The Hose Track Identification and Lifecycle Analysis System from AdvantaPure – just released last week – is supposedly full of advantages.
The tracking system, developed for hose assemblies and is now used for other process components (e.g., bio-bags, pumps, filters, diaphragm valves, UV lamps, tanks, and vessels), uses RFID to track individual parts.
In tracking, the system monitors continual, wear-related events such as cleaning cycles and the number of batches processed. The system also tracks where a critical component has been throughout its useful life and provides a reliable, 21 CFR Part 11 compliant, electronic pedigree for all tagged critical components
offers several improvements over the conventional pen-and-paper log book method of recording usage data for process equipment. Hose Track’s updated brochure now includes an easy-to-read chart that contrasts the differences. A patented system, Hose Track offers an enhanced level of safety and security to processing functions performed in critical industries like pharmaceutical, biotech, food and beverage, medical device, chemical, and others involving high-purity applications.