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Lunch and Learn Webinar Series

Brought to you by Life Scientific, Inc.

Life Scientific, Inc. invites you to attend our

LUNCH AND LEARN WEBINAR SERIES

Featuring:

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Evolving your process to Blow-Fill-Seal – a how to session

Hosted by Michael H. Bellm
President, Life Scientific
 

Presented by

Brevetti Angela Srl

Webinar – June 3rd, 2021

@10:00 AM CST

We partnered up with Brevetti Angela Srl for an educative session on How to Evolve your process to Blow-Fill-Seal.

In this session, you will learn about the benefits and the considerations of switching or upgrading to Blow Fill and Seal technology. We will cover the complete process, various applications, applicable molds, performance, and financial scope.

We will also walk through some comparative case studies on the process of transitioning to BFS technology and much more.

This Webinar will take place on Thursday, June 3rd, 2021 at 10 am Central Time. Please register via ZOOM if this is something of your interest.

Blow Fill and Seal technology is mainly used for pharmaceutical solutions. The examples of pharmaceutical solutions that can be packaged are injectable solutions, antibiotics, ophthalmological drops, suspensions, infusion solutions, solutions for dialysis, solutions for irrigation and solutions for hemofiltration. Besides this main field of application, this technology has been used also for packaging of fresh fruit juice, non aerated drinks, milk and various cosmetic products including creams.

The process begins with the Extrusion of plastic granules in the form of a hot hollow pipe of molten plastic called a parison.

The following step is the Blow moulding of the container from the plastic granule.

The subsequent step is Filling of the formed container from the top, which is still open (and still in a “hot molten” state).

The next step is Sealing the top of the container, which is still open and in a hot molten state. 

The final steps are for De-flashing to remove the flash or scrap, trimming the containers and delivering the containers outside the machine. 

Again if this might be a topic of your interest, please register via Zoom using the link below:

How to get a clean-room in less than 5 months

Hosted by Michael H. Bellm
President, Life Scientific
 

Presented by

Aseptic Enclosures

Webinar – January 7th, 2021

@10:00 AM CST

At Aseptic Enclosures, we are planning a presentation to review the design/build process for our Mobile cleanroom suites. Our typical application has been pharmacy USP 797/800 compliant builds. This Zoom session will be held next Thursday, 01/07/2021 at 10:00 am Central. It will last approximately 35 minutes + Q&A time.

Our mobile clean rooms are designed to be a permanent, fully furnished, fast and economical solution to the traditional “stick-built” approach. They have the added benefit of portability. We build the configurations in shipping containers which yields an impressively durable installation.

Vetromeccanica-The Key to Efficient Manufacturing – Conveyance

Hosted by Michael H. Bellm
President, Life
 

Presented by

Vetromeccanica Conveyance Solutions

Webinar – November 21, 2018

@11:45 AM CST

Tune in on November 21st for another broadcast of our Lunch and Learn Webinar series. On this broadcast we’ll be discussing a bit more on the conveyance that happens in your production facility. We have discovered something pretty groundbreaking and we decided to hare that with our attendees of our Free Thanksgiving special broadcast of our Webinar series.

Our Conveyance solution manufacturers, Vetromeccanica has discovered a way to cut the slack and difference of performance capabilities between machines on your production line simply with conveyance. It is important to know that conveyance is often overseen by production line designers and can easily become one of the biggest issues when it comes to maintaining an efficient production flow. It is very important for every facility managers to understand that putting a single conveyor to move stuff from machine A to machine B can be one of the easiest things to do, but if not calculated appropriately it can become one of the main setbacks to running as efficient as possible.