When it comes to critical BDS (bulk drug substance) storage, PFA bottle and vials have become the gold standard. That’s because performance and purity aren’t a “nice-to-have” in BDS – they’re an expectation.
In critical applications – such as storing vaccines or blood products used in cutting-edge cell and gene therapies – you can’t risk using inferior materials or fragile form factors like bags.
Storing BDS product in Purillex® PFA bottles means less risk to your entire process and a greatly reduced chance of product loss.
VC Ultra shown with vessel cleaning racks. Acid cleaning made easier – with the right tools Last time around, we talked about all the ways acid vapor cleaning systems provide a safer, more cost efficient and effective way to thoroughly acid clean microwave digestion vessels and other labware
To Steam or Not to Steam Your Microwave Digestion Vessels Basic Acid Vapor Cleaning Concept Acid cleaning microwave digestion vessels is a critical step towards controlling contamination in the process of trace
Injection molding depends on good tool design Savillex tooling and PFA parts example. Many details need to be considered when developing and manufacturing an injection molded product. You can have a great product idea and the right materials, but small flaws in your injection molding tool design could
Helping customers move from PTFE to PFA In our last post, we looked at the advantages of moving from machined polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) to injection molded perfluoroalkoxy (PFA) material. While making the jump to PFA sounds good in principle (and looks good on paper), what about when it comes to helping
For low volume part production runs or prototyping, CNC-machining a custom part (or product) from polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) or tetrafluoroethylene (TFE) is typically the most convenient, cost-effective option. But what you might not know is that switching to injection-molded PFA can deliver several major, long-term benefits to your production process. First,
What are fluoropolymers and how are they used? We get quite a few questions about fluoropolymer plastics and how they’re used in bioprocessing. Where are they already being used? Which material is suited to what applications and what are the benefits of each? We’re going to dig a little deeper