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Increasing Sterility Assurance Levels in a Vessel Charging Application

7 August, 2014 | ChargePoint Technology

Maintaining sterility assurance during vessel charging processes is a common challenge for biopharmaceutical manufacturers.

Whether a formulation vessel, reactor, mixer or other kind of vessel is charged, sterile and containment barriers need to be maintained at high levels to eliminate the risk of product contamination or exposure of potent particulate to the operating environment.

Split Butterfly Valve (SBV) technology has been developed over the past few years to solve those issues in aseptic handling, and as a result, speed of manufacturing has been increased thanks to the in-built features of the valves which allow the achievement of 6log reduction without the need of high grade areas.

ChargePoint AseptiSafe®, aseptic transfer valves, use unique approaches to decontamination such as a Steam In Place (SIP) process and an H2O2 gas cycle that saves time for cleaning and validation.

Learn how ChargePoint AseptiSafe® eliminates manual intervention and helps maintain high levels of Sterility Assurance (SAL) in vessel charging applications by watching the video below.

Vessel Charging Application with ChargePoint AseptiSafe® from ChargePoint Technology

Vessel Charging Application with ChargePoint AseptiSafe®