Bringing a medicine to market requires cutting-edge technologies. To help pharmaceutical manufacturers succeed, Alfa Laval provides an extensive range of proven components and systems. This includes fluid handling components, separation systems and heat exchangers.
Pure performance in the pharmaceutical industry
- Cost-efficient operations
- More uptime and better yields along with highest level of hygiene
- Safeguard product characteristics and quality with in-batch and batch-to-batch consistency
- Made for smooth commissioning, qualification and validation
- Compliant with relevant standards
With our equipment and the diversity of our global network of sales and service representatives, we provide sustainable solutions that meet the highest demands. We strive to improve customer competitiveness through better operational efficiency and high quality end-products backed by engineering experience, application knowledge, customized installation and full validation support.
At Alfa Laval, we believe in creating better everyday conditions for the Pharma & Biotech industry, so that together, we can help even more people towards a healthier and happier life. Watch this video to learn more about how Alfa Laval can contribute to your pharmaceutical and biotech processes.
Alfa Laval pumps for pharmaceutical industry
Watch video to get an introduction to Alfa Laval's portfolio of centrifugal pumps and rotary lobe pumps for the pharmaceutical industry.
New possibilities with a compact condenser
Alfa Laval Compabloc features an innovative design that can boost process economy in just one-fifth of the space.
Alfa Laval Tri-clover tubes and fittings
Did you know 90% of product contact surfaces in a typical pharmaceutical system comprise of tubes and fittings? Learn how our tubes and fittings can provide maximum hygiene in this video.
Thoughts on the GMPs (Good manufacturing practices)
What are our thoughts around performance, documentation and hygiene in the biotech and pharmaceutical industry? Watch video to learn more.
Alfa Laval's Pharma Academy
- Mixing in bioreactions