GMP certified purified water equipment in the pharmaceutical industry

  • The water quality complies with the 2000 edition pharmacopoeia standards and the regulations in GMP
  • Equipment fully automatic operation and conditional fully automatic processing procedures (such as backwashing, regeneration, pickling, disinfection procedures)
  • The monomer and piping equipment meet the requirements of GMP (such as back-end processing equipment such as sterilizers, membrane filters, terminal water tanks, and pipelines are all made of 316L materials, and the pipelines of the pretreatment equipment are UPVC pipes)

Purified water quality standards:

  • Resistivity: ≥0.5MΩ.CM, conductivity: ≤2μS
  • Ammonia≤0.3μg/ml
  • Nitrate ≤0.06μg/ml
  • Heavy metal ≤0.5μg/ml

Typical pharmaceutical pure water preparation process

  • Raw water-raw water pressurization pump-multi-media filter-activated carbon filter-water softener-precision filter-first stage reverse osmosis-PH adjustment-intermediate water tank-second stage reverse osmosis-purified water tank-pure water pump-ultraviolet sterilization Filter-Microporous filter-Recommend new technology for water point
  • Raw water-raw water pressurizing pump-multi-media filter-activated carbon filter-water softener-precision filter-primary reverse osmosis equipment-intermediate water tank-intermediate water pump-ion exchanger-purified water tank-pure water pump-ultraviolet sterilizer- Microporous filter-traditional water point technology
  • Raw water-raw water pressurizing pump-multi-media filter-activated carbon filter-water softener-precision filter-first-stage reverse osmosis machine-intermediate water tank-intermediate water pump-EDI system-purified water tank-pure water pump-ultraviolet sterilizer-micro Pore ​​filter-a new technology for water point.

Typical purified water preparation system

Reverse osmosis: The technology of preparing pure water by reverse osmosis is a new technology developed in the 1960s. Because of its simple operation process, high efficiency of salt removal and heat removal, and relatively economical. “United States Pharmacopoeia” began to include this method from the 19th edition, as one of the legal methods for preparing water for injection.
Mechanism: Reverse osmosis is the reverse process of osmosis, which refers to the process of forcing the solvent component in the solution to pass through an appropriate semi-permeable membrane by means of a certain thrust (such as pressure difference, temperature difference, etc.) to retain a certain solute component.

Water Treatment Systems & Reverse Osmosis in Pharmaceutical

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