Total organic carbon (TOC) and conductivity analysis can be used in a variety of applications and are very useful in assessing cleanliness, water quality, and process performance in pharmaceutical facilities. It is compulsory for manufactures to abide by the regulations for TOC and conductivity, however, not all end users understand how the technology works and why it is important. In this webinar we'll provide an introduction to TOC and conductivity applications and provide secrets for success from the user's perspective.
Regulations: Pharmacopeia compendia for TOC in UPW
Water Monitoring Applications
Real-Time Release Testing (RTRT) Applications
TOC for Cleaning Validation Programs
Case studies showing the benefits of online TOC monitoring
Lead Application Specialist
Rohit Chakravorty is the Lead Application Specialist with SUEZ – Water Technologies and Solutions, responsible for providing application support in India, SAARC and ASEAN region for the Sievers product line. He is responsible for helping the pharmaceutical industry become familiar with TOC applications, notably in cleaning validation and Real-Time-Release-Testing (RTRT) of pharmaceutical water. Rohit is experienced in guiding customers in successful transitions from HPLC to TOC for cleaning validation. The work involves TOC limit calculations and optimizing protocols for soluble and insoluble API.
Prior to joining GE/SUEZ, Rohit was an Application Specialist for India and SAARC with Sysmex, and a Research Assistant at Sun Pharmaceutical in India handling various types of scientific instrumentation.
Rohit holds a Masters in Biotechnology (Gold Medalist) from Padmashree Dr. D.Y.Patil University in India.