Video
22 Oct 2021

Packaging Considerations for Radiation Processing with Photons and Electrons

This webinar will address:

  • Treatment of packaging material with photon and electron radiation is an essential part of the sterilization process. The effect of irradiation on these materials is crucial for packaging engineering to understand the material effects.
  • Many polymers used in the medical and pharmaceutical fields show some degree of degradation after radiation exposure, which can be determined either by visual or physical measurement.
  • What mechanical properties are important, how are they tested and what degree of degradation might be allowed?
  • This presentation contains a brief overview of ionizing radiation, and how it interacts with materials. Packaging considerations for gamma/X-Ray/electron beam radiations will be reviewed.

This webinar originally aired as part of Pharmapack Europe 2021

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