Biosafe® Biosteam® S Port Stopper - Outside
The Biosafe® range of Aseptic Transfer Ports offers reliable and easy-to-use solutions for the secure transfer of components, fluids and powders while maintaining the integrity of the critical area – isolators, RABS and cleanrooms.
Item no.: FAA113645
Availability: On Request
The Biosafe® range of aseptic transfer ports offers reliable and easy-to-use solutions for the secure transfer of components, fluids and powders while maintaining the integrity of the critical area – isolators, RABS and cleanrooms. Five type of Biosafe® Ports are available: Biosafe® Three-lever Port, Biosafe® Monolever Port, Biosafe® Automatic Port, Biosafe® Biosteam® P Port (for powder) and Biosafe® Biosteam® S Port (for stoppers).
Biosafe® Ports are used with the range of Biosafe® Aseptic Transfer Bags and Biosafe® RAFT System (Rapid Aseptic Fluid Transfer).
- Enhanced sterility assurance and viral segregation in aseptic processing
- Safer processing of potent drugs
- Easy to use
- Process safety
- Versatile technology
- Simplified maintenance and sterilisation
- Proven containment
- Cost effective
Primary Product TypeAseptic Transfer Ports
OpeningManual - Outside
Temperature range+5 – +30 °C
Area of ApplicationFilling
Process StepDrug Product Formulation
Materials of ConstructionStainless Steel 316L; PETP; PEEK; silicone/EPDM for gaskets
Passage diameter dimensions110 mm
Sterilization ProceduresAutoclaving (150 °C / 302 °F; -1 to +3 bars)
Quality StandardsAll materials are compliant with 21 CFR Part 177.2600 (EPDM / Silicone), 21 CFR Part 177.1630 (PETP) and CFR Part 177.2470 (PEEK) - The Biosafe® Biosteam® P and S Ports meet the requirements given by European Pressure Equipement directive 97/23/EC and the European explosive atmosphere Directive 94/9/EC' ATEX' - Vaccum box meets the requirements for Low Voltage European Directive 73/23/EC. -Automatic Port meets the requirements for Machinery Directive 98/37/EC; Low Voltage European Directive 73/23/EC; Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 89/336/EC