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Filtration assemblies save up to 60% on processing time

By Yelena Shamis |

Product range, Sartocon Slice Self Contained Unit, CrossflowThis company’s polyethersulfone membrane (PESU) is now integrated into two new, sterile Sartocon benchtop and production-scale single-use filtration assemblies (photo). Using these assemblies guarantees rapid and safe ultrafiltration of biologics and vaccines. Due to the fully enclosed design, the Sartocon assemblies are ideal for safely purifying vaccines and recombinant proteins, as well as monoclonal antibody manufacturing. This makes them suitable for use in cGMP environments for process development, clinical trials and small-scale production batches. The assemblies are supplied gamma-sterilized and ready to use. The integrated PESU membrane is pre-wetted and flushed, which saves hours in set-up and validation time, as well as eliminates the costs of using buffers and purified water to prepare the membrane. — Sartorius Stedim Biotech, Göttingen, Germany

www.sartorius-stedim.com

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