Single-use technology has grown in both complexity of design and criticality of application in the past twenty years, offering increased flexibility while significantly reducing the risk of contamination in manufacturing equipment. The implementation of single-use technology into a process requires a well-defined plan that minimizes surprises during the later stages of implementation. This can be a challenge when dealing with a revolutionary technology that is flexible, continues to evolve, and can be customized to the end-user’s requirements. To take advantage of the flexibility of single-use technology, it is important to understand how the single-use products can work together with manufacturing operations. This Guide intends to provide a roadmap for efficient implementation of single-use technology with minimum disruptions to existing operations.
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