For pharmaceutical related processes, steam is indispensable to a huge range of plant and high-purity applications.
So when it comes to minimising your contamination risk, you need a steam system that’s designed, built and validated to deliver optimum performance.
This infographic explains best practice tips for specifying steam traps in processes that require high levels of sterility such as fermenters or bioreactors.
About the Author – Angelo GiambroneAngelo has built a wealth of experience in steam over the last 30 years. He joined Spirax Sarco as a technical sales engineer, working with steam-users across the industry spectrum and developing a varied application knowledge. As part of the Engineered Systems team, his focus moved towards identifying energy-saving schemes and delivering packaged solutions into the market. In recent years he has worked in Business Development, looking at how Spirax Sarco can best work with customers. His ongoing involvement with pharmaceuticals led to him recently being appointed as Regional Business Development Manager for the Healthcare sector in Northern Europe, which entails responsibilities in both the pharmaceutical and hospital fields.
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