Pharmaceutical Equipment Manufacturer Introduces On-Site Retrofit Services

Belimed Life Science Offers On-Site Technical Upgrades to Sterilizers, Washers

North Charleston, NC: Pharmaceutical sterilization and cleaning equipment manufacturer Belimed Life Science, North Charleston, NC (www.belimed-lifescience.com), has introduced on-site retrofit services. Devised to protect pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, nutrition, and other manufacturers from extended shutdowns due to reliance on obsolete, outdated, or unavailable spare parts, the new retrofit services offer to upgrade aging sterilizing and washing equipment with the company’s latest technologies before a costly failure occurs. Touch-screen HMI’s that reduce the potential for operator error, automated controls that ensure safe, effective operation, and critical spare parts are provided and installed on-site by fully trained Belimed Life Science technicians located throughout the United States.

Ideal for companies with validated processes, the retrofit services also upgrade data acquisition, recording, and management systems for improved data integrity and lot traceability without compromising the validation or compliance with regulations. The service is available for retrofitting Belimed autoclave sterilizers and automated cleaning and washing systems in operation worldwide.

Belimed Life Science designs, manufactures, and services custom steam sterilization and automated cleaning solutions. The company stocks more than 5,000 different spare parts at multiple locations and offers same day delivery on 91% of the spare parts to help prevent and minimize downtime.

For more information, contact Belimed Life Science, Inc.; 2154 N. Center Street, Suite C-303, North Charleston, SC 29406; 843-371-5063; salesus@belimed-lifescience.com or see www.belimed-lifescience.com.

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