state-of-the-art modular high potency pharmaceutical manufacturing plant and taking the opportunity to integrate the latest patient delivery systems?
The handling of potent or sterile powders is usually the bottleneck in the design of a facility leading to complex and expensive processes. As a recognized expert in high containment manufacturing equipment and process isolator technology, Dec offers comprehensive solutions for highly toxic, sterile and toxic-sterile materials which can overcome common hurdles.
In this webinar we will show you our approach on designing modular manufacturing facilities allowing for quick product changes and generating high productivity.
Supply chain control from the raw material to the patient
Comprehensive process from the material input to the final product delivery
Avoiding limiting bottleneck factors when handling powders
Linking processes; from batch towards semi-continuous manufacturing
Contained powder handling with OEB 7 products
Reducing clean room requirements and overall footprint
Quick product changes with inline cleaning
Latest trends in patient delivery systems associated to highly automated aseptic filling lines
How to transfer various food industry powders in a closed way when personal protective equipment is no longer an adequate protection? By the time the industry engages in more closed processes, with improved safety and regulatory requirements, solutions are needed to protect people and products.
Whether it is dispensing the powder into a vessel, carrying out the entire process in a closed isolator, or designing and implementing a closed factory process, Dietrich Engineering Consultants (Dec) and Thurne Teknik can help with these. Come listen to our webinar on how we can help with powder handling issues, making your processes more closed, dust-free, safe and sterile if required.