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A history review and guide to barrier systems

‘Barrier system’ is a term generally used to describe a physical and aerodynamic barrier between the ambient clean room and the area where the fill and closing process of the containers actually happens. In general, we distinguish between two types of barriers: …more


Short delivery meets high flexibility

As COVID-19 makes its way around the world, Syntegon Technology has a lot going on behind the scenes to support this ever-changing situation. Along with the research and development efforts for novel vaccines, Syntegon is providing solid solutions regarding fill-finish.

Syntegon developed and offers a highly flexible, medium output …more



Syntegon Delivers Yet Another State-of-the-Art Filling Line for Animal Health Pharmaceuticals

The Minneapolis plant of Syntegon is proud to announce the delivery of its latest animal health pharmaceuticals filling line featuring a closed restricted access barrier system for ultimate operator protection.

Animals play an integral part of our lives, from the food we eat, to our companions.  No matter what role animals play in our lives, their health is important.  Whether protecting the herd from bovine respiratory disease or treating Fido’s kennel cough, the medicines that keep animal populations healthy …more


Updated supply chain for single-use systems

Changes are coming for many peristaltic PreVAS system users.  In order to support you with single-use solutions, Syntegon has extended our cooperation with Sartorius Stedim Biotech.  Moving forward, Sartorius will directly supply current and future peristaltic single-use systems to end users, shortening the supply chain.  This includes direct order placement to Sartorius and direct shipments from Sartorius.  Questions concerning single-use system materials (i.e. certificates, bag, extractables, etc.) …more


Vaccines 101 and Syntegon’s Fill-Finish Portfolio

In the midst of our current, ever-changing worldwide coronavirus crisis, the word on everyone’s mind is vaccine.  Never before have the world’s scientific and pharmaceutical communities felt such a collective rush to bring life-saving vaccines to market. In today’s post, our resident filling systems and single-use technology expert, Dr. Laura Moody, provides an overview of the different types of vaccines, how they work, and how Syntegon’s fill-finish portfolio supports clinical and commercial manufacturing.

 

The intention behind a vaccine is to train the body’s immune cells …more


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