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MECO Webinar Series: Multiple Effect vs Vapor Compression Distillation

A Comparison of Multiple Effect vs Vapor Compression Distillation Technologies

Join our MECO experts for a live presentation on Water for Injection (WFI) production technologies. We will be comparing the similarities and differences of Multiple Effect vs. Vapor Compression distillation.

Our expert panel includes MECO’s North American Sales Director, Michael Wojcik and MECO’s Midwest Regional Sales Manager, Darren Haney, who together have over 40 years experience in the water industry.

 

EVENT DETAILS

OVERVIEW

A Comparison of Multiple Effect vs Vapor Compression Distillation Technologies

  • WFI Regulatory Requirements
  • Distillation for WFI Production
  • Applications and Capacities
  • Multiple Effect Design Overview
  • Vapor Compression Design Overview
  • Similarities and Differences
  • Typical WFI System Designs
  • Operating Economics
Panelists

Over 40 years experience in the water industry

  • Michael Wojcik - MECO North American Sales Director
  • Darren Haney - MECO Midwest Regional Sales Manager
When

May 27, 2020 at 11AM CST

Watch the Webinar Recording Here!

WHY SHOULD I ATTEND THIS WEBINAR?

  • Both Multiple Effect & Vapor Compression are the most common technologies used in the production of Water for Injection (WFI) to meet each pharmacopeia’s monograph. Each process has similar attributes as well as differences that we review in this webinar. WFI is a critical utility in biopharmaceutical manufacturing and as we are all aware, vaccines, medication, life-saving drugs, testing-kits, IVs and so much more are in high demand. So too is this critical ingredient. We hope that you find this comparison informative and helpful when considering the purchase and installation of a new WFI system for your facility.

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