Reactive-to-Proactive Process Monitoring in Pharmaceutical Waters:

Meeting the Evolving Requirements of Pharmaceutical Waters with Proactive Process Control

March 17th, 2021 • 10 am. PT, 1 p.m. ET

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In pharmaceutical water process monitoring, there is a need to change operating philosophy from reactive to proactive. This provides better transparency and increases the ability to better control water quality. Real time, continuous feedback on TOC ensures that TOC content of water remains low and can eliminate the struggle with biofilm formation and the risks it presents in pharma water quality.

The importance of true real time methods for not only TOC, but also conductivity and bioburden vs a "trap and read" method, eliminates delayed results and water waste. It can also reduce overall cost and effort but ensures control of the water system and higher quality output.

Using continuous trending of water system data for TOC, conductivity and bioburden measurements allows for focus on preventing bioburden growth and biofilm formation – which ultimately provides quick risk assessment to prevent undetected issues and avoid production shutdowns.

In this webinar you’ll learn:

• Real-time TOC, Conductivity/Resistivity, temperature and microbial process information provides better transparency

• On line sampling is faster, reliable, easier and cost-effective measurement

• Sudden system upsets, can be detected immediately and the length of time the upset is in place can be determined through trending data

Who should attend:

• Microbiologists 

• Process Engineers


• Pharmaceutical Water owners

• Quality Control


Jim Cannon
Head of OEM and Markets,
Mettler-Toledo Thornton
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Mike Auerbach
American Pharmaceutical Review