Pharmaceutical Equipment and Instrumentation

Instruments involve conception, design, construction, and operation of research facilities and manufacturing plants, where they also are involved in the conception, design, scale-up, manufacturing, and labelling and packaging processes, exchangers in the conversion of chemical and biological materials into valuable pharmaceuticals and pharmaceutical therapies and transportation of fluids. They have to implement FDA regulations, validation assurance (VA), quality control, and maintain Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) compliant facilities. In addition to the safety of the end product, they have to maintain a level of personal and environmental safety. Parameter extraction is an important part of model development

During the 60's and 70's the pharmaceutical industry mostly imported machines from Europe for their processing and packaging needs. But the mid 70's saw the country going through a severe shortage of foreign exchange and therefore the Indian government introduced very high import duties and restrictive import licensing policies. This forced all the pharmaceutical companies to encourage some Indian engineering enterprises to manufacture machines locally. This was perhaps the only route for the pharmaceutical industry to enhance production and cater to the growing demands of the domestic market.

  • Transportation of Fluids
  • Exchangers
  • Evaporators and Condensers
  • Distillation and Filtration Equipments
  • Dryers and Mixers
  • Size Reduction and Separation Equipments
  • Extraction Equipment and Procedures
  • Materials of Construction

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