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Monitoring Process Compressed Air in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

Compressed air is often used in the production and packaging process in pharmaceutical manufacturing. Compressed air and other process gases such as nitrogen, oxygen, argon and carbon dioxide can come in direct contact with pharmaceutical products. Process air must be tested and monitored to prevent the risk of contamination and ensure the quality and safety of the pharmaceutical products. ENMET’s ProAir 2200 compressed airline monitor is designed for monitoring process air quality during manufacturing processes that use compressed air. The ProAir 2200 can continuously and simultaneously monitor up to four gases. It can be custom configured to monitor a variety of hazardous gases and dew point during pharmaceutical manufacturing. Consider using ENMET’s ProAir 2200 compressed airline system to monitor the air quality and prevent contamination of products in any type of manufacturing process. Contact our ENMET Sales Team today for more information. ENMET, 1-800-521-2978, www.enmet.com

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