What WFI Water for Injection means in Europe rather than in Japan or US? Which one is better between vapor compression or multiple effect distillation? Reverse osmosis systems can produce cold WFI? There are differences between sterile and bacteriostatic wfi? What are the values of reverse osmosis, ultrafiltration or UV treatment? All these technologies are part of our core business, so these pages offer a concrete knowledge of the leading considerations in pharmaceutical field. We hope to be useful not only for our customers, but also for the many students asking us questions about the different grades of water used in biotechnologies and in pharmaceutical applications. To discover all types of pharmaceutical water in this website: WFI and compendial waters in pharmacopoeias
To produce Water for Injection (WFI) you need a distiller; USP admits also “a purification process that is equivalent or superior to distillation in the removal of chemicals and microorganisms” (like Reverse Osmosis coupled with electro-deionization, nanofiltration and, downstream, ultrafiltration). To discover how to get WFI in this website: Methods to produce Water for Injection
Going to visit our main web site (bram-cor.com), you can discover BRAM-COR expertise in many types of pharmaceutical equipment, from water treatment to processing and filling. Therefore WFI equipment manufacturing starts from those International Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) that are common to all BRAM-COR machinery.