Comparative Studies | Pharmaceutical Science | India | Volume 7 Issue 10, October 2018
Material Compatibility Study of IMAGO & Getter Disinfectants
Imran Memon, Tahur Shaikh, Idris Khan, Surjeet Samanta
Abstract: The study was aimed to evaluate different materials mostly present in Pharma manufacturing industries, cleanrooms, Healthcare, Institution etc. for resistance to disinfectant chemicals, simulating performance in potential end use environments. Disinfectant chemicals can include commonly used chemical compound or in combination of two or more compounds that the test material may be expected to come in contact with. Different disinfectants are not compatible with all types of surfaces. The disinfectants must not damage the material to which they are applied to and can cause corrosion or discoloration . Control is important for product safety and cost factor to the end users. The test includes provisions for reporting changes in weight, dimensions, appearance and strength properties. Provisions are made for various exposure times and strain conditions. The simple test procedure was developed compared to as described in Chemical Compatibility - ASTM D543 Standard.
Keywords: Pharma industries, cleanrooms, Disinfectant chemicals, Material compatibility, Chemical compatibility
Edition: Volume 7 Issue 10, October 2018,
Pages: 1402 - 1406
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Imran Memon, Tahur Shaikh, Idris Khan, Surjeet Samanta, "Material Compatibility Study of IMAGO & Getter Disinfectants", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=ART20192278, Volume 7 Issue 10, October 2018, 1402 - 1406
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