Expo Lounges 2018 – the event for cleanroom and process technology – will open its gates in Karlsruhe February 6 to 8. As a leading manufacturer in process and packaging technology, Bosch can be found on site at booth F1.4 to answer your questions.
Do not miss our exciting talks on the following topics:
Membrane-based WFI generation according to revised monograph “Water for Injection” (0169) of the European Pharmacopoeia
(Ralf Roepenack, 6 February 2018, 09:00 am, room 1)
The new monograph 0169 of the European Pharmacopoeia allows the use of cold membrane techniques for the production of WFI since early 2017. The generation units developed for this purpose use proven technologies such as reverse osmosis and electrodeionization with an additional ultrafiltration stage.
The presentation explains the requirements of the new monograph and its realization in a machine concept for the production of WFI and the subsequent storage and distribution.
From batch to bottling – setting up a new human insulin factory
(Dr. Frank Scholl, 6 February 2018, 14:00 pm, forum 4)
Dr. Frank Scholl’s presentation will focus on important milestones in project execution and provides interesting insights into the methodology and execution of project management.
Furthermore, the installation is described in detail and the lessons learned are presented to the audience.
“The day in the life of a glove” – glove testing in RABS and isolator systems
(Matthias Angelmaier, 8 February 2018, 09:00 am, room 1)
Barrier systems provide a physical separation of user and product for mutual protection.
However, in everyday pharmaceutical production situations occur, that require manual intervention.
Gloves are the weakest part for separation of the aseptic process environment and, depending on the barrier system, also subjected to different impacts every day.
International authorities therefore ask for regular inspection of the gloves. There are various possibilities to ensure glove integrity which are presented in this lecture. In addition, the challenges in everyday pharmaceutical production are considered and corresponding solutions shown.
Development of isolator technology over the last decades and its influence on H2O2 cycle time
(Matthias Angelmaier, 8 February 2018, 10:45 am, room 2)
Isolator systems are becoming increasingly important in the pharmaceutical industry. The closed, aseptic working area inside the isolator protects the pharmaceuticals from contamination by humans as well as the operators in case of highly potent products.
Since the development of the first isolators in the early 1980s, there has been tremendous technological progress. The lecture gives an overview of the developments and the current state of the art in the field of isolator design, air handling as well as bio-decontamination procedures and its influence on bio-decontaminations cycle times.
Visit us at Expo Lounges 2018 in Karlsruhe from February 06-08, booth F1.4.
We are looking forward to meeting you!
Further information can be found here.
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