Water for Injection
Puretech offers world leading solutions for the production of Water for Injection.
Puretech is the market leader in designing and engineering systems to produce Water for Injection (WFI). We have solutions to suit all WFI requirements that meet all worldwide standards whether its obtained via distillation or membrane technology.
Water for Injection (WFI) is widely used in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries, in production but also for washing equipment, vessels etc. WFI is a higher quality than purified water and has it’s own standards set out by the worldwide pharmacopoeias (European Pharmacopoeia, United States Pharmacopoeia, Japanese Pharmacopoeia, etc.).
There are many things to consider when choosing your WFI generation system. Whether the water is to be used hot or cold or a mixture of both? What are the local gas, water and electricity costs? What’s the Capital Expenditure budget?
Puretech has a technology to suit all our clients needs, steam heated Stills or electrically heated Stills, as well as membrane technology systems.
Our Multi-effect Stills comply with all worldwide standards and have been designed where the energy saving distillation has been combined with pure steam generation for increased flexibility and cost reduction.
GENESYS WFI (thermal sanitisation)
GENESYS is the ultimate water purification system – a thermal sanitisation system that provides a single source solution for taking softened water to Water for Injection quality.
OASYS (chemical sanitisation)
OASYS is a chemical sanitisation system that provides a single source solution for taking softened water to Water for Injection quality. Find out more.
AstraZeneca Research and Development Centre
Puretech engineered and installed a purified water to system at the AstraZeneca Research and Development Centre, Cambridge, taking raw water from the mains through purification using OASYS units. The purified water, which is stored in a 5000-litre tank, is distributed via a stainless-steel ring main to user points in the laboratories.