Successful Wetting for Filter Integrity Testing in Volume-Restricted Systems
Posted on February 10, 2020
Filters with a qualified retention for bacteria, mycoplasma or viruses are commonly used in many pharmaceutical processes. In a validated GMP process, these filters must be routinely tested for integrity. The automated test instruments used for filter integrity testing have a very sensitive measurement system and are capable of detecting almost all conditions, where external influences could jeopardize the validity of the test result. Apart from temperature fluctuations, filter wetting has become the main factor to cause false failures during the filter integrity test. Download Pall’s application note here for Expert guidance for successful wetting of your filters.
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