The facility of the future will require transformation in how biologics are developed and manufactured. Closed processing mitigates contamination and safety risks, maximizes new and existing facility and asset utilization, while enabling sustainable multi-modal manufacturing. With closed processing costly cleanroom and environmental control measures are reduced without compromising product quality. Simplified space design, smaller cleanroom footprints, and increased operational flexibility allow for dramatic cost savings and future-readiness, today.
With closed processing, you can:
|47% reduction in contamination risk|
|81% reduction in gowning costs|
|47% reduction in labor time due to reduced gowning, room cleaning, and equipment sanitization|
|Up to 53% reduction in environmental monitoring|
|Up to 65% reduction in energy consumption|
Tune in & enter the world of Bioprocessing 4.0 with Merrilee Whitney, Chris Hwang and Kelvin Lee. In this podcast we discuss how to accelerate the production of biologics to a rapid pace.
Uncover the benefits and challenges associated with closed processing and learn how innovations in closed single-use systems are driving greater manufacturing efficiency.
In this webinar, we present the design and performance testing of a single-use manufacturing-scale TFF system that can be operated in functionally or fully closed mode.
Learn about regulatory expectations when implementing single-use systems for final filtration and filling applications.
In this webinar, we discuss important elements of the revision to EU GMP Annex 1 and how single-use filtration systems can contribute to a holistic contamination control strategy.
BioPharm International: Perceptions and Considerations for Adopting Closed Processing
Express Pharma: Is closed processing a reality?
Proof of Closure: Life Cycle of Closed Systems | Pharmaceutical Engineering (ispe.org)
Biosimilar Development: Transition To Closed Processing Systems For The Expansion Of Suspension Cells And Introduction Of Ballroom Format Cleanrooms For Cell Banking
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