Lunch and Learn webinar series

If you want to learn more information about the equipment and machinery that is manufactured by the companies we represent, To meet the team of engineers behind the projects and hear their thoughts and opinions on some of the critical processes that they were challenged with, then the Lunch and Learn Webinar Series will be a good place to start.

You’ll also have the opportunity to learn about the key features of specific products and equipment and what is their proper application.

Among the most viewed topics we discussed on our webinar were:

  • The never ending debate of Injection Molded Unit dose delivery systems versus the Blow Fill Seal containers;
  • The discussion of proper storage methods, Standalone Freezers or Consolidated chambers;
  • The presentation on the Key Factors of the development of a Cleaning Strategy;
  • The often overlooked issues with quality control equipment and solutions;
  • A nice presentation of the applicability of Torque testers on the Pharma Market;
  • The important part that conveyance plays in your production efficiency;
  • and you can find a lot of case studies and machine demos in each episode of the Lunch and Learn Webinar Series.

Our Webinar Broadcasts are always public, free to attend and comment. In order to receive updates about any upcoming streams of our Webinar you can Subscribe to our Website, Connect with our LinkedIn Page, or Subscribe to our YouTube Channel.

If you have any special Requests about some topic being discussed on the series, have questions about any previous streams or you’d like to inquire more information about any aspect of the series, please send an email to Marko via MarkoV@Lsi1.com

Webinar ‘Key Factors of Developing a Cleaning Strategy’ – Guest Speaker: Jim Agalloco

Next Week on our Lunch and Learn Webinar Series we bring a discussion on the ‘KEY FACTORS OF DEVELOPING THE MOST EFFECTIVE CLEANING STRATEGY’

Guest speaker: Jim Agalloco

After the great success of Fedegari’s latest e-book, we want to invite you to join the Webinar: Key Factors of Developing the Most Effective Cleaning Strategy.

Tune in on Wednesday, October 24th at 11:45 CST at this link!

You’ll have the opportunity to hear Mr. Jim Agalloco, one of the main experts in clean and sterile processes in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries.

Additionally, Maria Luisa Bernuzzi and Daniela Martigani, Fedegari R&D experts, will discuss the key factors of a cleaning strategy and present a couple of case studies that will showcase different cleaning methods.

This presentation was developed By Fedegari and Agalloco & Associates for the Life Scientific Inc. L&L Series.

If you cannot watch it live, don’t worry: the webinar will be available at our YouTube channel.

Vacuum Decay Testing Method

Tune in on May 16th 11:45 AM CST for a presentation on Vacuum Decay Testing Method. VDM is a non-destructive Container Closure Integrity (CCI) testing practice applicable to most pharmaceutical package systems. Our presenter is going to be Peiro Polastri, Regional Sales Manager for ALPS & Bonfiglioli.

This will be important content for those interested in upgrading to a more sensitive, non-destructive quantitative leak test vs. an old school dye ingress test, that is slow, labor-intensive, qualitative and destructive.

Bonfiglioli Engineering developed the VDM system in accordance with the ASTM approved test method F2338 that is recognized by Food and Drug Administration (FDA)as a consensus standard for pharmaceutical packages integrity.

Introducing Bonfig’s Lasercube

We recently introduced the BONFIG LASERCUBE to the US market, a bench top system for performing Headspace Gas Analysis (HGA) analysis for a variety of containers. It’s debut was at this year’s Pack Expo Las Vegas.
LASERCUBE provides a non-destructive, non-invasive laser-based inspection solution for leak detection and container closure integrity testing (CCIT) by measuring the headspace level of gases, such as oxygen and carbon dioxide, as well as monitoring moisture levels.

HGA is suited for accurate investigation of translucent containers and pharmaceutical finished containers, as well as headspace conditions for products packaged under modified atmosphere and closure integrity, even where headspace is limited. The technology is designed to make Etalon effect negligible. It also removes any need for nitrogen purging during oxygen measuring.


The system features:

  • Low power consumption
  • Compact and lightweight design
  • Set-up via integrated PC or any wireless-connected touchscreen tablet or smartphone
  • Fully automated test cycle sequencing with manual loading and unloading of containers
  • Data storage and export (production, raw data, events, alarms)
  • Easy-to-use HMIU integrated functions
  • HMI real time display of statistics and raw data
  • Engineered to comply with FDA 21 CFR Part 11 and EU Annex 11

 

Please get in touch if you want to schedule a live demo or shoot us an email if you want to see it do the magic on a Virtual Conference.

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