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Production processes and scale-up

provide a detailed plan of production processes that will serve as a basis for the production work sheets and for a computerized control system. A proper scale-up requires a thorough understanding of the components of the system and the physical parameters that characterize them.

Procurement of equipment

covering the entire field of engineering procurement, from writing specifications and user requirements (URS), comparing suppliers and performance of acceptance tests (FAT, SAT), and obtaining the best selection of equipment at the lowest costs.

Design of sterile production facilities and production flows

proper design will assure functional needs and regulatory requirements and is essential for efficient operation and obtaining regulatory approvals smoothly.


Construction and upgrading projects 

leading the planning team to formulate the conceptual design and maintaining responsibility for all the engineering topics of the project.

 Implementation of new technologies and equipment 


sterile production today includes complex technologies such as bulk sterilization, homogenization and particle size reduction. Knowledge of these technologies and the equipment involved will provide a significant advantage in the ability to assimilate the technology and shorten the implementation time. In addition, not all equipment is adapted to sterile production, and in many cases, it has become clear that well-known manufacturers have made design mistakes or failed to consider all requirements for aseptic equipment. There is a need to examine the design in-depth, and if necessary, to propose changes and adjustments.

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