Process solutions for biotech and pharmaceuticals

We don’t just adapt to your needs and develop tailor-made solutions for you – we also produce individual equipment in-house, including containers or isolators, enabling us to provide you with an ideal overall concept. The Waldner Process Systems’ product range is broad-based, meeting all your individual applications:

  • Production and processing of active and highly active pharmaceutical ingredients (API and HAPI)
  • Production and processing of cytostatics for chemotherapy drugs
  • Vaccine production
  • Processing of blood plasma
  • Buffer and media batching
  • Preparation of aseptic liquid forms (infusion solutions / parenteralia)
  • Cleaning processes (Clean in place CIP / Sterilise in place SIP)

 

Process solutions

Designing the systems

Designing the systems

Our engineers and technicians work together at the start of a project to develop high-quality and integrated process solutions. Their project experience and specific knowledge enable them to design the system to optimise productivity and maintenance, which, in turn, is also optimised for users – for maximum cost-effective and technical safety of users. System production and peripherals are optimised, with skids and package units ensuring a quick assembly and a safe commissioning process.

Safety and hygiene

Our pipework is generally orbitally welded, tested using endoscopic procedures and supplied with appropriate pharmaceutical documentation. Pipework and connections comply with DIN 1866 or DIN 11864 hygiene standards.

 Products

Batching systems

Our core expertise also includes the batching of liquid products or buffer solutions, if required in conjunction with our isolators or a suitable solids handling unit. We also specialise in the mixing and handling of high-viscosity or aseptic products.

Batching systems

CIP systems

Boilers, containers, reaction vessels and pipework must be capable of being cleaned in place and without disassembly, wherever there are critical hygiene requirements. Clean-in-place systems usually form an integral functional element to ensure that the cleaning results can be reproduced easily and in compliance with the strictest hygiene standards.

CIP systems
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