Closure Processing System (CPS)
How it works
The system is based on mobile MPVs (multi-purpose vessels) that hold the closures and can be transferred between the processing unit and the filling machine. Multiple MPVs are normally used to ensure that sterile closures are always available. During the washing part of the process, the closures are subjected to agitation of sterile filtered air passing through water, and the constant water overflow ensures continuous removal of particles.
To maintain sterility, the filling machine can be enclosed in an isolator. An optional lift-and-turn station enables MPVs to dock with the isolator filling machine through a DPTE Rapid Transfer Port System. Alternative discharge methods, including a bagging system, are available for conventional clean-room applications to the point of use.
Getinge's Closure Process System is built to meet standards of quality and safety, while providing maximum uptime and a safe working environment.
Providing an unbroken chain of sterility for closure processing
Minimizes manual handling/intermediate handling
Based on mobile multi-purpose vessels to hold closures during transfer
Optional lift-and-turn station enables docking with isolator filling machine via DPTE/RTP connection
Clean, sterile and dry closures, particularly rubber stoppers and plungers, are vital components of parenteral packaging. Getinge Closure Processing Systems (CPS) is one of the several solutions Getinge offers for processing closures. Read more about closure processing...