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The Pure-Flo® EnviZion® valve has embed- ded technologies that allow for a more streamlined installation and maintenance process, delivering less downtime, longer preventative maintenance cycles and great- er production capacity for manufacturers. With a mount and turn design and no tools or torquing required, the EnviZion valve has reduced valve maintenance time from 23 minutes to 3. Tool-less installation assures a properly installed bonnet every time and makes installing the EnviZion in tight spaces simple and pain free. The integrated thermal compensation system provides a constant sealing force, helping eliminate the effects of thermal cycling. The EnviZion diaphragm can withstand the wear of production cycles and maintains a reliable seal, minimizing the risk of leakage and batch contamination. The EnviZion valve delivers increased productiv- ity by keeping operations online and running longer, reduced operating costs yielding over 90 percent reduction in maintenance time and improved reliability that helps to protect product purity.


ITT Engineered Valves www.engvalves.com


Fully-Integrated Inhaler


The 3M™ Intelligent Control Inhaler is an in- tuitive, fully-integrated device that delivers accurate doses to patients, while providing on-screen instructions for use and feedback to the patient and health care provider via an app. The 3M Intelligent Control Inhaler provides a number of unique features that offer opportunities to improve outcomes by reducing patient variability and errors, and providing data on use to health care providers and payers including: controlled inspiration, integrated patient instructions, fully integrated device, and capture of inspi- ration data.


3M Drug Delivery Systems www.3M.com/dds


EDITOR’S TOP|TECH Single-Use Tube Assemblies


The puresu® single-use fluid path technol- ogy is designed for users in the pharma- ceutical and biopharmaceutical industries. Supplied ready-to-use (double-bagged and irradiated), puresu tube assemblies take the extensive validation of existing components and deliver it all within a new capability. Fur- thermore, a broad range of validated com- ponents and configurations, in combination with design software, ensures that the as- semblies can be matched perfectly to spe- cific bioprocessing applications. All fluid path components are manufactured, assembled and packaged in ISO14644-1 Class 7 clean rooms using cGMP methodology in accor- dance with ISO9001. Moreover, the tubing is subjected to 100% on-line inspection, as well as off-line checks during every run to ensure that all tubing is validated to the highest bio- pharm standards.


Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group www.watson-marlow.com


Hybrid Pharmaceutical Twin-Screw Extruder


The Thermo Scientific Pharma 16 Twin-Screw Extruder is designed for flexibility and a re- duction in cycle time. Traditionally, switch- ing out an extruder system from hot melt processing to granulation required consider- able downtime and extensive reconfigura- tion with manufacturer support. However, the Pharma 16 Twin-Screw Extruder can be adapted with ease, significantly reducing as- sociated costs compared to other twin-screw extruders. Twin-screw extruders play a ma- jor role as pharmaceutical companies move from batch to continuous processing meth- ods to improve operational efficiency and product quality. Formulation processes de- veloped on the Pharma 16 can also be easily scaled-up to larger extruders in the Thermo Scientific product family.


Thermo Fisher Scientific www.thermofisher.com


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