A Guide to Aseptic Filling in Pharmaceutical Engineering Projects – From Methods to Machinery

The term ‘septic’ comes from the Greek word ‘septikos’, meaning “characterized by putrefaction”, which refers to decomposition of flesh after death. However, today the word ‘Aseptic’ conveys freedom from any rot, filth, bacteria or viruses that could cause disease or death. The practices and procedures of aseptic techniques involve applying stringent protocols to minimise the…

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What if pharmaceutical engineering did not exist?

Imagine a group of artists performing on stage. There are fascinating lights, 3D screens, flawless music and sound systems in the backdrop. Behind this spectacle, exists a pool of skilled artisans and crew members. They all are work together diligently to win audience’s heart. As spectators, we don’t only remember the lead performers, but we…

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Fabtech’s Manufacturing Capability

Outsourced solutions are a popular choice amongst many organizations for their perceived benefits. However, contrary to this approach, in-house solutions offer closer access to performance, better control and supervision. It fosters stronger and clearer communication. As a pharma engineering expert, our in-house manufacturing capability maintains full ownership over our job and equipment’s overall performance and functioning. Through…

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Clean air is expensive. Arrest dust at source with De-dusting Tunnels

Dust plays havoc with clean conditions and results in expensive maintenance. Preventing the infiltration of dust at the point of entry of raw material with Fabtech’s De-dusting Tunnels results in substantial cost savings. Specialised manufacturing in industries like pharma, biotech, food and beverages, even semiconductors, defence and aerospace mandate sterile/clean environments where foreign particulate matters…

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Bridging The Gaps: Supporting Health In Vulnerable Countries

The world is divided by differences, both controllable and uncontrollable.  From a child born with a silver spoon in his mouth to a child whose parents are fighting hard to meet even the basic necessities of life, the world has rather been unfair and unequal. Yet, one human aspect where the world should be unanimous,…

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BARC – Planning and Powering our Projects

It is commonly believed that the people we surround ourselves with have a direct or an indirect bearing on our lives. Therefore, it has always been considered worthwhile to be in the company of like-minded people with whom we can comfortably identify. This holds true not only for individuals, but even for organisations, institutes or…

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Turnkey Pharmaceutical Projects – The Way Ahead For Your Next Project

Building a pharmaceutical facility involves complex processes and considerations. Most of these projects involve working with multiple vendors. Due to this very nature, such projects face several challenges. Below are some common problems encountered when dealing with many vendors: Ineffective Communication and Coordination – Managing multiple vendors necessitates effective communication and coordination. Gaps in timelines,…

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