Instrument technology moves into process development labs

Simplifying product development, scale-up and regulatory record-keeping

Calibration in the lab with pH sensor CPS171D ©Endress+Hauser

Regulatory authorities require drug manufacturers to continuously review and improve instrument calibration and verification procedures. Compliance is checked at regular intervals and is required at all stages of drug development including process development (PD) laboratories, clinical trials, pilot plants and large-scale manufacturing. A drug company has to keep records on instruments. Today, modern instruments have built-in technology to simplify compliance and verification.

Learn more about:

  • Lab calibration

  • Plant calibration

  • Multipurpose sensors (pH and conductivity)

  • Memosens technology

  • Traceable verification reports