Kaiser hosts a series of complimentary webinar presentations which demonstrate Raman Spectroscopy-based solutions. Hear from real customers and their success stories using Kaiser Raman analyzers and instruments. Examples of Research Raman, Analytical Raman, Process Raman, In Situ Raman, Industrial Raman, Remote Raman, and Raman Imaging and Microscopy are available during these sessions. We invite you to register for an upcoming webinar of interest, or view previous archives. Kaiser Webinar Archives are available in the sidebar -- see what you've been missing!
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Raman Spectroscopy Part IV: Raman in the Plant Environment: The Final Challenges
The spectroscopy road traveled, which begins at the early stages of pharmaceutical development, winds its way through Quality by Design (QbD) and scale-up, ultimately reaching the point of manufacturing, can be a long, challenging, yet rewarding journey. This road includes addressing challenges ranging from training new employees in fundamental spectroscopy to ensuring that all data meets regulatory guidelines.
The final stages are no less demanding. Installation of a spectrometer on a plant floor, and the collection of data either at the production point or remotely have been discussed in previous presentations. The road does not end there, as other considerations exist. Safety, a primary concern, is ensured through careful planning, which includes a full understanding of both the application environment and the resulting instrument probe specifications. Documented certifications for the instruments and probes is critical to meet safety system compliance.
Additional details to be presented will include concerns regarding storage and installation, all aspects of documentation, and added safety precautions. This final presentation in a four part series will assist you in designing a well-planned approach to enabling Raman PAT in the manufacturing world.
AIR DATE: June 2, 2016
Name: Dr. John Wasylyk
Name: Mark Lindrud
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