We provide filtration solutions for processes in small to large scale production. Our filters remove particles and contaminants in cleaning solutions, disinfectants and rinse water.
Makers of diagnostic reagents and standards rely on Critical Process Filtration filters to remove particles and organisms from the products to ensure reliable test results.
When filtration performance isn't meeting expectations, or you're developing a new process and a fresh perspective is needed, you can count on us to help troubleshoot and configure the best-fit solution for your operation.
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Disc filters for lab work, mini-capsule filters for bench scale, standard capsules for pilot production through single-use, and cartridges for dedicated systems -- all are made using the same polymers and media for consistent performance.
Critical Process Filtration filters are designed for use in cGMP compliant processes. Our state-of-the-art manufacturing facility and quality-management system both meet ISO 9001:2015 standards. Each operation from assembly and test to cleaning, drying, and packaging is done in appropriately rated clean rooms, and each filter is assigned a lot code to ensure the trace-ability of manufacturing data and materials. A sophisticated MRP system collects and processes real-time data from manufacturing centers and inspection points.
The materials used to construct pharmaceutical-grade filters are non-toxic and meet the requirements for the MEM Elution Cytotoxicity Test and the requirements for Biological Reactivity Tests in the current version of the United States Pharmacopeia (USP) for Class VI - 121 °C Plastics. Critical Process Filtration filters comply with Title 21 CFR sections 210.3 (b)(6) and 211.72, for non-fiber-releasing filters. The levels of bacterial endotoxins in aqueous extracts from pharmaceutical-grade filters are below current USP limits as specified for water for injection.