Genderless Single-Use Connectors Make For Easier Systems Design, Flexible Process Flow

Source: CPC

Colder’s John Boehm tells Pharmaceutical Online’s Lori Clapper about the evolutions of single-use technologies and the trend towards downstream processes.  He discusses how, in the growing demand and adoption of single-use technologies, the unit operations are incorporating more single-use systems whether its bag systems and tubing assemblies. However, as they get larger and larger, it is difficult to sterilize those in one large piece. So they are typically broken down into individual units. The key to having a completely single-use system, or even a hybrid system, is you have got to bring those systems together. Colder has responded to this challenge by creating the AseptiQuik G connector (G for “genderless”) to create process flexibility for the end user.