Pharmaceutical liquid productsadmin
Emulsion of two different phases is usually used for the production of highly viscous pharmaceutical products such as gels, creams and ointments. One of the phases contains mineral oils or silicone, while the other is usually aqueous and is where thickeners, stabilisers, preservatives, etc. are dissolved.
The active ingredients are added to one of the above described phases or afterwards depending on the specific application.
The final product is highly viscous, that makes it hard to manipulate once the transfer process is complete, and it leads to the loss of product.
In order to minimise all these problems and especially to recover the final product, INOXPA offers its product recovery system designed for the pharmaceutical industry (STERIPIG) in compliance with the EHEDG specifications as it provides a high recovery rate of the product after the transfer process and reduces CIP/SIP time and the amount of the chemical agents used for cleaning.