Pharmaceutical Water: System Design, Operation, and Validation

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Taylor & Francis, Sep 30, 1998 - Medical - 694 pages
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From chemical and biological purity requirements, to system design and its impact on water purity, to the requirements and restrictions imposed by the regulators, this book comprehensively covers the unique water requirements of the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries. Beginning with a brief overview of the theory and application of the technology, William Collentro clarifies the seemingly overwhelming engineering aspects as he discusses design considerations, operation, maintenance, validation, and regulatory-related topics bases upon personal experience with more than 400 pharmaceutical and related water purification systems. His extensive field experience and the numerous case studies recounted in this book ensure that all relevant aspects of pharmaceutical water technology are thoroughly explained in a clear, concise style.


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