Case Study

Monitoring Laser Power Helps This Biopharmaceutical Company Comply With Governmental Norms

Gentec-EO - fill and finish

Amidst the relentless global demand for vaccines, the imperative to uphold stringent medical safety standards in biopharmaceutical processes remains paramount. In this critical landscape, the precision of laser-based fill and finish systems becomes indispensable, particularly in sealing vials containing biopharmaceutical compounds like vaccines using a low-medium power near-infrared laser.

The automated process involves a mere 3-second burst of laser energy, initiating a photochemical reaction crucial for effective sealing. The stakes are exceptionally high for the customer operating in the biopharmaceutical industry, where even the slightest procedural lapse could result in significant human and financial costs, including potential contamination of vials and ensuing lawsuits.

In light of these challenges, Gentec-EO's laser beam measurement experts were sought to provide solutions. The hurdles included the need for rapid and compact integration into the system, precision in measuring the short burst of laser power, calibration at a specific power level and wavelength, and adherence to regulatory compliance. Discover how the tailored solutions offered the customer distinct advantages in quality control, calibration, compliance, and cost savings.

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Gentec Electro-Optics, Inc.