Single-use is the future but stainless steel bioreactors will always play a role in drug production says an expert, who thinks firms could do worse than consult a CMO before deciding in which technology to invest.
The use of disposable manufacturing equipment in pharmaceutical
production and greater need for containment equipment were
recurring themes at the Interphex show in Philadelphia last week,
and both were addressed by new equipment...
Viral vector manufacturer Lentigen has entered into a collaboration
with Wave Biotech to gain access to disposable process and
equipment expertise, which ties in with a shift in the bioprocess
manufacturing sector towards using disposable...
Hyclone has unveiled a new single-use bioreactor at the BioLOGIC
exhibition in Amsterdam which promises the same performance with
traditional stainless steel bioreactors but with the benefits of
single use in which all the contact...
Weighing and metal detection specialist Sartorius has developed a
new detector that solves a tricky problem - how to detect stainless
steel shards in products like blister packs that contain aluminium
foil, such as blister packs and...
Several companies in the biopharmaceutical technology arena are
championing the concept of disposable manufacturing as a simple,
cost-effective way of making biologic drugs. But data on the actual
cost benefits of adopting this approach...
Spirax Sarco has introduced a stainless steel steam trap station -
used to remove condensate and air or other incondensable gases from
a production pipeline - that is suitable for use in pharmaceutical
applications. The all-in-one...