Luer-Activated Access Valve on Silicone Tubing
Safely and securely collect more than hundred samples into syringes through the luer-activated access valve.
Validated to maintain a microbial battier after 140 connections, the system is ideal for high-frequency sampling for process monitoring including pH, gas concentrations, metabolites, nutrients, IgG and more.
Item no.: BNCHSSBF0003
High Capacity Sampling
The luer-activated access valve on BENCHMARK™ is validated to maintain a microbial barrier after 140 connections with a male-luer device including syringes for sample collection.
Easy to Use
Simply swab the surface of the fitting with a sanitizing agent, connect a sterile syringe and collect your sample.
Clear residual liquid in tubing into a purge syringe before taking the next sample. Protein flushing studies demonstrate 100% clearance from access site after total flushing of 3mL.
Gamma-Irradiated and Ready-to-Use, simply connect to tubing from your process vessel.
BENCHMARK™ preserves sterility on the vessel the sample is collected from. The sample is open to the environment once the collection container is disconnected from BENCHMARK™ and so not suitable for bioburden|sterility testing, endotoxin testing or retain samples.
Aside from validation to maintian microbial barrier properites after 140 engagments, BENCHMARK™ meets the following standards:
- USP Class VI
- USP 85
- USP <381>
- USP <661>
Area of ApplicationSampling
Cell Harvest & Downstream Processing Intermediates
Drug Substance Purification
- Drug Product Formulation
- Cell Harvest & Downstream Processing Intermediates
Inner Diameter⅛" (3.2 mm)
Outer Diameter¼" (6.4 mm)
Materials of Construction
Material TubingsSilicone Tubing
Primary Product TypeSampling Devices
Sample Container TypeBENCHMARK™
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