|Published (Last):||16 January 2004|
|PDF File Size:||20.55 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||16.76 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
VISION Over the years, Fedegari has diversified its production, creating products upstream and downstream sterilization and bio-decontamination units, isolators, washers and automated systems for environmental contamination control. A unique characteristic of Fedegari is the extreme verticalization of the company, which has always refused the idea of assembling sophisticated sterilizers and other machines with standard components COTS designed for multiple applications, building everything in-house.
This has allowed, after many years of field experience, to control technology through in-depth knowledge of the machines and processes and the constant innovation of our products. Today Fedegari is able to provide turnkey solutions, assisting the customer from the design phase and accompanying it up to the validation of the process itself. Another interesting development is Thema4 process controller installed on all sterilizers, bio-decontamination units and any other Fedegari machines isolators , washers , washer-sterilizers , etc.
Thema4 is the only process controller developed from the beginning to satisfy the most stringent requirements of the pharmaceutical industry. Sterilizers, bio-decontamination units and other Fedegari machines are distributed throughout the world by a network of local integrators able to ensure the operation and after-sales support during the entire life cycle of the machine.
In the company opened a new production unit in Bedano — the current offices — on a built-up area of m2 and transferred there all activities related to standard machines laboratory sterilizers and glassware washing units.
The critical components of the lab sterilizers and washers are manufactured in Italy. In this way, standard machines also benefit from the experience acquired with complex applications, offering a performance that is unthinkable for companies operating only in a single market segment.
Besides the lab sterilizers with horizontal or vertical chambers and glassware washing units, Fedegari SUISSE SA offers services of technical consultancy, installation, validation, maintenance and training on sterilization and washing processes. In view of the specific nature of the sterilization market, Fedegari SUISSE SA employs a dedicated international commercial network that includes representatives and dealers with their own after-sales support centers.
Fedegari has been operating in the US market since the early s. Due to the uniqueness of this market and the high strategic value of local references, in Fedegari opened in Dublin, PA a local branch capable of interacting directly with Customers in order to better understand specific requirements of the sterilization and decontamination markets and offer all after sales services without middlemen.
In , Fedegari has completed the construction of a new state-of-the-art facility in Sellersville, PA with an innovative Technology Center to interact with customers from the processes experimentation to professional training on cleaning and sterile processes.
These emerging markets currently have the highest rate of growth and therefore require dedicated support. The local office provides commercial support as well as direct and indirect after-sales service where our representatives are already operating.
By doing so, Fedegari is capable of interacting directly with customers whenever the specific nature of a project requires particular skills. In , Fedegari Asia opened a new branch in Shanghai, China. The new branch provides technical assistance to the many local customers who have been working with Fedegari process equipment for years. With this office, Fedegari seeks to provide closer support to German-speaking customers.
In addition, Fedegari GmbH provides after-sales support services with qualified local technical staff. Considering the geographical proximity to the mother company, experimentation on products and processes is conducted in Italy with the support of German personnel.
In this way the company can be closer to Russian customers for sales and after sales assistance. The growing complexity of machines and processes requires specific in-depth skill experience. The offer of services ranges from the installation and startup of machines to qualification, validation, support, process optimization up to on-site training and design consulting.
All this is done with a practical approach and with a level of competence that other service companies will never be able to offer. For further information, visit the website www. Small and flexible, New Inox provides several structural items designed for Fedegari products and services for mechanical maintenance and installation on installed machines.
The New Inox team is composed of specialized workers and technicians trained at Fedegari. This training is indeed what allows to offer services of an extremely high level for activities that are often considered of little value. Especially on large machines, or in the case of revamping projects, these skills ensure the safe and reliable operation of every machine.
FOF – SATURATED STEAM STERILIZER
VISION Over the years, Fedegari has diversified its production, creating products upstream and downstream sterilization and bio-decontamination units, isolators, washers and automated systems for environmental contamination control. A unique characteristic of Fedegari is the extreme verticalization of the company, which has always refused the idea of assembling sophisticated sterilizers and other machines with standard components COTS designed for multiple applications, building everything in-house. This has allowed, after many years of field experience, to control technology through in-depth knowledge of the machines and processes and the constant innovation of our products. Today Fedegari is able to provide turnkey solutions, assisting the customer from the design phase and accompanying it up to the validation of the process itself.
FEDEGARI AUTOCLAVE PDF
If this expression is converted into a chart, with log N as the function of t, Diagram 1 is obtained: Diagram 1 Here we see that a constant percentage reduction of the concentration of viable micro-organism occurs for each arbitrary time interval t. We can therefore draw a first conclusion: The time required to reduce the micro-organism concentration to any pre-set value is the function of its initial concentration. The sterilization reaction is therefore neither an "all-or-nothing" process nor a "potential barrier" process as was once thought. It is immediately evident that the result of sterilization at constant temperature can be very different depending on the D-value of the contaminating microbial species or on the largest D-value, in case of mixed contamination. Diagram 2 1. In fact, three minutes would be the necessary time to reduce the microbial population to a single surviving micro-organism if the initial population were ten times larger than the one at issue.
Even the external structure of the machines is altered with respect to the previous generation: the technical area meant to accomodate the actuators and the control equipment is in fact larger, in order to allow to install all the electrical, electronic and fluids piping devices required to perform the various processes. The technical area now also includes a small independent electrical steam generator which is equipped with a pump for automatically feeding the deionized water. Therefore, the steam required for the process is no longer produced inside the sterilization chamber or inside the jacket but is supplied constantly by the generator. This solution offers significant advantages, such as reduction of bad Bottom view of cover, dearly showing the centrifugal fan and the plate heat exchanger of the forced cooling cycle.