Mastering VHP Sterilization
Taking the guesswork out of VHP sterilization operations
In the pharmaceutical industry maintaining sterility is a must. Typical areas that need sterilization include processing lines; clean rooms, transition locks, and isolators. While there are several sterilization processes available to pharmaceutical manufacturers, Vaporized Hydrogen Peroxide (VHP) is a popular and reliable method. Testo recently held a webinar to discuss this important subject.
Review the recently-held VHP webinar.
One of the keys for VHP to be effective is to accurately determine how much hydrogen peroxide is needed to maintain the proper level of sterilization. Too little and the sterilization process will be incomplete; too much and you waste material plus run the risk of condensation at temperatures near the dew point. Since temperature and humidity play major roles in this equation, monitoring of both has been a large part of the challenge.
When you review this recently-held webinar about VHP, you will learn about how to accurately monitor and control your VHP sterilization efforts. The panel of experts discussed in detail the latest tools, techniques and best practices to ensure you get the results you require from your VHP sterilization processes.
Robert Bové, Marketing Manager, Industrial Products, Testo Inc.
Peter Harris, Director of Operations, B & V Testing
John Lanier, Process Engineer - Engineering, Cook Pharmica, LLC
Mike Auerbach, Editor, Pharmaceutical Processing