Improve manufacturing processes and ensure patient safety
From raw material identification through the pharmaceutical manufacturing process, to finished and packaged pharmaceutical product inspection, our solutions help pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical manufacturers save time, improve processes, protect brand integrity, and ensure patient safety.
Pharmaceutical manufacturing categories
Protect consumers and your brand, comply with manufacturing codes of practice, and meet legal requirements. Checkweighing, metal detection, and x-ray inspection systems designed specifically for pharmaceutical applications help manufacturers ensure completeness of supply and freedom from foreign object contamination before products get into customers’ hands. These technologies also help improve production quality, throughput and efficiency.
cGMP and associated process monitoring standards require continuous process verification and analysis. Process mass spectrometers can help track fermentation and cell culture processes in real time and help produce quantitative solvent drying data to optimize the drying process. Process gas analysis technologies deliver lab-quality online gas composition analysis and help maximize product yield and profitability. Near-infrared and Raman handheld instruments can be used for qualitative and quantitative analysis at the point of need to measure quality through a process.
Raw material testing and identity verification are critical steps in the quality control process to ensure customer safety. Portable pharmaceutical analyzers can be used on the warehouse floor and at any inspection point throughout the QA/QC process to increase inspection intervals, improve inventory management, and reduce global supply chain risk.
API solubility and processing stability, taste-masking, enterics, and specialized dosage forms are critical issues in drug formulation and manufacturing. Our extruders and related analytical instrumentation provide the shortest path from feasibility studies to production.
By law, pharmaceutical manufacturers must identify and verify all incoming materials. Current Good Manufacturing Processes (cGMP) require that not only incoming raw materials but all in-process materials be tested for identity, strength, quality, and purity throughout the manufacturing process.
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