Germfree manufactures a wide range of pharmacy compounding equipment. This category includes our line of Barrier Isolators to meet USP 797 regulations for compounding sterile preparations.
Pharmacy compounding equipment must provide the product, patient and personnel protection that is required for sterile compounding. Germfree’s Containment Isolators provide the full range of protection and fulfill all required specifications and regulations for the hospital pharmacy and cleanroom. Our Barrier Isolators may be designed to operate under positive or negative pressure for maximum flexibility of operations. Additionally, Germfree’s Barrier Isolators include models that are designed for use with TPN auto-compounders.
Barrier Isolators for USP 797 Compliance
Modern sterile compounding operations require an array of compounding pharmacy equipment. The CACI is often an essential component for compounding in the health-system pharmacy. Germfree’s Laminar Flow Glovebox Isolator or ‘LFGI’ is a barrier isolator that functions as a CACI while it is operating under strong negative pressure. Additionally, the LFGI, when utilizing positive pressure, meets all requirements for a Compounding Aseptic Isolator.
Pharmacy compounding systems must be both practical and versatile. This is especially true for meeting the demands of I.V. compounding in pharmacy and cleanroom environments. Germfree’s VersaFlow Series meets a range of demands required for advanced compounding pharmacy equipment.
Pharmacy Compounding Equipment – Special Application Barrier Isolators
Germfree also manufactures this equipment to meet the rigorous demands of specialized sterile compounding applications. This includes our Radiopharmacy Isolator which provides protection for the operator while handling radiopharmaceuticals. This barrier isolator is lead shielded and operates as a CACI.
Please visit our Pharmacy Equipment Section for information on our entire line of systems for the safe and sterile handling of compounds.
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