The RS-75 shielded hot cell is designed to hold, in addition to the radiosynthesis robots, the equipment required for research into new radiopharmaceutical applications.
The RS-75 isolator perfectly complies with statutory requirements, for good pharmaceutical practice and those set out in radiation protection standards.
They feature a high-standard 316L stainless steel interior finish, radial angles and smooth surfaces allowing for easy cleaning.
The hot cell is equipped with a fully removable stainless steel sliding tray for easy installation and connection of the synthesis module and its accessories.
The tray is also used as a drip tray in the event of liquid dispersion.
Each hot cell features liquid or gaseous target tube inlets, and different types of electric and fluidic connectors (nitrogen, hydrogen, compressed air, etc.). This isolator meets the requirements of the operators.
It has a vial exit, accessible from the work surface thanks to its shielded ball joint and handling tongs.
The exit allows the vials to be placed in transport container with no containment breach.
The container covers are automatically closed when exiting the cell. Finally, it can be equipped with leaktight penetrations for the daily passage of the sterile line tube to the dispensing hot cell.
The hot cell is depressurised using automatic opening valves connecting to the nuclear ventilation network of the building or the Gas Compression System (GCS) for use in static containment.
A pressure gauge continuously displays the negative pressure value in the hot cell.
All the functions of the isolator are controlled on a touch screen:
The screen also continuously displays the irradiation values and negative pressure inside the hot cell.
Other possible configurations:
*Compliant with the French Nuclear Safety Authority (ASN) requirements