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Krohne

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A flowmeter for biopharmaceutical processes

The Flexmag 4050 C (photo) is said to be the first electromagnetic flowmeter with a biocompatible, disposable flow tube specifically developed for single-use biopharmaceutical applications, including filtration processes, chromatography or buffer and media preparation. Featuring extremely high accuracy and factory calibration that eliminates the need for in-situ calibration, the Flexmag 4050 C includes a biocompatible and gamma-sterilizable disposable flow tube. As an electromagnetic meter, the Flexmag 4050 C will not drift over time, says the company. It provides completely stable, direct and accurate volumetric flow measurement, unaffected by fluid properties, such as color or density. All wetted materials comply with FDA/USP Class VI and ISO 10993, and are manufactured in an ISO 13485 certified site within an ISO 7 cleanroom environment. — Krohne, Inc., Peabody, Mass.

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