A high level of competence and expertise is essential for highly dependable room-air and process-air technology in the pharmaceutical industry.
Safe and clean air for healthy lives
For both research and development, as well as mass production: whenever tablets are produced, liquids filled, substrates milled, estrogens or androgen substances produced, or health-endangering materials processed, air filtering is of critical importance. Solid and liquid products must be protected from contaminants from ambient air. Employees must not be endangered and must be protected with extreme care: i.e., from inhaling toxic aerosols. And not least, the transmission of contaminated air into external areas must be prevented to avoid mutual contamination. Particles dissolved in the air, moreover, must be monitored and separated where they are produced.
Clean air solutions for a fast growing industry
Biotechnology is a very fast growing industry that requires sterile air and equipment to maintain the required level of cleanliness needed when the main object of this industry is to modify living organisms to aid human purposes.
- Most processes are carried out in a controlled environment by utilizing clean rooms
- Very effective filtration of supply and exhaust air is necessary. A solution must be provide highly reliable ventilation and air management
Whenever it comes to producing pharmaceuticals, a sterile environment is important
Room size and occupancy levels affect the temperature of an office room. A solution needs to be versatile and provide flexibility for indoor comfort throughout the day.
HVAC solutions in a warehouse must create a safe and breathable atmosphere for workers whilst ensuring that stock items remain at the correct temperature and humidity
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