Integrated Single-Use Sterile and SIP Connector Provide Flexibility - Integrated Single-Use Sterile and SIP Connector Provide Flexibility - BioPharm International

ADVERTISEMENT

Integrated Single-Use Sterile and SIP Connector Provide Flexibility
Integrated Single-Use Sterile and SIP Connector Provide Flexibility


BioPharm International
Volume 27, Issue 5, pp. 2

The Steam-in-Place (SIP) connector product offering from Colder Products Company includes genderless capabilities for use on hybrid systems. The combined genderless AseptiQuik G sterile connector and Steam-Thru II SIP connector gives biopharmaceutical manufacturers flexibility in process design and plant configuration and can simplify systems integration, the company reports. A new combination connector allows users to steam in place the AseptiQuik G connector directly to stainless processing equipment. The genderless portion of the connector supports modular closed-system design and allows the same bag system and tubing manifold SKUs to be used on both hybrid and complete single-use systems. The AseptiQuik G STC Connectors can be mounted directly to a stainless steel vessel via either a 3/4- or 1-1/2-inch sanitary termination on the Steam-Thru portion of the connector. AseptiQuik G STC Connectors are offered in both a standard version for gamma sterilization and a high temperature version for gamma orautoclave sterilization.

Colder Products

blog comments powered by Disqus

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

First Biosimilar Application Kicks Off Legal Battle
October 31, 2014
FDA Approves Pfizer's Trumenba for the Prevention of Meningitis B
October 30, 2014
EMA: Extrapolation Across Indications for Biosimilars a Possibility
October 30, 2014
Bristol-Myers Squibb Announces Agreement to Acquire HER2-Targeted Cancer Treatment
October 29, 2014
Amgen, Sanofi, and Ono Pharmaceuticals Partner with Universities on Transmembrane Protein Research
October 28, 2014
Author Guidelines
Source: BioPharm International,
Click here