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Sterile and customizable tubing systems for bioprocessing

By Chemical Engineering |

Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group

The puresu range of single-use tube assemblies for bioprocessing applications (photo) has now been expanded to include three new product options: sterile-claim, gamma-irradiated and non-irradiated. Leveraging an open-architecture design by using puresu single-use components, users can quickly create a sterile fluid path that meets specific bioprocessing needs. Sterile puresu components are optimized for critical fluid-path bioprocesses and users who require contamination-risk mitigation. Gamma-irradiated puresu products are suitable for users who manage microbial control through bioburden reduction. Non-irradiated puresu components are designed for process-development activities. A variety of fluid-path components are offered, including tubing, tubing fittings, sanitary hose barbs, bio-clamps, valves and adaptors. — Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group (WMFTG), Cornwall, U.K.

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