Automated Washing Basic Principles and Common Mistakes
Join us for a Webinar on May 29
Automated washing systems are often used for critical cleaning and drying applications in research, pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical manufacturing facilities. Typical applications include cleaning of laboratory glassware and parts from equipment used in the manufacturing process of injectable, oral liquid and solid dosage drugs. A good understanding of basic principles of washing can help with making the best use of automated washing systems as well as avoiding typical mistakes which can lead to inconsistent cleaning performance, lower productivity and higher operation and maintenance costs. Such knowledge represents an important step toward operational excellence.
This presentation will explain how some key process parameters such as time, temperature, chemistry, coverage and mechanical action can affect the performance of an automated washing system. Best practices for selecting appropriate chemistries and loading accessories will be presented. Finally, ways to avoid common mistakes when using automated washing systems will be explained.
- Title: Automated Washing; Basic principles and common mistakes
- Date: Thursday, May 29, 2014
- Time: 1:30 PM - 2:15 PM EDT
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