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multi-use bioreactor washing

Proven process on how to best clean and sterilize multi-use bioreactors

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Proven process on how to best clean and sterilize multi-use bioreactors

Proper preparation of a multi-use bioreactor will increase productivity, reproducibility and avoid process interruptions. This requires a thorough cleaning of the vessel and all associated components.

The result: Accurate and repeatable result, minimizing research downtime and decreasing labor cost.

Bioreactor preparation solution

6 important steps in the cleaning and sterilization process

  1. Determine if Repeat  or New Process
  2. Disassembly and Washing Prep
  3. Rack Loading, Washing and Reassembly
  4. Preparation for Sterilization
  5. Sterilization
  6. Return to Service

A programmable labware washer with specialty multi-use bioreactor rack assures thorough cleaning, better reproducibility and reduced labor.

The Solution

The combination of pre-validated washing and sterilization performed in the washer and sterilizer maintain an approved standard for quality control that reduces the chance of human error or deviation from proven process

The white paper provides information on how to reduce labor, increase throughput, minimize downtime and have a clean bioreactor ready for the final sterilization.

Download the white paper here:

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