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Sensors for Single-Use Bioreactors

Posted in Life Sciences on Thursday, August 22nd, 2019. No comments yet
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For pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical manufacturers, scaling up production has typically meant large, 5000+ liter stainless steel bioreactors for the process. These require cleaning and sterilization between batches. Market demands are driving the need for more flexibility with smaller batches. Single-use technologies (SUT) are being applied to bioreactors to address these demands and reduce the cost […]

Early Detection of Water Quality Issues

Posted in Analyzers, Water & Wastewater on Friday, November 15th, 2013. No comments yet
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Water supply service providers require many measurements to ensure safe, contaminant-free, and high quality water. Some important measurements include pH, Oxidation-reduction potential (ORP), conductivity, temperature, free chlorine, monochloramine, dissolved oxygen (DO), and turbidity. Emerson’s Ryo Hashimoto wrote a Water & Wastewater Asia article, Raising early alarm bells, to highlight the importance of these measurements in […]

Examples of Control Performance Improvement

Posted in Life Sciences, Process Optimization on Monday, October 29th, 2012. One comment so far
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An important part of a smooth running plant is optimizing the performance of the control loops. Emerson’s Mark Coughran, a senior process control consultant, describes and shares examples of how loop optimization is a part of a control performance program in regulated industries including pharmaceutical and biotech. Control performance along with operational excellence, regulatory compliance, […]

Applying Batch Analytics to Fermentation Processes

Posted in Data Management on Tuesday, March 6th, 2012. 2 comments so far
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Creating batch process models such as fermentation is challenging due to their inherent time variability batch to batch. It’s also critical to know when problems are beginning to develop when corrective measures can be taken. Emerson’s David Rehbein, a Senior Data Management Solutions consultant, recently gave an IFPAC presentation, Batch Analytics Applied to a Fermentation […]