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Hydrosart® is a stabilized cellulose derivative membrane polymer that has been optimized for the biotechnological and pharmaceutical industries. The Hydrosart® membrane is a stable polymer that features a broad pH and temperature range. Hydrosart is also extremely hydrophilic, making it non-proteinbinding and virtually non-fouling. As a result, it has extremely high flux. Hydrosart®’s wide temperature range makes it possible to sterilize the membrane by either steam or autoclaving. Membrane regeneration, storage and depyrogenation can be accomplished by using NaOH even at elevated temperatures. Hydrosart® membranes are designed for use in the biotechnological and pharmaceutical industries.
They can be used to remove the following from liquids:
- Mammalian cells: CHO BHK
- Bacteria: E. coli Pasteurella C. diphtheria
- Cell Iysates Product
Hydrosart® has minimal adsorption of proteins, viruses, etc. Membrane retention is unaffected by repeated re-use. Hydrosart® has been validated to withstand in-line steam sterilization without any loss of integrity or changes in membrane retention.
Full flexibility and outstanding crossflow filtration performance combined
SARTOFLOW® Advanced is a modular benchtop crossflow system that can be configured to accept either Sartocon® Slice or full-sized Sartocon® cassettes. The system is optimized for ultrafiltration, microfiltration and diafiltration applications used in many downstream processes, such as purification of monoclonal antibodies, recombinant proteins or vaccines.
Sartocon® Slice 200 stainless steel holder is optimized for the use with up to two Slice 200 Crossflow Cassettes (max. 400 cm²). It is designed for low volume applications from 20 ml to 5 L. The Slice 200 holder uses female stainless steel Luer lock connectors.
Sartocon® Slice Holder filter holder is designed for low to medium volume applications from 200 ml to 100 L and optimized for the use with up to five Sartocon® Slice Crossflow cassettes (0.1 – 0.5 m²). The filterholder can be sterilized by autoclaving or inline steaming.