where innovation meets sterile manufacturing

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The introduction of materials into an isolator poses a risk of contamination. While most small scale fill finish companies utilize no-touch-transfer (NTT) systems to prevent contamination, BSM, Steriline, and Claranor has discovered a method to provide active decontamination in addition to NTT. 

Pulsed light technology provides significant added sterility assurance and is currently used in many other industries as a sterilant. Claranor, Steriline, and BSM has harnessed this technology to produce the first active decontamination chamber in the US for small scale fill finish. 

How this technology was incorporated into an isolated system with a robotic arm to decontaminate RTU containers

How this system will be used at Berkshire Sterile Manufacturing and what added benefits this will provide to BSM's clients

How pulsed light technology provides active decontamination in a safe yet effective manner

ABOUT this webinar

Webinar Series Kickoff

Webinar Series Kickoff

Wed, Mar 10th

10 AM PCT | 1 PM EST

1 hr

Berkshire Sterile Manufacturing

SPEAKERS

Wed, Mar 10th

1 hr

10 AM PCT | 1 PM EST

where innovation meets sterile manufacturing

Berkshire Sterile Manufacturing

SPEAKERS

How pulsed light technology provides added sterility assurance in sterile processing

How pulsed light technology provides added sterility assurance in sterile processing

Get information you can't find anywhere else

This webinar series is the culmination of information from several industry leading vendors and a leading CMO working together to build an innovative state-of-art filling line. The information provided in this webinar series is unique and unattainable elsewhere.

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Get information you can't find anywhere else

This webinar series is the culmination of information from several industry leading vendors and a leading CMO working together to build an innovative state-of-art filling line. The information provided in this webinar series is unique and unattainable elsewhere.

View other webinars in this series