Skip to Content
0

Batch Cleaning process in an Active Pharmaceutical Environment

Apr 25 at 02:09 PM

66

avatar image

Hello Gurus,

In our Production of 300 KG of FG or SFG, there are several reactors and some machines involved (e.g. in 1 location, there in 3 reactors, 1 filter). After these production processes are all done a cleaning process will take place for all the resources involved.

Our issue: We want to get the cost of the cleaning processes and link this in the process order (for example 4 process order is involved). We still don't know the proper channel on how to enter this cleaning process on SAP.

We don't want to include this cleaning processes in the process order because it is a separate process.

To get the cost of the labor, the machine, the electricity and the materials, can we enter all this cleaning procedure (e.g. 10 operations in 3 reactors) in Plant Maintenance instead?

If yes then can we enter all these operations and resources and materials involved in the cleaning in 1 notification and adopt this in a work order?

Does anybody have an idea?

Thank you.

Bernardo

10 |10000 characters needed characters left characters exceeded
* Please Login or Register to Answer, Follow or Comment.

1 Answer

Best Answer
rajesh akkaladevi Apr 26 at 10:06 AM
0

Hi Bernardo,

Production campaign in process orders (PP_PI) offers a similar feature to carry out more efficient setup and clean-out processes. Could you please check the same at : https://help.sap.com/erp2005_ehp_06/helpdata/en/cf/8bbf53f106b44ce10000000a174cb4/frameset.htm

Best regards,

Rajesh

Show 2 Share
10 |10000 characters needed characters left characters exceeded

Yes Rajesh, I think you have a point here. I am now checking the production campaign process. I will get back to you as soon as I confirm if this can solve their requirement.

Thank you.

0

Hello Rajesh,

If you have any experience in this production campaign process can you please teach me what is the steps and transaction involve. Will I create a process order for batch cleaning record (BCR)?

Regards,

Bernardo

0