Streamline New Product Introductions with Master Soils

Sharnez, Rizwan
November 2009
Journal of Validation Technology;Autumn2009, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p24
Academic Journal
This article addresses issues related to cleaning that impact clean-in-place (CIP) cycle development, new product introductions (NPIs), and validation of multiproduct equipment. These operations present some unique and complex challenges. A relatively simple strategy for overcoming these challenges is presented. The strategy is based on using worst-case non-process soils to facilitate cycle development and streamline cleaning validation. The non-process soils are formulated with representative raw materials and are designed to provide an optimal worst-case cleaning challenge.


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