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Pharmaceutical Technology
Volume 34, Issue 3, pp. 83-87

MANUFACTURING EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES



Sanitary clamping
Continental Disc Corporation introduces the SANI-TORQ clamping device to tighten sanitary clamps to a specified torque setting. The new device tightens a standard 1-1/2"–4" (40–100 mm) sanitary clamp with a standard wrench until the proper torque value is reached. An audible click indicates the correct inch-pounds force has been achieved, and a self-limiting feature stops tightening the clamp. SANI-TORQ is left in place until the clamp is removed. Continental Disc, Liberty, MO
tel. 816.792.1500



Blow–fill–seal machine
The Asep-Tech Model 628 blow–fill–seal machine from Weiler features a two-piece stepped base design to facilitate maintenance and product discharge. Model 624 tooling can be used on the Model 628 machine. The Model 628 unit produces sterile, liquid-filled, tamper-evident containers ranging in size from 0.5 mL to 250 mL. Weiler Engineering, Elgin, IL http://www.weilerengineering.com/ tel. 847.697.4900



Fluid-path assemblies
One-Touch single-use fluid-path assemblies are designed for secure fluid transfer in critical biopharmaceutical processing applications. The products can be customized to end-user requirements and include combinations of connectivity, tubing, and other components. Fluid paths can be integrated with filter capsules in various surface areas, end-connection configurations, and media. Meissner Filtration Products, Camarillo, CA http://www.meissner.com/ tel. 805.388.9911



Culturing set
SGM's DriAmp biological-indicator culturing set features Releasat medium and is designed for high-temperature, direct-air exposure or submersion in nonwater-based solutions. The DriAmp BI is a 1-mL, snap-top glass ampul containing inoculated silica. The Releasat medium provides a reduced incubation time of 72 h. A color change indicates positive test results. SGM Biotech, Inc., Bozeman, MT http://www.sgmbiotech.com/ tel. 406.585.9535


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