Hull University, UK
The need to design and install shielded hot cells for Hull University's preclinical facility conducting research on positron emitting isotopes. Ensuring compliance with safety standards and providing a complete turnkey solution for radiopharmaceutical manufacturing.
- Design, fabrication, and installation of shielded hot cells.
- Integration of electrical and control cabinets, ancillary components, and equipment.
- HVAC/Ventilation system design and installation, including filtration and pressure control.
- Radiation detection, safety controls, and interlock systems implementation.
Balancing the strict safety requirements for handling radioactive materials with the need for efficient and accessible hot cell operations. Coordinating the installation and integration of multiple hot cells and associated systems within a preclinical research facility.
- Key milestones: Successful installation and integration of hot cells, HVAC systems, and associated components.
- Key technical data: Hot cells capable of handling 20 GBq of C-11 or 30 GBq of F-18. ISO 14644 Class 7 (Class C) cleanroom conditions.
- Turnkey solution, from design to installation, ensuring compliance with safety standards.
- Comprehensive safety measures, including radiation detection and safety interlocks.
- Maintenance and leak testing services, along with operation and maintenance manuals.
- Safe and efficient hot cells for radiopharmaceutical research.
- Compliance with strict safety and regulatory standards.
- Enhanced research capabilities with reliable equipment.
- Reduced downtime due to regular maintenance and support.