Whitepaper: Applying single-use efficiencies to room-to-room fluid transfer
Posted: 17 April 2018 | AdvantaPure | No comments yet
This white paper explains how a wall pass-through system that incorporates single-use processes can reduce contamination risks and the use of valuable natural resources and waste disposal while increasing productivity and efficiency…
Biopharm and pharmaceutical manufacturers must move critical fluids between different classes of clean rooms efficiently while maintaining maximum productivity. And they need to accomplish this cost effectively with minimal risk of contamination.
Incorporating single-use disposable processes can reduce production stoppages and provide flexibility from one transfer to the next. Single-Use components help maintain isolated environments, increase design flexibility, and decrease cleaning validation time and resources.
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