A Glance of Merck Millipore’s New Solutions for Increased Efficiency

June 8, 2015
Pharmaceutical Technology Editors

Products on display include the newest addition to the Mobius line of single-use bioreactors; Cellvento CHO cell culture media for optimized production of specific cell lines; and new high-volume AFS water purification systems.

Merck Millipore invites visitors to see its newest addition to the Mobius line of bioreactors, claimed to be the industry's first single-use bioreactor with a pull-out drawer for quick, easy loading, and a self-inflating bag, which eliminates the need for operator intervention during inflation. The innovative design of the bioreactor allows for a 5:1 turndown ratio for flexible seeding and growth and simple-to-navigate software package that facilitates quick learning for new operators.

Merck Millipore's Cellvento CHO cell culture media and companion feed formulations enable the selection of the optimal media formulation for a given application, tailored for specific CHO cell lines.  Available in liquid and powder form, the chemically defined, non-animal-origin media deliver good cell growth and productivity in batch, fed-batch mode, and perfusion applications.

The MAS-100 family of microbial air samplers enables monitoring of air and compressed gasses in cleanrooms, aseptic production areas, isolators, and filling lines. Three new additions include: the MAS-100 Iso MH, MAS-100 VF, and MAS-100 Iso NT.

New AFS water purification systems provide clinical laboratories with an economical and reliable water purification solution for daily water volumes of up to 3000 liters. State-of-the-art technology ensures constant water quality with low and predictable running costs.

Spectroquant Move mobile colorimeters enable onsite analysis of drinking and wastewater and cover all important parameters in disinfection control. The newest addition to the Spectroquant family is hermetically sealed and waterproof to enable rapid and reliable onsite results regardless of environmental conditions or accidental submersion.

Source: Merck Millipore, Hall 4.1, Stand G49