Mettler-Toledo has announced its latest on-demand webinar for the pharmaceutical industry. Optimizing API Production Processes explains the value of implementing in-line process analytical systems for API production.
Online PR News – 04-June-2012 – Greifensee/Zurich – During the three major steps of API production -- chemical reaction, crystallization, and drying -- process control is central to maximizing yield and efficiency. Although lab analysis of samples provides accurate measurements, it is frequently too slow to allow timely actions and often means expensive API rework.
The U.S. Food and Drug Adminstration's Process Analytical Technology (PAT) initiative recognizes the importance of real-time process control, which is made possible only when continuous, real-time analytical measurements are available.
Optimizing API Production Processes was developed specifically to address the challenges faced by process engineers, instrumentation engineers and maintenance managers.
Webinar participants will discover how process analytical systems can lead to:
1. Increased yield
2. Increased capacity
3. Faster batch runs
4. Reduced lab costs
For more info: http://uk.mt.com/gb/en/home/events/webinar/ondemand/PRO_API.html?crel=ePR_PP_EN
About Mettler Toledo:
METTLER TOLEDO specializes in the area of precision instruments for professional use. METTLER TOLEDO laboratory instruments are used in research, scientific, drug discovery, and quality control labs, amongst many others in the pharmaceutical, chemical, food and cosmetics industries. METTLER TOLEDO comprehensive industrial solutions cover the various steps in a host of manufacturing processes at many of the same customers that laboratory serves. Solutions range from receiving raw materials through various manufacturing processes, in-line process control and end-of-line packaging control, to logistics and shipping. Increasingly, these solutions are fully integrated into the customer's IT environment, helping automate their workflows. In food retail, our offering for fresh food management ranges from receiving and pre-packaging, to in-store solutions for self-service departments, deli counters, and checkout terminals.