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Validation of Heat ventilation air conditioning

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Validation of Heat ventilation air conditioning

  1. 1. URS, DQ, IQ, OQ, PQ of HVAC system Presented to – Dr. Alka N Chaudhary Associate Professor Division of Pharmaceutical Sciences, SGRRITS, Dehradun. By – Prashant Tomar M.Pharmacy QAT 2nd Semester SGRRITS, Dehradun.
  2. 2. Introduction  Heating, Ventilation and air – conditioning (HVAC) systems are used in pharmaceutical plat to prevent contamination and to provide comfortable working conditions.  HVAC are called Air Handling Units (AHU).  AHU comprises of air supply, coarse filtration, heating or cooling and HEPA filtration.  Flow of air into the room may be horizontal or vertical.  AHU producing class A (class 100 L), class B (class 100 T) & class C (class 10,000) HEPA filters may be located in AHU.
  3. 3. Introduction
  4. 4. HVAC Qualification  To ensure that equipment is designed as per requirement, installed properly.  Action of proving that any equipment works correctly and leads to the expected results.
  5. 5. HVAC Qualification Validation master plan User requirements specifications Design Qualification Installation Qualification Operational Qualification Performance Qualification Re Qualification Qualification Validation
  6. 6. HVAC User Requirement Qualification  Room Temperature & Relative Humidity.  Clean Room Classifications for areas i.e. B, C or D.  Single Pass or Re-circulated HVAC system.  Room pressure / Air flow directions.  GMP requirements,
  7. 7. HVAC User Requirement Qualification  Capacity of HVAC depends on. 1. Room Volume. 2. No. of Air Changes Required. 3. Production / Consumption Data. 4. Seasonal Fluctuation. 5. Air classification of Rooms. 6. Future Development.
  8. 8. HVAC User Requirement Qualification  Parameters to be defined in levels of Protection: 1. Filter type and position. 2. Air changes. 3. Air flow patterns. 4. Pressure differentials. 5. Contamination levels by particulate matter & micro – organisms.
  9. 9. HVAC Design Qualification  As per URS  DQ must be as per 1. Class of cleanliness 2. Category of products to be manufactured. 3. Room design criteria 4. Reference to regulatory requirements • It Should include 1. Functional Specifications 2. Technical Specification 3. Detailed Air flow Schematics 4. Detailed layout drawing of the system
  10. 10. HVAC Design Qualification  Ensures that design 1. Meets URS 2. Details facility airflow and pressure cascade philosophy 3. Takes into account process & personnel flow 4. Details materials of construction 5. Details safety requirements 6. Details of all equipment and utilities
  11. 11. HVAC Installation Qualification IQ includes –  Manufacturers' equipment and workmanship verification.  Calibration verification.  SOP verification.  Utilities connection verification.  Change parts & replacement parts verification.  Lubricant verification.  Maintenance procedure verification.  Lubrication verification.
  12. 12. HVAC Operational Qualification  Air system balancing & pressure differential test.  Air volume for non-uni-directional air flow terminal HEPA filter test.  HEPA filter integrity test.  Pressure differential stress test.  Start up & shut down test.  Control & monitoring device test.  Air flow velocity & uniformity test.  Air parallelism test.
  13. 13. HVAC Performance Qualification PQ is similar to OQ but in PQ HVAC is assessed for its performance within the area it is serving by simulating the process or by actually conducting it.  Air system balancing & pressure differential test.  Air volume for non-uni-directional air flow terminal HEPA filter test.  HEPA filter integrity test.  Pressure differential stress test.  Start up & shut down test.  Control & monitoring device test.  Air flow velocity & uniformity test.  Air parallelism test.
  14. 14. HVAC Performance Qualification  Temperature – humidity control test.  Air cleanliness test (Nonviable particle counting).  Air borne bio burden test.
  15. 15. HVAC Performance Qualification
  16. 16. HVAC Performance Qualification
  17. 17. THANKYOU ANY QUESTIONS

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