We have a large Client that provides aseptic compounding. This process if undertaken with a, ISO class 5 laminar flow cabinet.
The speed of this process is derived by the amount of time it takes for the liquids to drain from the primary containers into the final product storage bag – we have been asked if this time could be reduced?
We have developed a vacuum chamber to create a lower pressure around the product storage bag to effectively suck the product in faster.
A new prototype is currently being tested because the product is Glucose and all trial runs were using water as a test medium – we hope to post results of this shortly.
Does anyone have any experience with this process of vacuum chambers?