USP 800 Update: Keep Informed, Keep Safe


Sep 05, 2017

USP 800 Update: Keep Informed, Keep Safe
In July 2018, USP 800 will be officially enforced by local, state, and federal regulatory agencies that will require compounding pharmacies to comply, or otherwise face a hefty fine or even closure. Hazardous drugs must be compounded in a proper containment primary engineering control (C-PEC) such as biosafety cabinet (BSC) or compounding aseptic containment isolator (CACI) that is externally vented and located in an ISO Class 7 cleanroom.
 
Time is running out, but you can rely on Esco for a one-stop shop for equipment to comply to USP 800.

 

PRIMARY ENGINEERING CONTROLS

Airstream Class II Type A2 Biological Safety Cabinet

Streamline Containment Aseptic Isolator

Airstream® Class II Type A2 Biological Safety Cabinet, NSF 49-Certified Streamline® Containment Aseptic Containment  Isolator

 

Compact size, to fit your existing space Fully enclosed work area for enhanced protection
Low Noise and low-energy consumption Fast recovery to ISO Class 3 after door opening
Enhanced filtration and stable airflow Integrated waste bin for efficient workflow

 


 

Cleanroom Air Shower Infinity Transfer Hatch
Esco Cleanroom Airshowers Infinity® Cleanroom Transfer Hatch

 

Quickly remove contaminants from gown Interlocking doors to prevent air passage
Proven efficiency in particle removal Easy-to-clean full stainless-steel construction
Customizable size and door opening Easy installation and operation

 

Esco trusted and reliable partner in USP 800 Compliance
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