ChargePoint Technology Ltd

ChargePoint Technology Ltd

Split butterfly valves and docking systems for high containment powder transfers throughout a full range of API and solid dose pharmaceutical and biotechnical process applications.

Company details

Venture Point Business Park, 58 Evans Road , Liverpool , L24 9PB United Kingdom
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Business Type:
Manufacturer
Industry Type:
Chemical & Pharmaceuticals
Market Focus:
Internationally (various countries)
Year Founded:
1997

ChargePoint Technology are market leaders in the supply of containment valves and integrated material handling equipment for the Pharmaceutical, Chemical, Food and other process based industries.

Our most important goals are to create lasting partnerships by providing high quality and reliable products, coupled with outstanding customer service.

As a pioneer of split valve technology our consultative approach will provide the right technological solution, as well as delivering the lowest cost of ownership benefits by maximizing yield, reliability, productivity and flexibility.

It is our people, commitment to quality and an extensive Research and Development programme that ensures we provide our customers with products, project delivery and customer service to a level that surpasses all expectation. This approach is delivered through the dedication and participation of every employee within the company.

The ChargePoint valve was originally developed in conjunction with Glaxo Pharmaceuticals (now GlaxoSmithKline) in 1996. Previously known as Contained Transfer Coupling (CTC), the fundamental features of the valve are still retained in the design as it stands today.

The precision engineered, patented technology has now become a pharmaceutical industry standard for high containment batch transfers. The ChargePoint valve is a common solution for contained charging/filling or discharging/dispensing of potent compounds from a wide variety of pharmaceutical and chemical process equipment: from reactors and isolators to mixing and tablet pressing equipment.

The flexibility of the ChargePoint split valve design has now enabled it to be applied within other areas of the pharmaceutical production process, for example bulk formulations, aseptic processes or steam in place as well as other markets such as the Beverage industry.

In addition to the range of split butterfly containment valves ChargePoint Technology also offer a range of complementary services:

  • After sales technical support and onsite services
  • Spare parts management and upgrade
  • Preventative maintenance
  • Containment consultation
  • Operation and maintenance training
  • Validation

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At ChargePoint Technology we pride ourselves on the quality and performance of our products. As an ISO9001 accredited business, quality is at the centre of everything we do from engineering through to production, sales and AfterCare.

Our performance in meeting defined criteria is monitored on a regular basis and the overall performance of the Quality Management System is assessed through a weekly Quality Management Review. We not only maintain our high standards and accountability, but aspire to higher levels of quality and customer satisfaction, thus enhancing the company’s standing and the service our customers receive.

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As an ISO9001 accredited business, quality is at the centre of everything we do from engineering through to production, sales and service. Our dedicated in-house manufacturing facility has been introduced to ensure we continue to have the upmost quality control of our precision engineered parts. Our customers will benefit from our production efficiency as we continue to meet increasingly demanding delivery schedules.

As an independent manufacturer we can work in partnership with any OEM without any bias or conflict of interest, to provide solutions that meet your exact specification, performance demands and budget.

The ChargePoint valve was originally developed in conjunction with Glaxo Pharmaceuticals (now GlaxoSmithKline) in 1996. Previously known as Contained Transfer Coupling (CTC), the fundamental features of the valve are still retained in the design as it stands today.

The precision engineered, patented technology has now become a pharmaceutical industry standard for high containment batch transfers. The ChargePoint valve is a common solution for contained charging/filling or discharging/dispensing of potent compounds from a wide variety of pharmaceutical and chemical process equipment: from reactors and isolators to mixing and tablet pressing equipment.

The flexibility of the ChargePoint split valve design has now enabled it to be applied within other areas of the pharmaceutical production process, for example bulk formulations, aseptic processes or steam in place as well as other markets such as the Beverage industry.