Pharmaceuticals

Quality and purity

Our filters are successfully used in the mechanical production of a large number of pharmaceutical products. We have many years of experience in the field of mechanical solid-liquid separation and can offer reliable solutions that meet the strict requirements regarding purity, occupational safety and health, yield and reproducibility.

Stringent regulations (GMP, CIP, ATEX, etc.) and validation requirements can also be easily met. BHS offers continuous as well as batch-operated systems.

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Technical article

Thin-cake filtration technology to meet full containment for air-sensitive and toxic chemical and pharmaceutical production

PharmaChem
1/2 2016 (January/February)
February 2016
PDF (3.5 MB)
Thin-cake filtration technology to meet full containment for air-sensitive and toxic chemical and pharmaceutical production

In many chemical and pharmaceutical processes, solid-liquid separation, cake washing and drying steps directly impact the effectiveness of the production operation. Further complicating these operations is the nature of the process and especially if the process is air-sensitive or toxic. This article discusses the choice of thin-cake (2-25 mm) pressure separation technology for full containment, no residual heel and their benefits to optimizing the effectiveness of the production process. For full containment, the paper then continues with a discussion of clean-in-place operations to meet current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) guidelines including riboflavin test, validations and ANSI/ISA S88 and IEC 61512-1 batch process control systems.

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Choosing a Fine-Particle Filtration System

Chemical Engineering Progress (CEP)
December 2014
December 2014
PDF (4.4 MB)
Choosing a Fine-Particle Filtration System

Filtration technology has advanced to meet the demand to remove small particles at low concentrations. When designed ocrrectly, a candle filter or a pressure plate filter may be a more-efficient replacement for a traditional filtration scheme.

Size: 4.4 MB

Thinking like Sherlock Holmes for process filtration technology selection

CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY
September 2014 (pages 18-22)
September 2014
PDF (841 KB)
Thinking like Sherlock Holmes for process filtration technology selection

Sherlock Holmes and Dr John Watson are fictional characters of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Process engineers who live in the real world can learn many things from the two of them for solving process filtration problems. This article will intertwine the detective techniques (mindfulness, astute observation, logical deduction and others) of Holmes and Watson with the problem-solving skills required to select process filtration systems.

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