In the past, the traditional way of ensuring aseptic transfer of media between pharmaceutical suites, was using stainless steel piping systems. The development of single-use has provided a welcome alternative.
Fresh from our trip to INTERPHEX, we’ve taken some time to give our round-up of the technologies on show and preview what excellent new products are launching within the next few months. Why do we visit INTERPHEX? Even before the show began, whilst at dinner in New York, we were reminded why we were at […]
It’s that time of year again, where the world’s pharmaceutical, biotech and manufacturing professionals, together with the leading suppliers, descend upon New York City for the industry’s premier event in the calendar – INTERPHEX. Offering a plethora of exhibits, demonstrations and networking events, the conference has no shortage of insightful discussions and new technologies on […]
The most important factor when it comes to selecting the correct tubing for your process, is to consider the type of fluid you want to transfer and the nature of your application. The transfer of fluid can vary from low to high risk media, which is why the product you wish to transfer largely dictates which […]
When it comes to connecting tubing to tanks, single-use bags or manifolds, there are many different options each offering their own benefits. But as we covered in our previous blog, the start point, is to focus on the process itself, not the array of different solutions. Today, we’ll be looking at some of the best aseptic connection […]
When it comes to connecting and disconnecting tubing in an aseptic manner, there are two options to choose – connectors or machines? For connectors; there is a choice between gendered or genderless, also deciding which manufacturer to use? When using welders and sealers, again, the decision to make is which to use? Within this series of […]
When considering single-use solutions there are many different variables to consider, such as extractables and leachables, particulates, flow rates, pressures, disposal, scalability, connection methods, equipment etc. Once all these things are considered there is still a very big question remaining… Who is responsible for securing my single-use supply chain? Should I, the manufacturer of the […]