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ChargePoint AseptiSafe® Sterile Transfer Valves

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ChargePoint AseptiSafe® range of transfer valves offers optimised product quality with increased sterility assurance, a simple in-process sterilisation and high containment performance for hazardous products

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Product information

ChargePoint’s aseptic powder transfer valves offer increased sterility assurance when handling sensitive ingredients and small components in fill/finish aseptic processing and biotech sterile API production.

The ChargePoint AseptiSafe® range provides multiple benefits to the user and the product process including

  • Maintaining critical area integrity
  • Removing the need for high air class control areas and cumbersome PPE
  • Toxic powder processing whilst ensuring the safety of your personnel and a dust free environment
  • Maximising yield transfer for poorly flowing and high value product

Several alternative methods of sterilising the ChargePoint AseptiSafe® valve contact and sealing faces are available to meet the critical area and process set-up requirements of our customers.

ChargePoint AseptiSafe®

  • Sterilisation method: autoclave or/and SIP (steam in place)
  • Offers a simple upgrade to GMP requirements in existing or new facilities
  • SIP prior to material transfer
  • Ideal for installation in higher grade cleanrooms with Isolator/RABS or existing LAF or other higher air class control systems

ChargePoint AseptiSafe® pro

Sterilisation method: SIP/ISO5 HEPA LAF

  • In-board ports direct clean Grade A air directly across the valve interface
  • Remote filter/fan unit supplies air to the terminal HEPA filter positioned next to the valve interface
  • Can be used for high containment dust control with dust particulate collected from the second port and returned to air filtration in a closed loop system
  • The active unit uses SIP with the use of a passive unit.
  • The two valve halves are docked together.
  • The active unit is the driving half of the valve. Once operated the disc will open to allow the transfer of material through the valve. The active and passive interface is sealed to ensure no material can penetrate the critical area. Once the transfer has taken place the valve is closed.
  • The active and passive units are then unlocked and undocked revealing the previously closed interfaces ensuring a clean transfer.
ProcessesProducts
Vessel chargingBulk powders
Isolator / RABS filling and dispensingIntermediates
Dryer dischargeActive ingredients
Autoclave – component load/unloadingComponents (e.g. stoppers)
Transfer to filling lineToxic/potent materials
Buffer prep
Sampling

  • Overview

    ChargePoint’s aseptic powder transfer valves offer increased sterility assurance when handling sensitive ingredients and small components in fill/finish aseptic processing and biotech sterile API production.

    The ChargePoint AseptiSafe® range provides multiple benefits to the user and the product process including

    • Maintaining critical area integrity
    • Removing the need for high air class control areas and cumbersome PPE
    • Toxic powder processing whilst ensuring the safety of your personnel and a dust free environment
    • Maximising yield transfer for poorly flowing and high value product

    Several alternative methods of sterilising the ChargePoint AseptiSafe® valve contact and sealing faces are available to meet the critical area and process set-up requirements of our customers.

    ChargePoint AseptiSafe®

    • Sterilisation method: autoclave or/and SIP (steam in place)
    • Offers a simple upgrade to GMP requirements in existing or new facilities
    • SIP prior to material transfer
    • Ideal for installation in higher grade cleanrooms with Isolator/RABS or existing LAF or other higher air class control systems

    ChargePoint AseptiSafe® pro

    Sterilisation method: SIP/ISO5 HEPA LAF

    • In-board ports direct clean Grade A air directly across the valve interface
    • Remote filter/fan unit supplies air to the terminal HEPA filter positioned next to the valve interface
    • Can be used for high containment dust control with dust particulate collected from the second port and returned to air filtration in a closed loop system
  • How it works
    • The active unit uses SIP with the use of a passive unit.
    • The two valve halves are docked together.
    • The active unit is the driving half of the valve. Once operated the disc will open to allow the transfer of material through the valve. The active and passive interface is sealed to ensure no material can penetrate the critical area. Once the transfer has taken place the valve is closed.
    • The active and passive units are then unlocked and undocked revealing the previously closed interfaces ensuring a clean transfer.
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