Workshop And Display To Feature New Benchtop Stirred-Tank Bioreactor with Single-Use Vessels
Attending the IBC Bioprocessing Conference in Raleigh next week? Then you won't want to miss the introduction of New Brunswick Scientific's new benchtop cell culture bioreactor that combines the benefits of single-use technology with the trusted performance and true scalability of a stirred-tank design. CelliGen™ BLU lets you easily move your cell culture process into production; with the added benefits of disposability, including low startup costs and quick turnaround between runs. It features lightweight, pre-sterilized, pre-validated single-use vessels in 5.0 and 14.0 liter total volume capacities, which are ready to use, right out of the box. All components in product contact are made of USP Class VI materials and have been tested for leachables and extractables, making them ideally suited to applications which must be FDA approved.
Advanced control of the system is provided through a compact control station, with integrated pumps, color touchscreen interface and options such as 4-gas mixing and multiple thermal mass flow controllers for producing high cell densities in research or GMP production. Come learn more at New Brunswick Scientific's Technology Workshop or see it up-close in their exhibit booth:
IBC Technology Workshop: Friday, October 16th 2009, 11:45 a.m., Room 303, Raleigh Convention Center.
New Brunswick Scientific Booth 310.
Not attending the IBC Conference? Click on www.nbsc.com/BLU for product details and/or to request more information.
SOURCE: Eppendorf, Inc