New SU800 Single-Use pH Sensor for Bioprocess Applications

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Upstream and Downstream Applications

Model SU800 Single-Use pH Sensor for Use with BPCs

The SU800 is a new, single-use pH sensor designed for preinstallation into any bioprocessing container (BPC) with a standard 1-inch hose barb port. The sensor is a small, single-use insertion/retraction assembly designed with a built-in buffer storage chamber with electrolyte for long-term storage or to perform a 1-point standardization. The sensor can be inserted and retracted multiple time without the loss of storage electrolyte into the media. The sensor can be used for upstream and downstream bioprocess applications, including media mixing, buffer prep, and large-scall cell culture.

Features and Benefits of the SU800 Series:

  • 30-month shelf life after preinstallation and gamma sterilization
  • Rugged, always ready to use, no rehydration time required
  • No leakage into the BPC media when in inserted or retracted position
  • Operator can perform 1-point standardization in retracted position
  • Eliminates risk of contamination via insertion of autoclaved sensor
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New SU600 & SU680 pH Sensor Series Single-Use Flow-Through pH Sensors

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Downstream Applications

SU600 pH Sensor Series Single-Use Flow-Through pH Sensors for 1/8-Inch, 1/4-Inch, and 3/8-Inch Flex Tubing

The SU600 single-use flow-through pH sensor series is for downstream applications where pH is continuously measured in media flowing through flex tubing in sizes between 1/8 inch and 3/8 inch. The sensors are ideal for use in perfusion systems and downstream bioprocess applications including viral inactivation, protein refolding, and pH adjustment of feed suspension.

Features and Benefits of the SU600 pH Series:

  • 30-month shelf life after preinstallation and gamma sterilization
  • Available in gamma sterilized single-use assemblies with tubing and aseptic connectors
  • Sensor rotates into a built-in buffer storage chamber for long-term storage and 1-point standardization check
  • Flow stream is unaffected, only sensor moves in and out of flow path
  • Rugged, always ready to use, no rehydration time required

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Downstream Applications

SU680 pH Sensor Series Single-Use Flow-Through pH Sensors for 1/2-inch, 3/4-inch, and-1 inch Flex Tubing

The SU680 single-use flow-through pH sensor series is for downstream applications where pH is continuously measured in media flowing through flex tubing in sizes between 1/2 inch and 1 inch. The sensors are ideal for use in perfusion systems and downstream applications including viral inactivation, protein refolding, and pH adjustment of feed suspension.

Features and Benefits of the SU680 pH Series:

  • 30-month shelf life after preinstallation and gamma sterilization
  • Available in gamma sterilized single-use assemblies with tubing and aseptic connectors
  • Sensor rotates into a built-in buffer storage chamber for long-term storage and 1-point standardization check
  • Flow stream is unaffected, only sensor moves in and out of flow path
  • Rugged, always ready to use, no rehydration time required
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New SU100 Series Single-Use BPC Gas Wells

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Upstream Applications

SU100 Series Single-Use BPC Gas Wells for DO and CO2 Sensors

SU100 series gas wells are designed for preinstallation into a bioprocessing container (BPC) with subsequent gamma sterilization. Each gas well features a steel mesh reinforced, gas permeable silicone rubber membrane. The sensor works behind the membrane to measure gas partial pressure of the BPC media. The gas well’s rugged membrane is rated to 30 psig and provides a sterile barrier that eliminates the need to autoclave sensors, saving time and reducing the risk of media contamination or sensor damage.

Features and Benefits of SU100 Series Gas Wells:

  • Gas well’s steel mesh reinforced, gas permeable membrane is a sterile barrier, eliminating the risk of damaging sensors from autoclaving
  • Gas well eliminates need to insert sensor directly into BPC, reducing risk of BPC media contamination
  • The membrane is pressure rated to 30 psig
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Understanding the Broadley-James Dissolved Oxygen Sensors Range

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New pH Sensors with Solid Polymer Reference

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NEW 800 Series pH FermProbe Sensors

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