Arterial Process ModuleSource: Aquasyn California LLC
The APM is a next generation fluid management solution for single use process systems allowing you to modulate and control flow without having to use your fingers as the control valve.
The ARTeSYN Arterial Process Module APM Pat Pend. allows the user to control complex processes like chromatography, or filtration, that are greatly improved with computer automation and toss the flow path when it is finished. No cleaning validation requirements. No cross contamination concerns. Simple. Straightforward
The APM is a next generation fluid management solution for single use process systems allowing you to modulate and control flow without having to use your fingers as the control valve. Enter the 21st century of automated disposable process systems with this unique, customizable modular solution. The modular APM offering enables you to minimize even further your hold up volumes, while you to automate and regulate the flow of your process. Then again, just throw away the fluid path. No mess. No clean up.
Arterial Process Module Specifications:
The ARTeSYN arterial process module takes our standard 2-way valves to the next level. It keeps all the benefits and features that set our 2-way design apart from the rest, but allowing the versatility that our customers require.
Available in limitless orientations and configurations with liners that have integral hygienic gasket ends or plain tube ends, there is no easier valve to assemble and service.
The liner is easily removed and replaced for single use applications by removing the clamps that connect it to the next piece of process componentry. Cost effective platinum cured silicone liners as standard.
Desire automation for your disposable process? Then this is the solution. Easily retrofitted with pneumatically actuated control tops and electrical position indicators. Now you can automate your single use process system or simplify the cleanup of your existing system with a drop in replacement for your fractional diaphragm valves.
Manual and pneumatic actuation in a standardized configuration for custom flow paths can greatly reduce your hold up volumes and overall system cost.