Bacteria Reduction/Removal | Pharmaceutical Filtration | Biopharmaceutical Filtration | Filters in Water Treatment Systems | Tank Vent Filters | Food & Beverage Filtration
Most Commonly Asked Filtration Question Series The risks of not using vent filters on holding and mixing tanks are real and costly. Unfortunately, we usually hear from a company after they've experienced serious issues because they did not install vent filters. So, this article is written for those not yet using vent filters on their tanks. It will address the most common issues/questions we're asked on this topic with the hope of sparing you a process headache you don't need. Many processes require the use of tanks for holding ingredients to be added into the process, mixing ingredients, or holding the final product pending final filtration and filling. During the course of normal operations, these tanks will be filled and emptied many times.
Sterilizing Filtration | Clarification and Prefiltration | Problem Solving | Tank Vent Filters | Fast Delivery of Process Filters
It happens. Unfortunately, more often than anyone would like. You are about to process a new batch of fluids or adjust the current load and inventory status reports show that only half of the filters needed are in stock. Your next regular delivery is two months out. A phone call to your vendor reveals they can expedite your next order and it will arrive in six weeks. What do you do? You jump into crisis management mode, determined to figure out – how else can we get filters delivered fast? The answer to that question is now driving your business goal for that batch or shall we say, the cart is now leading the horse. In this article, we will discuss options for improving delivery strategies and putting the horse back in the lead.
Bacteria Reduction/Removal | Pharmaceutical Water | Tank Vent Filters | Particle Filtration
Keeping Contaminants Out of Water Tanks Most of the time, the old saying, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” is true. Preventing an unwanted event is usually easier than doing remediation work to repair whatever damage is done if the event occurs. However, in virtually all water systems, including pharmaceutical water systems, it is safe to assume that BOTH prevention and remediation are needed to control bacteria and other contaminants.