Water for Injection (WFI) is used for many applications within the pharma sector, and during the pandemic, with vaccine manufacturing at the forefront of everyone’s minds, WFI generation systems are in high demand and everyone it seems, has a requirement for WFI. Facilities have suddenly found the need to increase their capacity or add the ability to produce WFI but aren’t ‘up to speed’ with current regulations, trends or even what should be considered when it comes to specifying a new system in terms of their own specific needs, operational costs, CAPEX and even maintenance.
We will provide an overview of the core technologies available today and give an independent review of the advantages and disadvantages of each system type. Covering the obvious, CAPEX and OPEX comparisons but also the pros and cons of design features and potential risks to water quality and how we can reduce the perceived risks to water quality by improving sanitisation and introducing more real-time monitoring.
We will run through other points that must be considered when choosing a system, such as service and maintenance but also how the WFI is being used, at what times of the day and at what temperature, ambient or hot.
If you are looking to increase your WFI generating capacity or are looking at WFI generation for the first time, we will provide you with the relevant information to help you decide what solution is best for your facility, considering all the options.
Key Learning Objectives
- Technology Options available on today’s market
- Advantages and Disadvantages of different technologies
- OPEX comparisons of different technologies
- Other things that need to be considered when choosing a new system
- Associate Principal Scientist
- Chief Technical Officer
- Business Development
- Engineering And Operations
- Operations & Project Development
- Project Management
- Project Operations
- Plant Engineer
- Process Engineering & Process Safety
- Product Director & Operations
- Senior Vice President
- Vice President
- Technical Customer Service