Aseptic Filling Line Isolators
Getinge offer isolators for aseptic filling and processing under GMP requirements. These isolators offer a safe environment for operation within this type of application.
Recirculated unidirectional airflow, temperature regulation, full PLC control, safe change HEPA filters and air velocity measurements are just some of the features of the isolators we build for aseptic filling or liquid cytotoxic drug production.
Moreover, our unique DPTE® system ensures safe, easy transfer in and out of the isolator without breaking containment so without any production stops. All this makes Getinge isolators a much safer choice for both the operator and the process.
Getinge has years of experience with isolation technology
Providing a safe operating environment
Economical: no production stop when transferring sterile components in and out
Wide range of DPTE® accessories, both single-use and re-usable, autoclavable containers
Aseptic filling line isolators from Getinge are a key component in Aseptic filling to help prevent product contamination and protect operators.
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Component and Equipment Processing
In fill operations for sterile injectable drug products GMP regulations requier prevention of cross-contamination. Aseptic filling line isolators play a role in safe component and equipment processing.
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Safe handling of potent chemicals
Potent or toxic chemicals present operator risks. Aseptic filling line isolators assure the safety of those who handle them.
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API Processing Isolators
High-quality 316L stainless steel construction
The originator and manufacturer of the DPTE® system
The originator and manufacturer of the DPTE system
Mechanical interface to prevent incorrect manipulation
Glove Leak Testers (GLT)
Fast and simple to perform
Flexible-wall and rigid-wall options
Isocyt Freja Isolators
Provides seperation of process from the environment and operator
Ergonomic operation for 1-2 operators