The 249,000 sqft building in Phoenix Arizona is a significant expansion and includes 16,000 sqft of cleanroom manufacturing
International manufacturer PBSC has shared bespoke designs for a new central admixture pharmacy (CAPS) facility.
The CAPS facility is aimed at providing custom and standard solutions to hospital and outpatient providers from 25 locations across the United States, operating 365 days a year to dispense patient-specific prescriptions to the health system pharmacy customer.
Offering a range of sterile admixture services designed to meet a pharmacy’s needs. From daily delivery of custom parenteral nutrition solutions to premixed Oxytocin bags, pre-filled anaesthesia syringes, pre-filled post-op pain pumps, or cardioplegia.
We at PBSC are proud to be part of this development having previously developed 2 chambers in 2018
The 249,000 sqft building in Phoenix Arizona is a significant expansion and includes 16,000 sqft of cleanroom manufacturing, 23,000 sqft of controlled access support spaces, 25,000 square feet of lab and administration, and 135,000 sqft of warehouse/ distribution space. There is an additional 45,000 sqft of shell space for future growth.
PBSC, which is the leading manufacturer of cleanroom, high containment, and material decontamination products worldwide, used its expertise to provide the bespoke designs needed for this project. Meeting the decontamination needs so CAPS can continue their dependable service.
The chambers are a bespoke design to accommodate all the requirements, decontaminating material using a Bioquell SeQure generator.
Decontaminating material/products through the chamber, with a 6log biological kill. The sizes allow CAPS to process the maximum amount in one cycle.
The aeration units and extract 800 reduce the cycle time. The 3-valve AHS (air handling system) allows the customer to run PBSC’s chambers without connection to their building HVAC system.
Emma Gibbons, Project Manager at PBSC, said: “We at PBSC are proud to be part of this development having previously developed 2 chambers in 2018 within the same facility and wish CAPs every success in the future.”