Merck Millipore Extends NovaSeptum® Sterile Sampling Offerings

NovaSeptum®Merck Millipore launch NovaSeptum® 125, 250 and 500 mL bottles, ideal for sterile sampling from biomanufacturing processes. The new bottles extend the existing NovaSeptum® franchise, which also includes a 60 mL bottle, 50-1000 mL flat bags and 5-20 mL syringes.

Through a specially designed single-piece cap with a special O-ring component, NovaSeptum®bottles provide unmatched container closure. This novel design protects product integrity and prevents product loss during sample collection, transport and especially during long term storage where stress release can induce leakage. In addition, samples can be frozen directly in the bottle, eliminating the need for transfer.

“The patented NovaSeptum® family of sampling systems is ideal for general fluid and cell culture sampling from aseptic and sterile processes,” said Mani Krishnan, Director, Single-use Processing Systems. “NovaSeptum® products, including these new sample collection options, are designed and qualified to meet the stringent processing needs of our biopharmaceutical customers. The closed design ensures the product sample will be isolated from point of collection to analysis, helping to protect product while maintaining the integrity of the sample that is taken.”

The new bottles are simple to use, store and freeze, and their graduated lines allow for easier and more accurate volume sampling. In addition, as with the entire NovaSeptum®line, the new bottles are disposable, offering multiple improvements over traditional stainless steel and glass systems. Single-use sterile sampling systems provide for a contamination-free and consistent performance, as well as faster setup times and improved operational efficiencies.

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Date Published: August 20, 2012 » company contact details

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