Industrial water treatment systems need to perform certain steps before the water is usable. If these steps are not taken, the water can be unusable and unsafe for customers. This includes pre-treatment of the water, which usually requires injection of sterile water. Using sterile water for injection is important, as it gets rid of many of the chemicals sometimes found in untreated water. Injection treatment systems make sure the water is as pure as possible, regardless of its intended use.
Keeping Water Safe and Usable
Water treatment systems specifically designed for the biotech and pharmaceutical industries are specialized systems, and there are many companies that can develop and install these systems, including the pharmaceutical water that is needed for pre-treatment of the systems. Many of these companies offer a system that undergoes a heat sanitization cycle, which gets the temperature up and destroys dangerous chemicals in the water. With these unique systems, chemicals are automatically removed each time they are started up so the water remains chemical free at all times.
Companies that make these systems also offer up-to-date technologies for water production, reverse osmosis (RO), sanitization, UV pre-treatment, and continuous electro deionization (CEDI), as well as other treatments for systems in specialized industries. They usually offer treatment package systems that include chemical- and media-free RO feed water that requires no additional treatment. In addition, many of these systems are made with a small carbon footprint in a compact design that provides the best service and little maintenance. The only maintenance, in fact, involves replacement of the UV lamps in the system once a year – a small price to pay for such a competent system.
High-quality water systems for the biopharmaceutical industry require companies experienced enough to provide all types of treatment and pre-treatment services to these delicate systems. Fortunately, there are companies that can provide everything you need for these systems to function the way they should. Since these systems must comply with certain national regulations, companies providing pharmaceutical water and other products needed to comply with these regulations must be knowledgeable enough to provide these services competently, preferably at a reasonable cost.