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Sam Lebowitz of Electrol Specialties Company Presents as Co-Instructor at PDA TRI Aseptic Processing Training Program

Sam Lebowitz, Technical Services Manager at Electrol Specialties Company was presented as Co-Instructor at PDA TRI Aseptic Processing Training Program. He led the “Clean in Place (CIP) Design for the Aseptic Process” classroom and laboratory sessions. The course included lecture training, equipping students with knowledge and actual experience.

Mar 29 2014, 2:15am CDT | by

South Beloit, IL, March 29, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Sam Lebowitz, Technical Services Manager at Electrol Specialties Company (ESC), presented as co-instructor at the Aseptic Processing Training Program of the Parenteral Drug Association Training and Research Institute (PDA TRI) in Bethesda, MD, on March 4, 2014. Mr. Lebowitz led the “Clean in Place (CIP) Design for the Aseptic Process” classroom and laboratory sessions. The PDA TRI Aseptic Processing Training Program provides pharma industry personnel with extensive training and information needed to properly evaluate and improve their aseptic processes to ensure sterile products. The course included a unique balance of hands-on laboratory and lecture training, equipping students with knowledge and actual experience to take home and apply immediately on the job.

In his Technical Services Manager role at ESC, Sam Lebowitz provides technical information in the preliminary design phase, coordinates detailed design, and provides field engineering, commissioning, riboflavin spray device coverage testing, and validation services. He has several publications on the subject of integrated sanitary design with CIP and has frequent US and international speaking and teaching engagements. Sam has published numerous articles and authored chapters titled “CIP Distribution Piping Systems” and “Cleaning Agent Injection Systems” in the book Clean-In-Place for Biopharmaceutical Processes.

Electrol Specialties Company has served the dairy, food, pharmaceuticals, and specialty chemical industries for more than 50 years. Electrol Specialties Company (ESC) designs and manufactures Clean in Place (CIP) systems, spray devices, transfer panels, valve manifolds, UF systems, HTST systems, batching systems, and other custom skid-mounted liquid process equipment. These components, used in combination with product flow/CIP control system software also provided by ESC, aid the user in complying with ever-increasing regulatory standards for both hardware and software. ESC offers complete software packages with factory performance testing and highest-standard documentation.

For more information about Electrol Specialties Company, go to http://www.esc4cip.com.

For more information about future Aseptic Processing courses at Parenteral Drug Association Training and Research Institute (PDA TRI) go to http://www.pda.org/Courses/Find-a-Training-Course/Aseptic.aspx.

Contact Information:
Electrol Specialties Company
John Franks
815-389-2291
Contact via Email
http://www.esc4cip.com

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