Surface Characterization - Stevanato Group
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Surface Characterization - Stevanato Group
Stevanato Group provide the characterization of the physico-chemical properties of surfaces to assess the container performance when in contact with the drug product.
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Surface Characterization

Many surfaces come in contact with the pharmaceutical product during its lifecycle. Our analytical experts can conduct a deep characterization of the physical-chemical properties of the surfaces, to correctly evaluate the container performance and the feedback when in contact with the drug product. The container surface investigation provides essential information to corroborate the physico-chemical performance of the system.

Capabilities and testing

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Surfaces Morphology Characterization and Imaging
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Defects Investigation
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Silicone Layer Characterization
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Contamination Identification
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Material Characterization

Analytical techniques:

  • FE-SEM-EDX: High-Resolution Imaging and Elemental Analysis,
  • RapID Layer Explorer/Bouncer: Silicone Layer Thickness and Distribution
  • ZebraSci FLEX: Silicone Coverage
  • FT-IR Spectrometer: Organic Compounds/Materials
  • FT-IR Microscope: Organic Compounds/Materials at Trace Level
  • Optical Microscopes (Light, Stereo and DIC Microscopy): Surface and Material Imaging
  • Contact angle measurements: wettability of the surfaces and materials
The achievement of a proper silicone layer formation on glass primary packaging is crucial in developing robust parenteral/device/combination products that are stable during their shelf life and delivery to the patient. This webinar will focus on optimizing the silicone spraying process on glass barrels by combining a mathematical modeling approach and experimental data. We will share our DOE approach to optimize the silicone spraying process, the mathematical model, and experimental results. We will also discuss outcomes on silicon layer stability. Finally, we will present an overview of analytical capabilities in terms of silicon layer characterization and performance, focusing on customized case studies.
ON DEMAND
60 min
English
Webinar
Silicone Layer in Glass Primary Packaging

stability and optimization through a combined approach

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