Cleaning In Place- CIP
In any sterile pharma & Bio pharma processing, Process contamination or product contamination can happen from batch to batch of same product, batch to batch of two different products. Removal and cleaning of residues/traces from the completed batches and ensuring that the manufacturing process vessels, auxiliary systems and interconnecting process piping are free from any cross contamination is one of the most critical aspect of any process. Hence effective, consistent, scalable, user friendly, in line with GMP norms and cost-effective design of CIP is very crucial.
With the pharma & Biopharma industry getting matured day by day with constant check by regulatory bodies and the trend of designing multiproduct manufacturing facility requires an articulate approach to ensure cleaning & sterility of the systems.
With our endeavor to help end user with customized options of CIP designing with BAPS’s value added process inputs to suit their process, layouts & budget requirements, we offer all possible CIP solutions to the client. It gives complete flexibility to client to select suitable solution.
- Master /central CIP station and local recirculation
- One tank/two tank system with/without dosing of cleaning agents
- One tank/two tank system with/without heat exchanger
- One tank/two tank system with/without jacket
- Mobile CIP recirculation trolley with /without preparation vessel
- Mobile CIP recirculation trolley with /without HEX
- Mobile CIP recirculation trolley with /without dosing of cleaning agents
- Tankless CIP recirculation Trolley.
- Two tank systems with two pumps for supply & return of CIP
- Two pump systems with independent loops of cleaning agents and local recirculation.
- Mobile One Tank System with Local Recirculation
- Smart design of a combo unit of CIP & SIP in one system skid.
- Complete automated CIP: Most reliable, controlled & consistent performance without any intervention from operator.
- Semi-automated: Reliable, consistent in performance but requires certain level of manual intervention.
- Complete manual option: Not reliable, not consistent as it is directly depending on the skill set of the operator.