Alternative New and Innovative Pretreatment Technology for Pharmaceutical Water Systems

Nissan Cohen

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Pretreatment technology is quite diverse with many tried-and-true options. This seminar describes and identifies new and innovative technology which can eliminate many traditional pretreatment modules. The new ISO-22519 elucidates on many pretreatment issues which will be discussed. ISO is a voluntary standard which may be instituted by a company and is often quoted or cited by a regulatory agency. This presentation offers ideas, physical modules, and descriptions of alternative pretreatment options.

Why Should You Attend:

If you are considering a new water system, compliance to ISO-22519, compliance to existing pharmacopias, or looking for newer cutting edge technology for implementation, lifecycle cost over 20 years, economic CAPEX and OPEX decisions, then this webinar is for you.

Pretreatment technology are the first steps in pharmaceutical water purification. Pretreatment modules are the preparation of water to be delivered to purification modules of Reverse osmosis, ion exchange, distillation, and micro and ultrafiltration. Poor pretreatment engineering will have a negative impact on the performance of downstream purification module causing undue maintenance, costs, and lack of performance.

This seminar describes and identifies new and innovative technology which can eliminate many traditional pretreatment modules while positively affecting downstream purification steps.

The new ISO-22519 pretreatment standard for pharmaceutical waters elucidates on many pretreatment issues which will be discussed. ISO is a voluntary standard which may be instituted by a company and is often quoted or cited by a regulatory agency. This presentation offers ideas, physical modules, and descriptions of alternative pretreatment options. No endorsement of pretreatment options is offered, only the identification and usage.

You will learn the economics defined for CAPEX and OPEX of pretreatment and how to ascertain lifecycle costs to make better and informative decisions about pretreatment needs of your pharmaceutical water systems.

You will learn whether ISO-22519 is applicable to your current and future water systems.

You will see the comparisons of traditional Pretreatment with innovative pretreatment.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • Traditional Pretreatment Modules
  • Comparison of traditional versus innovative pretreatment modules
  • Capital Expenditures (CAPEX) versus Operation Expenditures (OPEX)
  • Lifecycle costs of CAPEX and OPEX options over a 20 year period
  • In depth explanation of newer technology adapted for pretreatment
  • New chemistry options using newer technology
  • How to estimate costs of operations
  • Comparison of current operational costs of a traditional pretreatment water system
  • The implication of ISO-22519 for microbial sampling in pretreatment water systems

Who Will Benefit:

Biopharmaceutical Personnel in:

  • Engineering, maintenance, critical utilities, project management, QA/QC, microbiology, pharmaceutical water systems of all classifications.

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Speaker: Nissan Cohen, Owner, Biopharmaceutical Water Doc

A recognized worldwide expert, with over 40 years’ experience, in high purity, ultrapure, reclaim and recycle water systems, and Total Organic Carbon (TOC) with profound expertise in instrumentation, automation, and organic contamination oxidation systems using ozone, UV, ion exchange and catalysts. Accomplished writer of over 35 technical articles published in Ultrapure Water, A2C2, Pharmaceutical Technology, Pharmaceutical Engineering, Semiconductor International, The Journal of the Institute of Environmental Sciences and Technology.

Co-Chairman, Contributing author and Chapter Leader of International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering’s (ISPE) “Baseline Guide for Pharmaceutical Water and Steam Systems”. Revisions 1, 2, and 3

Co-chairman and Coordinating Author of the International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering’s (ISPE) Good Practice Guide - “Approaches to Commissioning and Qualification of Pharmaceutical Water and Steam Systems”.

Contributing author to the International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering’s (ISPE) Good Practice Guide on Ozone. Technical Editor of the Journal of the Institute of Environmental and Science Technology (IEST), Technical Reviewer of Pharmaceutical Engineering, Chairman of the Water and Steam Forum of ISPE, Founder/Chair of the Discussion Forums of ISPE, Former member of the Technical Advisory Board of A2C2 magazine.


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