Anatel PAT700 total organic carbon (TOC) analyzers are specifically designed to help demonstrate compliance to the pharmacopoeia requirements for TOC and conductivity for purified water and water for injection (WFI) applications. They can be fully calibrated and validated for compliance to USP 643 for TOC, USP 645 for conductivity and other industry standards. They are fully 21CFR-11 compliant and they incorporate many advanced features beyond the capabilities of other TOC analyzers on the market.
Anatel PAT700 Features
Low cost of ownership
- 12 month service intervals supported by auto-switching Main and Standby UV oxidation lamps with UV output monitoring
- No chemicals/reagents required – The Anatel PAT700 just uses strong UV lamps to oxidize TOC
- No peristaltic pump tubing or pump heads to replace – The PAT700 uses water system pressure to push sample into measurement cell for analysis
Root-cause analysis support
- User can pre-program the Anatel PAT700 so that at a per-determined TOC level, it will capture a water sample which can then be later analyzed in the QC Lab to assist root cause analysis should a TOC excursion be detected
- On-board grab sampler allows the user to take samples from different locations/use points to support root cause analysis
- The Anatel PAT700 can be fully calibrated and validated for compliance to USP 643 for TOC and USP 645 for conductivity
- Complete oxidation to EP 2.2.44 requirements – the PAT700 ensures complete TOC oxidation through oxidation dynamic end-point detection
- 21CFR part 11 support – everyday users can view TOC and Conductivity results as a Guest without the ability to make any changes to the Anatel PAT700. Initial configuration and subsequent changes are protected through multi-level user name and password protection
- Dual-stream version available to demonstrate compliance both at the start and end of water loops simultaneously
Reduced training burden – No manual calculations / data entry
- All SOPs are pre-loaded into the Anatel PAT700, leading users step-by step with on-screen pictures and prompts
- All calibration and system suitability standards come with certified value data and use by dates programmed into an RFID tag on the bottle itself. Following the on-screen SOPs the user is prompted to load the bottles and the Anatel PAT700 then reads the RFID tags on the bottles. If the bottles have been loaded in the wrong order, or if they have expired the Anatel PAT700 provides a warning on the touch-screen. The Anatel PAT700 then uploads certified values, carries out the test and automatically calculates a pass/fail result and provides a report.