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Customizing Your Single-Use Assemblies

The Key Options for Aseptic Manufacturing

Single-use assemblies have revolutionized aseptic manufacturing by reducing the risk of contamination, increasing efficiency, and saving costs. These pre-sterilized, disposable systems have become increasingly popular due to their flexibility and ease of use. One of the key advantages of single-use assemblies is their customization options, which allow manufacturers to tailor the systems to their specific needs.

Here are some of the customization options available for single-use assemblies in aseptic manufacturing:


  • Materials: SU assemblies can be made from a variety of materials to suit different applications. For example, films made from polyethylene (PE) or polypropylene (PP) can be used for fluid handling. Other materials, such as silicone or fluoropolymer, can be used for applications requiring higher temperature or chemical resistance.
  • Sizes and configurations: Assemblies can be customized in terms of size and configuration to suit specific process requirements. Manufacturers can choose from a wide range of bag sizes, tubing lengths, and port configurations to optimize fluid flow and minimize the risk of dead legs.
  • Connectors: Assemblies can be customized with a variety of connector types to accommodate different equipment and processes. Manufacturers can choose from a range of connectors, such as luer-lock, tri-clamp, or quick-connect fittings, to ensure compatibility with their existing systems.
  • Sterilization: SU assemblies can be sterilized using different methods, such as gamma irradiation, depending on the materials and process requirements. Manufacturers can also choose between pre-sterilized bags or bags that can be sterilized in-house.
  • Accessories: Assemblies can be customized with a range of accessories, such as filters, sensors, or labels, to optimize process control and tracking.

Customizing assemblies to meet specific process requirements can help manufacturers optimize their aseptic manufacturing processes, minimize the risk of contamination, and increase efficiency. The flexibility of SU assemblies means that manufacturers can easily change configurations between batches, reducing changeover times and increasing production output.


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