Bioreactors & Fermenters

Your Complete Scalable Bioreactor Platform From Cell And Strain Line Development to Commercial Manufacturing

Automated

The Sartorius industry-leading range of bioreactors have automated hardware and software features that allow users to develop consistent and reliable operating protocols for all stages of development to manufacturing.

Intensified

The bioreactors’ robustness along with integrated and readily available cell retention devices allow cultivation of cells at ultra-high densities - to intensify cell culture processing.

Predictive

ambr® and BIOSTAT® provide an integrated allied suite of technologies which allow you to use Quality by Design (QbD) principles to gain predictive results and to scale up effectively.

Bioreactors & Fermenters at a Glance

Multi-Parallel Bioreactors

Comparing cultures in identically-sized, multi-parallel bioreactors allows scientists to find out more process information in a shorter timeline.

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Single-Use Bioreactors

Single-use bioreactors limit turn-around time and operational costs.

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Benchtop Bioreactors

Find the ideal benchtop bioreactor for your academic, research and development tasks, process characterization and MSAT.

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Stainless Steel Bioreactors

The Sterilization-In-Place bioreactor range comprises BIOSTAT® Cplus and BIOSTAT® D-DCU. Customized bioreactors can be offered on demand.

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Microbial Bioreactors

Discover the Sartorius portfolio of advanced bioreactors and analytical tools to meet the rapidly changing conditions of strain cultures.

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Cell Culture Bioreactors

Advanced bioreactors expertly developed for many diverse cell culture applications.

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Software Apps for Bioreactors

These new applications will make advanced statistical analysis available for a wider range of users.

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Cell Culture Expansion System

Integral tubing and a specially-designed gas exchange cartridge in the same cap closure for incubator cell growth and passage between flasks.

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Connect Upstream

From Cell Line Development to Commercial Manufacturing

Interview with Gerben Zijlstra on Intensified Bioprocesses