TOC for cleaning validation and faster turnaround of production equipment
This webinar demonstrated Total Organic Carbon (TOC) feasibility, method validation and transfer from the laboratory to the manufacturing floor, as well as reviewing a feasibility study of multiple, difficult to oxidise or low solubility organic compounds.
What attendees learnt during this webinar:
- Optimisation of TOC recovery for difficult to oxidise or solubilise compounds
- Method development strategies for TOC
- Grouping strategies for method validation
- Conversion of cleaning validation limits
- Assessment of return on investment
- Benefits of at-line and on-line sampling
Andy Young, Senior Product Manager, GE Analytical Instruments
Andy Young has over 15 years of experience managing water quality instruments in pharmaceutical and life science industries, with a focus on regulatory requirements, data integrity, and emerging applications, such as cleaning validation. Andy holds master’s degrees in Chemical Engineering and Business Administration.
Supported by GE Analytical Instruments
GE Analytical Instruments, part of GE Power & Water, GE Water & Process Technologies, designs and manufactures state-of-the-art instruments for simpler, faster and more accurate analytical measurement. Our instruments combine advanced microchemistry, molecular and atomic physical measurement, along with superior engineering to achieve the most sensitive laboratory and process control instrumentation in the world. GE Analytical Instruments is the world’s leading manufacturer of instruments used to measure Total Organic Carbon (TOC) in water.
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