ISOLATOR systems can be used for quality-critical, safety-critical, or combined applications.
Automatic Leak Test: The isolators come with an automatic leak testing system that runs an independent leak test cycle for each chamber using ISO 10648-2 (5.2) (E) pressure change technique.
By eliminating any possibility of human contamination of cell cultures, the Cell Culture Isolator cGMP Class A/ISO 5 system provides users with a cell culture environment that is safer than settings in typical biosafety cabinets, clean booths, or regular cleanrooms. Integrated bio-decontamination system to allow 6-log bacterial reduction.
The Cell Culture Isolator is designed to execute cell and gene autologous therapeutic tasks such as the activation and transduction of non-infectious viruses, viral vectors, and other non-infectious viruses that could become infectious or overexpressed. With full integration of specific process equipment, such as incubator, digital microscope, centrifuge, and refrigerator.
The exhaust of the filters is connected with hot air to eliminate the viruses missed by the filters.
Radiopharmaceutical compounding isolators have a variety of features, capacities, and technical standards. Among them are:
Flexible isolators from ISOVAX are a simple-to-use flexible containment device that has shown to be exceptionally successful for handling active pharmaceutical components and other potentially hazardous compounds.
ISOVAX flexible isolators can be utilized at any stage of the manufacturing process when the operator needs access to the process while maintaining a high level of containment and GMP compliance.
VHP Pass Box is a machine designed to perform the low-temperature superficial bio-decontamination of materials using vaporized hydrogen peroxide (VHP). We assure log 6 efficacy for bio decontamination. It is used to bring goods into sterile areas that can’t be sterilized in an autoclave, such as heat-sensitive products like sterile Petri dishes; sterile materials for validation or cleaning activities, such as disinfectants; electronic particle meters; clothes, and so on. It’s also commonly used to disinfect day-to-day production materials that can’t be sterilized with steam, like rubber stopper bags and API aluminum containers.
The hydrogen peroxide is heated using a built-in VPHP generator, which converts it from liquid to vapor. This is blown into the chamber, generating a fatal environment that kills bacteria, viruses, and fungi. Each stage of the process is meticulously monitored, ensuring flawless performance over time.
Sterility Test Isolator is a cGMP Class A/ISO 5 modular isolator system built exclusively for Sterility Testing, ensuring the safest working conditions possible during Quality Control Operations.
It’s a versatile piece of equipment that ensures the optimal working conditions for a variety of tasks, including sterility testing, aseptic dispensing and sampling, and aseptic product transfer.
Guaranteed Asepsis: Sterility Test Isolator ensures the highest air quality in the isolated environment thanks to: – an engineered filtration system consisting of High-Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA H14) inlet, unidirectional downflow, return, and exhaust filters; – our integrated Vapour Phase Hydrogen Peroxide (VPHP) bio-decontamination system for a very fast bio-decontamination cycle.
There are several critical factors to consider when creating new poultry vaccinations. The cost of the finished product is likely the most important of these, since this will generally dictate the approach taken and uptake by the end-user.
To prevent and control contagious poultry diseases, poultry vaccinations are frequently used. Their usage in chicken production aims to prevent or reduce the emergence of clinical disease on the farm, hence enhancing output. Vaccines and immunisation programmes are generally controlled by the poultry industry and vary widely depending on numerous local circumstances (e.g., kind of production, local pattern of disease, expenses, and potential losses). For both the commercial and governmental sectors, the financial losses caused by the two epidemic diseases of poultry (avian influenza and Newcastle disease) have been substantial in the recent decade.