Increased Yield of Pharmaceutical Vial Filling
Laminar-flow air on pharmaceutical vial filling stations bathes the line, but can generate very high static charges on surfaces within the critical environment. These static charges will attract contaminants and can corrupt the sensitive electronics of the checkweighing stations.
Pharmaceutical liquid filling stations can be supplied and emptied of vials either by mobile isolators or on a continuous line. They are typically dedicated to the dispensing of liquid oncology drugs.
There is invariably an overhead laminar airflow supply from ceiling-mounted HEPA filters. This laminar-flow air bathes the line, especially in the filling station zone, but can generate very high static charges on surfaces within the critical environment.
Static charges on vials will attract any localised airborne contaminants. Internal vial contamination can translate into low product yield.
Increased Yield of Pharmaceutical Vial Filling - Select a problem:
By placing long range, pulsed DC 3850 Ionstorm or 3024L Static Eliminators in front or to the side of the ceiling HEPA filters, all incoming laminar-flow air will be ionised, thus ensuring a static-free critical environment.
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