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Brandon Haschke is a product manager for Emerson's Rosemount instrumentation business.
Single-use processing requires instruments providing the accuracy of traditional technologies but configured in form factors designed specifically for this service
Adoption of single-use technology (SUT) by biopharmaceutical manufacturers has been gaining momentum for many years. Existing automation and instrumentation technologies, however, need to be adapted for optimal compatibility with single-use configurations.
Suppliers have developed a new category of sensors and fittings to address the needs of SUT processing. These components are based on traditional technologies and use standard signaling means for reliable and accurate measurement, but they have specific performance features so end users can take advantage of their SUT operations. .
eBook: Biologics and Sterile Drug Manufacturing, May 2020
When referring to this article, please cite it as B. Haschke, "Instrumenting Single-Use Processes," Pharmaceutical Technology Biologics and Sterile Drug Manufacturing eBook (May 2020).