Newsletter | June 16, 2021

06.16.21 -- For Applications Requiring Robust Chemical Compatibility -- A Solution Is Here


Single-Use Technology For The Most Extreme Processes

Downstream processing for biologic drugs often requires the use of harsh chemicals that can damage single-use technology (SUT) components. Searching for a new connector that can withstand harsh chemicals adds time, cost, and uncertainty to a project. Companies may find what they are looking for in the moment but sacrifice the assurance of supply chain security or the comfort of familiarity and ease of use.

Solutions For Aseptic Connectors
AseptiQuik® PPSU

Michael Francis introduces the newest addition to the AseptiQuik G line of sterile connectors, made of durable, lightweight polyphenylsulfone (PPSU), which can withstand harsh bioprocessing environments due to chemicals and wide pH ranges from 2 to 12.

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Webinar: How Your Downstream Process Will Benefit From A Strong Connection Technology

Single-use downstream applications, including chromatography, filtration, and purification, create difficult environments for supplier components due to the presence of chemicals across a wide pH range. Aseptic connectors are crucial components to these processes to maintain efficiency and sterility.

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Freeze/Thaw Report

Integrated single-use freeze-thaw assemblies with reliable component parts, such as the connectors supplied by CPC, have become the primary implementation choice for achieving successful drug substance transfers between manufacturing facilities.

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Extractables Report

Appropriating BioPhorum Operations Group (BPOG) testing on single-use connectors to mitigate the risks of extractables and leachables (E&L), as demonstrated in this article, is crucial to delivering safe and effective drugs.

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AseptiQuik® G Assembly Video

Genderless AseptiQuik G Connectors enable quick and easy sterile connections, even in non-sterile environments.

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