|Pall has the capability to support our customers in development of separation and purification processes. Whether driving to bring new products to market or streamlining and troubleshooting existing processes, Pall Life Sciences can provide flexible solutions and high quality documentation to back it up. Pall specialists operating in the field can quickly access dedicated Pall technologists, equipment, and laboratories for services ranging from simple advice to pilot investigations or full detailed research proposals.
Unit Operations for an Integrated ProcessSince Pall is the largest provider of separation and purification media, hardware and both automated and disposable systems, we are uniquely positioned to quickly optimize solutions for each customer.The technologies upon which we focus include:
Typical Process Development/Optimization ServicesServices available as individual or combined activities include:
- Membrane and module selection tests
- System-design optimization tests
- Cleaning cycle development
- Analytical services
- Qualification of disposable process
- Process modelling
- Systems design
- Inspection and report
- Engineering services for vessels and pipework
Capabilities & Resources
FacilitiesPall's Scientific and Laboratory Services (SLS) is represented by thirty five laboratory facilities at strategic locations world-wide. Many of these laboratories have their own process wet test area where customer fluids or simulated products can be tested. Equipment can also be rented for trials.
This laboratory network is backed by specific centers of expertise in downstream processing and has direct access to core Research and Development centers where more advanced customer liaison. In response to the increasing importance of biotechnology processes and products, specialized biologics laboratories have been created in Portsmouth (UK) and in Florida and New York (USA). Capabilities include mammalian cell culture and bacterial fermentation with qualification to handle genetically modified organisms to Class 2, equipment for optimization of downstream processes including membrane chromatography, development of disposable systems, and many aspects of bioanalytical support.