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Catch up with Sartorius in this demo showcasing a single-use system for secure final filling with high product recovery and aseptic transfer.

As the industry faces many challenges to balance market needs and authority regulations, Sartorius provides a single-use solution for final filling and aseptic transfer. Reducing contamination and removing the requirements for cleaning validation, the portfolio offers improved productivity, maximizes product recovery to 99.5%, and features great design flexibility to adapt to filling lines and drug product specifics. As the industry is pushed towards isolation technology in the filling areas, it becomes increasingly important to adopt products of the highest quality and reliability.

Studio Science provides a live demonstration of the key areas affecting final filling and aseptic transfer. Attendees will be able to observe the installation procedures and assess the effectiveness of the Octoplus FF® technology

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What You Will Learn:

  1. Learn about the versatility of the Biosafe® Rapid Aseptic Fluid Transfer System, which can be used across multiple applications to reduce contamination and simplify final filling.
  2. Discover how Sartorius’ position as sole vendor providing both hardware and consumables for final filling enables the delivery of the highest quality and productivity.
  3. Discover how the Single Use Repartition bag significantly reduces contamination and delivers a high level of accuracy across a wide filling speed range.
  4. Keep up to date with the latest regulatory guidelines for isolation technology in final filling.

Meet Our Experts:

Lucie Clavel

Product Manager, Fill Finish Technologies

Lucie is the Product Manager for Fill & Finish Technologies, based in Aubagne, France. Lucie has over 10 years’ experience working in the pharmaceutical industry, having started her career with Sanofi as process engineer and deputy production manager for monoclonal antibodies and recombinant proteins.

Lucie joined Sartorius in 2021 and received her biotechnology engineering degree from INSA, France.


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