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  • Difference between Open RABS and Close RABS

    Restricted Access Barrier System (RABS) is a rigid barrier consisting of transparent walls (polycarbonate or glass) and outfitted with a suitable number of glove flanges and gloves. They utilize a mix of physical and aerodynamic barriers to prevent c...

  • VHP decontamination systems are becoming increasingly important as regulators turn their focus away from the frequently used Steam and Dry Heat Sterilization methods in order to reduce the risk of cross-contamination and bio-burden.  The VHP Passbox...

  • A Guide to Containment Strategies.

    A Containment  Strategy is a method for controlling workplace hazards that has been approved by the HSE and the occupational hygiene profession. It covers both the managerial concerns and the engineering solutions required for the secure handlin...

  • Air flow in Compounding Aseptic Containment Isolators Negative or Positive

    In the realm of pharmaceuticals, precision and safety are paramount. One critical process that underscores this principle is compounding aseptic containment. To achieve impeccable sterility and minimize the risk of contamination, the compounding asep...

  • API Manufacturing Process

    APIs are the compounds utilized in the production of pharmacological medications. The active ingredient (AI) are the chemicals or substances that are biologically active inside the medicine and are the precise components responsible for the intended ...

  • Absolute Humidity vs Relative Humidity

    Relative humidity and absolute humidity are two different concepts, although they both refer to the amount of water vapor in the air. Let us understand what exactly is Humidity and Relative Humidity. Absolute humidity: The whole mass of water vapor i...

  • Difference between Aseptic and Sterile Condition.

    It ought to be obvious saying that in order to reduce the danger of infection, microbial cultures must be handled carefully. Therefore, it is crucial to comprehend the meaning of every terminology used in the explanation of safety measures. ‘Steril...

  • Fume Hoods vs Biosafety Cabinets

    Fume hoods and biosafety cabinets are two examples of lab equipment that may purify the air in the work area and rid it of toxic compounds, allowing lab staff to handle hazardous materials without being concerned about contamination. They are both we...

  • Difference Between ISO 14644 and VDI 2083

    Continuous development and integration of research findings and practical experiences are crucial for establishing standardized descriptions of cleanroom technology processes and specifications. The ISO standard family 14644 and VDI 2083 series of gu...

  • Isolator vs Biological safety cabinets

    Biological Safety Cabinets (BSCs) and Isolators are two examples of containment cabinets frequently used in the pharmaceutical sector. These two tools were developed to protect lab personnel from breathing in hazardous substances and to stop contagio...

  • Difference between LAF and RLAF

    A laminar flow system is an essential concept in particulate contamination control. Laminar airflow is defined as air moving in the same direction at the same speed with no or minimal crossover of air streams (or “lamina”). Laminar flow i...

  • Positive and Negative Pressure Isolators

    Isolators are important equipment in the pharmaceutical industry since they offer a protective barrier and confinement under aseptic settings. They’re made up of a series of physical barriers that employ confinement to provide a confined workin...

  • Every pharmaceutical manufacturer will eventually have to deal with the never-ending debate over RABS vs. isolator technology. It is critical to study the various options available to ensure that the barrier system fulfils the needs of the specific p...

  • In our previous articles, we spoke about the difference between RABS and Isolators and OEB and OEL Levels. Since we have got the basic understanding of how RABS are different from Isolators, we’ll compare and contrast two of the most prevalent ...

  • Difference Between Sterile and Pyrogen-Free

    Understanding Sterile: Sterility in the context of pharmaceuticals refers to the absence of all viable microorganisms, including bacteria, viruses, and fungi. Achieving sterility is paramount to prevent contamination and ensure that medical products ...

  • Decontamination of high-containment laboratories is critical for controlling high-risk pathogens. All places with the potential to be contaminated must be disinfected in the case of an unintentional spill and as per the SOPs. While decontaminating bi...

  • Glove box for battery R&D Laboratory application

    Glove boxes, also known as isolation chambers or controlled atmosphere enclosures, are essential tools in various industries, including battery research and development. They provide a controlled environment with low levels of moisture and oxygen, al...

  • The leak rate is defined as the amount of air lost from a positive isolator or gained by a negative isolator per unit time. It is expressed as % volume loss per hour. Apart from % volume loss per hour, reciprocal hours, specific pressure decay......

  • Surrogate Monitoring Test

    The appropriate selection and operation of contained dust collecting equipment is crucial in pharmaceutical facilities for a variety of reasons, ranging from environmental compliance and employee health & safety to production cleanliness & ef...

  • Steriliazation Process of an Isolator

    In recent years, isolation technology has advanced considerably. The technique is being used in the pharmaceutical business to improve the sterility assurance levels of aseptic products, but it is also finding a place in the medical device industry. ...

  • Sodium Vapor Lamp

    Many pharmaceutical drugs are light-sensitive and may change their properties when exposed to normal light directly. Some impurities could develop during this alteration, and the product might fail a quality control check. A sodium vapor lamp is a ga...

  • At extremely low airborne concentrations, Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (API) have the potential to cause severe to significant health impacts in personnel. Containment devices or equipment should be used to control personnel exposure as part of ...

  • In health care facilities, a novel low-temperature sterilization technology employs Vaporized Hydrogen Peroxide (VHP) to sanitize reusable metal and nonmetal instruments. Hydrogen peroxide vapor is used as a broad spectrum antimicrobial in the VHP st...

  • Personnel in pharmaceutical/ chemical manufacturing firms, particularly those who are exposed to a variety of chemicals, require safety while handling hazardous substance...

  • Methods to determine Dustiness

    Powders and granulated solids are commonly used in the pharmaceutical industry. Handling these materials produces airborne dust, which can harm worker health and safety, be a nuisance, and/or result in product loss. This is especially true if the dus...