Sterilization Systems

Sterilization Systems
Product Description

Telstar has extensive experience in designing solutions for all types of applications, especially in the pharmaceutical industry and medical device sector.

In these industries, standards established for the production of sterile products are continuously becoming higher and require the manufacturer to be able to document the repeatability of the cycles and the full control of the equipment and its functions, that is, validate its processes.

On the other hand, the tendency towards parametrically releasing the manufactured batch to avoid quarantine at the end of terminal sterilization, results in these standards no longer being seen as an obligation but rather as a source of competitive advantage for the manufacturer.

Telstar sterilizers are designed to offer customers these advantages.
https://www.telstar.com/pharma-production-equipment/sterilisation-autoclaves/

Telstar

  • ES
  • 2016
    On CPHI since
  • 1
    Certificates
  • 500 - 999
    Employees
Company types
Consultancy
Engineering
Machinery and Equipment Supplier/Manufacturer
Manufacturer/Innovator
Primary activities
Cleanroom Technology
Laboratory, Analytical, Biotechnology Equipment
Other
Specifications
  • CAS Registry Number
    0000-00-0
  • Supplied from
    Spain

Telstar

  • ES
  • 2016
    On CPHI since
  • 1
    Certificates
  • 500 - 999
    Employees
Company types
Consultancy
Engineering
Machinery and Equipment Supplier/Manufacturer
Manufacturer/Innovator
Primary activities
Cleanroom Technology
Laboratory, Analytical, Biotechnology Equipment
Other

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