Qualification of Weighing Station for Pharmaceutical Substances

Bengt Ljungqvist and Berit ReinmÜller


Work at weighing stations in pharmaceutical industries can cause risk situations to the operators as well as to the product. When working at a station, the operators’ movements and the interaction between air movements and dispersion of contaminants play a vital role. A newly designed ventilated weighing station with HEPA-filters and how it can be evaluated with tracer gas will be discussed.

  • Received June 26, 1994.
  • Accepted October 7, 1994.

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