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Clipster®

Clipster® is a single-use solution to disconnect single-use transfer lines and bag assemblies used in biopharmaceutical applications maintaining sterility.

Item no.:  642-L-------D

Availability:  On Request

Clipster® is a single-use solution to disconnect single-use transfer lines and bag assemblies used in biopharmaceutical applications maintaining sterility. The Clipster® is a single-use device that completes our range of solutions for performing sterile disconnections of tubing. The Clipster® is robust, quick and easy to use. The disconnection is performed with a hand-held tool which ensures quick and easy execution in various space requirements. Clipster® is the sole solution that can be installed by the operator at the point of disconnection. As not being in fluid contact ClipsterN can be easily validated.

  • Mechanical disconnection: can be performed on platinum cured silicone and thermoplastic tubings (see datashhet for list of validated materials)
  • Sterility Assurance: Proven during validation with bacterial challenge via immersion in B. Atropheus at 10E6 CFU/mL
  • Error proof design: Prevents mistakes
  • 4-step operation: Easy, quick, robust and repeatable
  • Intensively qualified: Safe and robust
  • Available as stand alone product or preassembled: Flexible
  • Portable hand tool: Easy to use

Datasheet

Clipster® Aseptic Disconnector
en 278.7 kB

Product properties

  • Condition of Use
    Single-use
  • Technology
    Disconnector
  • Type of Disconnection
    Mechanical disconnection

Technical attributes

  • Area of Application
    Connecting & Disconnecting
  • Process Step
    • Drug Substance Purification
    • Drug Product Formulation
    • Media
    • Buffer
    • Cell Harvest & Downstream Processing Intermediates
  • Tube Type
    • Si(Pt) TuFlux® SIL
    • Si(Pt) Pharma 50
    • TPE C-Flex® 374
  • Tube Size (ID – OD)
    • ⅜ in. x 5/8 in.
    • ½ in. x ¾ in.
  • Materials of Construction
    Polycarbonate (PC)
  • Sterilization Method
    • Gamma irradiation
    • Autoclave
  • Connector Material
    Polycarbonate (PC)
  • Sterilization Procedures
    • Autoclaving (2 × 30 minutes at 125°C (257 °F))
    • Gamma Irradiation (≤ 50 kGy)