Posts Tagged ‘Isolators’


Article in Pharmaceutical Processing by Bosch’s Jürgen Metzger: The Fine Art Of Transferring Products Into Barrier Systems

Pharmaceutical manufacturing processes are becoming more complex and guidelines stricter. Accordingly, the focus in aseptic operations is of course protecting the aseptic interior of a barrier system against the environment and vice versa also protecting operators from highly potent pharmaceuticals. This requires suitable barrier technologies. One of the first steps is the categorization of the actual pharmaceutical product, followed by …more




Mini White Paper: The Ongoing RABS vs. Isolator Question

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by Christian Lavarreda

Over fifteen years have now passed since the Isolation Technology Task Force of the Parenteral Drug Association (PDA) published the influential Technical Report No. 34 (TR 34), “Design and Validation of Isolator Systems for the Manufacturing and Testing of Health Care Products,” yet considerable confusion still surrounds the terms barrier, Restricted Access Barrier System (RABS), and isolator and their respective suitability and favorability in pharmaceutical fill-finish operations. …more


Bosch at the Interphex 2017 IPS Technology Tours

Bosch Packaging Technology is pleased to announce its participation in the Interphex 2017 IPS Technology Tours, scheduled to be held during the show in New York City on Wednesday, March 22, 2017, at 10:00 am and 1:00 pm. To learn more or register for the event, please see the IPS Technology Tours Media Advisory. Bosch’s presentation on the tour, as part of the Aseptic Full-Scale & Flexible Technologies track, will be on the following subject: …more



Pharma Trends—From Biologics for Niche Patient Populations to Isolators and Containment for HPAPI Manufacturing

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These were the topics  that Christian Treitel, head of pharma business development and product management at Bosch Packaging Technology, discussed recently with Pharmaceutical Technology.

Click here to read the interview.



First isolator line to hit the road to India

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Diabetes has developed into a widespread disease in India. According to the International Diabetes Foundation, India currently ranks second in the list of globally affected people with 65 million diabetes patients. The need for medicine is equally high. …more


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