CRANE Launches New Interactive Module
CRANE ChemPharma Flow Solutions™ Launches New Interactive BioPharm Applications Module
Featuring interactive process maps of Bioreactors, CIP (Clean in Place), WFI (Water Distribution), Filtration and Chromatography, the module guides the user through Bio-Block valve configuration examples for improving cleanability and process fluid handling.
CRANE’s bundled solutions of trusted products (like those from the Saunders® brand) for the BioPharm, API (Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients), hygienic and industrial applications are highlighted throughout the module. Additionally, this online tool provides valuable training for distributors, engineers, and students on where and how complicated Bio-Block valves can be used within critical BioPharm processes.
“CRANE has dedicated significant resources toward industry education and the new CRANE BioPharm module is just another example of our commitment to that cause,” said Darin Palmer, Vertical Marketing Manager, CRANE ChemPharma Flow Solutions. “The tools offered through the module, like the interactive table of P&ID block orientations, have the ability to increase the speed and efficiency of valve selection for time sensitive BioPharm projects.”
While both comprehensive and accurate, the system and valve designs illustrated in the new CRANE ChemPharma BioPharm site module are suggestions only. Alternative flow paths of different block valve and/or two-way valve solutions may be preferred based on system requirements. However, CRANE does offer the service of customising a valve design that can directly address companies’ specific needs, outside the scope of the new BioPharm module, if needed.
Crane ChemPharma Flow Solutions
Tel: 01633 486 666
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