Peristaltic Fill/Finish System

Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group, Cornwall, UK, has unveiled a new highly accurate peristaltic fill/finish system. A wide variety of modules are available for the Flexicon FPC60 system, allowing users to create their own bespoke filling solution to suit small-batch applications. The modules include vial infeed, filling, stoppering, capping, auto-reject, gas purging, and product outfeed. Capable of handling vial sizes between 2R and 100H, the system's unique servo-driven auto adjustment allows for minimal tools and quicker set-up between batches. When supplied with in-line check weighing, it offers dynamic prime, no-intervention initial calibration, and dynamic recalibration.

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Sterile Connectors

A line of connectors ideal for providing easy sterile connections for small-flow applications is available from Qosina, Ronkonkoma, NY. These connectors are also suitable for use in nonsterile environments. AseptiQuik® G and S Series have a genderless design, which allows them to mate universally, simplifying system integration. Their intuitive, three-step flip-click-pull function promotes reliable execution, reducing the risk of operator error. The robust construction eliminates the need for clamps, fixtures, or tube welders, and the integrated pull-tab covers maintain sterility and ensure simultaneous removal of both membranes.

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Electromagnetic Flowmeter

Krohne, Peabody, MA, has released an electromagnetic flowmeter with a biocompatible disposable flow tube. The FLEXMAG 4050 C will not drift over time. It provides a completely stable, direct, and accurate volumetric flow measurement, unaffected by fluid properties such as color or density. The single-use flow path tubes are gamma sterilizable at 25…40 kGy irradiation. All wetted materials comply with FDA/USP Class VI and ISO 10993 and are manufactured in an ISO 13485 certified site within an ISO 7 clean room environment. The tube's full-bore construction is designed for minimal holdup volume without obstruction.

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This article first appeared in the May, 2019 issue of Medical Design Briefs Magazine.

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