Christian Dunne

Christian Dunne is the Global Product Manager for ChargePoint Technology for the Aseptic range of products.

For the past 15 years Christian has been creating innovative solutions for the Pharmaceutical, Biotech, Cell Therapy and Fine Chemical industries in the form of High Containment and Aseptic process solutions. His technical expertise experience includes supplying High Containment Isolators down to low nanogram levels; Grade A (ISO5) Sampling & Dispensing facilities, together with R&D / Production filling line RABs & Isolators.

For the past 4 years Christian has been working with Chargepoint Technology on the advancement of their Split Butterfly range of solutions in the aseptic and containment fields, handling high potent/sterile powders and small scale components, where both product and operator protection are paramount.

While working on many Aseptic applications, Christian integrated a number of different Bio decontamination systems and consequently has an in-depth understanding of their performance and application. This knowledge was key to the development of the now established ChargePoint Bio valve, used for the transfer of sterile powders in the industry.

Christian is an active member of ISPE and PHSS.

Preventing Contamination During Sterile Powder Transfer

11 April 2017

Find out the results of our latest testing to qualify Chlorine Dioxide (CD) gas as an alternative to H202 for decontamination in our AseptiSafe Bio valve.

Aseptic Manufacturing Trends & Challenges

11 April 2017

Christian Dunne, Global Product Manager for AseptiSafe at ChargePoint joined leaders from Recipharm and Symbiosis Pharmaceutical Services to address key trends and challenges in the Aseptic manufacturing market.

Why split butterfly valves owe a lot to rocket science

07 July 2016

A revolutionary leap has been made in modern biotech and the thinking behind it is, in fact, rocket science.

ChargePoint Technology is using a hydrogen peroxide vapour cycle in split butterfly valve devices. The AseptiSafe transfer system produces a classified area the size of a dinner-plate and its very compact size means that the need for the highest classification cleanrooms and isolators is lessening.

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