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For many years hands-washing vials or using some sort of a “dishwasher” has been the standard practice in most compounding pharmacies. However, washing vials manually is not only time consuming, it is inconsistent, it often fails to remove contaminants and yields results that cannot be validated. How does one achieve a validatable process? Automate it. This is the only way. Machines are consistent, they repeat the same process over and over again and they guarantee that vials have been cleaned not only for the safety of patients, but within the FDA standards and requirements.

FEATURED PRODUCTS FOR COMPOUNDING PHARMACIES

The Compounding Pharmacist's RW-250 Vial Washer

Dimensions 127x114cm Purpose Low speed, semi-automatic pharmaceutical and biotech applications Vial Range 2-100ml..

The Compounding Pharmacist's Sterilization Tunnel

Dimensions Varies depending on model Purpose Fully automatic sterilization/depyrogenation tunnels for vials, syringes and..

The Compounding Pharmacist's FSC-1R Aseptic Filler

Dimensions xx Purpose Designed for aseptic applications in a class-100 environment Vial Range 2-100ml ..

The Compounding Pharmacist’s Full Aseptic Vial Processing Line

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KEEPING YOUR PATIENTS SAFE...

...SP PennTech's mission and expertise.

Ensuring the safety and effectiveness of customized medications is a key priority of compounding pharmacists for protecting patients. However, there are still more than half of a million adverse medication-related events reported every single year to the FDA. This is estimated to be only 10% of all actual adverse events, according to estimates published by the FDA and Adverse Events, Inc. Read More ›
AN EXPERIENCED AND DYNAMIC ENGINEERING COMPANY...

...SP PennTech Masters the Simplicity of Design

The objective of vial washing is to remove particulate matter and microorganisms. Traditional vial washers have many moving parts (grippers with springs, penetrating spray needles, chains, and moving rods) in the washing chamber, all of which, generate particulate matter. SP PennTech washers have only two moving parts in their washing chamber and their main drive is servo-driven. Read More ›