Containment | Machines & Equipment | Chemical

To protect your operator, ideally you keep him or her separated completely from any hazardous substance. This means you have to enclose the hazardous product at the location where it is produced and keep it closed off from the operator from the point where it enters your site, all through the process, until the final packaging.

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Hygienic hand-operated iris valve

Hygienic hand-operated iris valve

Hand-operated valves are required for the walls of clean rooms for glanding around...

Roller gate valve

Roller gate valve

In large scale operations, modular and configurable valves are required to isolate and...

Downflow booth

Downflow booth

Provides the highest levels of operator protection from potentially harmful airborne contaminants generated...

Vertical laminar flow cabinet

Vertical laminar flow cabinet

HEPA filtered vertical laminar airflow (down flow) creates an ISO 14644-1 (Class 5)...

Horizontal laminar flow benches

Horizontal laminar flow benches

HEPA filtered horizontal laminar airflow (crossflow) creates an ISO 14644-1 (Class 5) work...

Compact horizontal laminar flow bench

Compact horizontal laminar flow bench

HEPA filtered horizontal laminar airflow (cross-flow) creates an optimized free space for manipulation...

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This is not always possible. When your product moves through different production steps it is often handled in different drums, sacks, or bulk bags. Handling these transfers can be challenging. For some hazardous chemicals / biohazards, legal occupational exposure limits (OEL) have been determined. OEL regulation sets  an upper limit on the acceptable concentration of a hazardous substance in workplace air. When no legal guidance is available, you go through the process of control banding to ensure proper risk assessment. Control banding ranks hazards in different occupational exposure bands (OEB), anywhere from “light skin and eye irritants” up to “very toxic on single exposure”. When producing medicines,  total containment not only protects humans, but also needs to protect the environment while preventing cross-contamination. We have experience with a variety of containment challenges and can advise on the required technical procedure and help you minimize investment and operating costs. Browse some of our recommended solutions below, including downflow booths, safety cabinets, rigid aseptic barrier systems but also many flexible solutions that can be customized to your particular production environment.