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



Weldable tubing
PureWeld weldable thermoplastic elastomer (TPE) tubing is suitable for biopharmaceutical processes from research to production. The product is designed to produce a quick, secure, and connector-free fluid path. The TPE contains no animal-derived material that could leach into products. Each piece of tubing displays its lot number and expiration date. Watson-Marlow, Wilmington, MA http://www.watson-marlow.com/ tel. 800.282.8823



Single-use solutions
The FlexAct system focuses on biomanufacturing unit operations and can be used with preconfigured single-use equipment for upstream and downstream processing steps. The system allows users of stainless-steel equipment or individual disposable components to convert to single-use unit operations. Sartorius Stedim Biotech, Bohemia, NY http://www.sartorius-stedim.com/ tel. 800.368.7178



Syringe-closing unit
A rotating, 16-head closing unit receives filled syringe bodies and pistons simultaneously. Because air must be vented during the closing process, each syringe is compressed into oval shape briefly, while air is vented at the piston seal. The process does not affect material or syringe properties, and it implements air evacuation under continuous operation. Optima Group Pharma, Green Bay, WI http://www.optima-usa.com/ tel. 920.339.2222



Gravimetric feeder
The PureFeed DP-4 gravimetric feeder accurately meters dry powders at feed rates as low as 20 g/h. A speed-controlled, inert, ceramic feed disc positioned at the base of a cylindrical, electropolished, stainless-steel material-storage chamber allows the feeder to discharge dry powders precisely, continuously, and without pulsation in a 20–2000-g feed-rate range. Schenck AccuRate, Whitewater, WI http://www.accuratefeeders.com/ tel. 888.742.1249


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