From design to validation, Medical Gases utilises its vast wealth of experience and expertise to deliver bespoke control and delivery systems.
Medical Gases offers the very best in British design and engineering and provides the following services to clients:
Medical Gases’ project management encompasses every stage in a project’s development from conception to completion, including design, installation, commissioning validation and client training.
The project manager
Every project is assigned a dedicated project manager who provides the key point of contact and is responsible for all aspects of the contract, notably:
- Critical path analysis
- Fast track programming
- Health and safety
- Quality assurance
- Environmental considerations
The project team
The project manager will, during the various stages of the contract, be supported by the other members of the Medical Gases team who provide specialist professional skills, including:
- Design engineers
- Process engineers
- Installation engineers
- Welding inspectors
- Project engineers
- Construction supervisors
- Commissioning engineers
- Validation managers
- Quality assurance managers
- Health and safety managers
- Environmental managers?
Medical Gases recognises and endorses the requirements of clients in the pharmaceutical and medical industries and their governing bodies for the strictest control of materials used and procedures employed in the installation of high purity delivery systems.
Our comprehensive understanding from over three decades of experience of industry requirements and legislation informs Medical Gases’ work and enables us to fully meet and exceed the required standards. Our installation engineers are highly skilled and fully trained to meet today’s needs for high integrity, high purity installations, working in accordance with relevant regulations and guidance.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Medical Control Agency (MCA) protocols, including Current Good Manufacturing Practice regulations for human pharmaceuticals.
Construction Design and Management (CDM) regulations
NHS estates guidance for medical gas pipeline systems (HTM 02-01)
British Compressed Gases Association (CGA) Codes of Practice
Pressure Systems and Transportable Gas Containers Regulations 1989
We pride ourselves on innovation, approaching each project with the objective of finding the best possible solution for meeting the client’s requirement, whilst working within the parameters of existing legislation and our own high standards of good practice.
OASYS, GENYSY and Argon0 and the constituent parts for all our systems are engineered in our fully equipped UK manufacturing facility, which includes:
- Class 10 cleanroom
- Class 10,000 test and assembly area
- Degreasing facility
- CNC machinery
Our well-equipped facility matched with our in-house engineering expertise produces a wide range of customised systems, including:
- Gas delivery systems
- Medical gases
- Laboratory gases
- Toxic and corrosive gases
- Anaesthetic gas scavenging systems
- Medical and process vacuum systems
- Fuel emission analysis systems
- High purity delivery systems
- Water for injection (WFI)
- Purified water
- Pure steam
- Demineralised water
- Analytical racks
- Filter skids
- Coded vessels
- Gas control systems
- Stainless-steel manifolds
- Multi cylinder manifolds
- Process lines
- Clean in place (CIP) and sterilise in place (SIP)
Every Medical Gases installation must fulfil three key criteria. It must be on time, in budget and perfect both technically and aesthetically.
Medical Gases has the capability to undertake the complete process installation encompassing a wide range of materials, including:
- Degreased copper
- Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS) and polypropylene
- Polyvinylidene difluoride (PVDF) and Teflon™PFA
Every project has a dedicated project manager who is responsible for ensuring that the project is completed on time and in budget, negotiating all the customary challenges plus any logistical or administrative challenges specific to that project e.g. installing a system in a foreign country or accessing a building site in central London.
Every Medical Gases system is rigorously tested to ensure full compliance with safety, integrity and performance requirements.
Testing and analysis procedures for medical and laboratory gas systems can include:
- Pressure testing
- Anti-confusion testing
- Zone valve testing
- Non-interchange ability testing
- Terminal flow rate and pressure test
- Manifold and plant operation test
- Alarm function test
- Particulate testing
Boroscoping is used to check the pure water systems prior to commissioning.
Hydrogenation systems are tested using the Pressure Equipment Directive
(PED) standard regulations that govern this type of system.
Puretech’s in-house validation team take control of the qualification process by providing documentation to verify the design, installation and operational requirements.
The documentation package can include:
- Design specifications
- Good automated manufacturing practice (GAMP) documentation
- Weld procedures and qualifications
- Weld logs and isometric drawings
- Material certificates
- System completion certificate
- Passivation records
- As-built drawings
- Video boroscoping
- Operation and maintenance (O&M) manuals
- Testing and commissioning records
- Design qualification (DQ), installation qualification (IQ) and operational qualification (OQ) and performance qualification (PQ) protocols.
In House Capabilities
From design to commissioning, Medical Gases utilises its vast wealth of experience to bespoke control and delivery systems.
Design and estimation
Testing and commissioning
Medical Gases offers product and system solutions to clients in the following sectors:
Food and beverage manufacturing
Our Code of Conduct
The core values that we expect our employees and those working on our behalf to understand and uphold to ensure that we do business in a legal, ethical and responsible manner.
Medical Gases’ executive leadership team brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the business.
Health and Safety
Medical Gases is committed to protecting the members of our team and anyone affected by our work in all places and at all times.
We are committed to seeking out, exploring and creating new solutions, which we believe is the cornerstone for our future success.
Our ambition is to make sustainability a consideration of every project we undertake and the way in which we conduct our business.
Medical Gases endorses and delivers to the exacting requirements of the governing bodies for the sectors we serve and all relevant legislation and guidance for the countries we operate in.