Modifiable for ultrafiltration, microfiltration or diafiltration, they are configurable to accommodate multiple brands of membrane elements. They can be adapted for any membrane format from cassettes to hollow-fiber modules with membrane surface areas ranging from 0.05 – 20 m². The cassette-based TFF holders are available in hydraulically-compressed configurations.
10x reduction in holdup volumes compared to current norms
Ease of setup with quick SU liner change-outs
Multiple UF/DF membrane elements
Fully automated operation: Either Local PLC or DCS controlled;
Secure recording and retransmission of archival data with GAMP Part 11 compliance
Multiple SU sensor types available
Programs secured to operator access level
Patented ARTeSYN® valve arrays
5 Common Myths About Single Use Systems
This lack of evolution has almost certainly limited the adoption of SU technology. It has also undoubtedly frustrated end users of SU systems to no end! The core technology of hose barbs and tie wraps on silicone is many decades old and more suited for a process development lab, not cGMP manufacturing. However, in the last few years, great strides have been made in the design of SU systems and their associated components. This innovation provides an opportunity to dispel some common myths around the limitations of SU systems.