Suncombe, a UK based cleaning and hygienic processing company, launch a new generation of biotech and pharmaceutical vessels incorporating 'micro-mixing' technology
Suncombe has introduced micro-mixing to its range of bio/pharma vessels.
Designed to provide a solution for mixing of low volumes of product, the new technology has undergone extensive development and trials prior to release.
Designed to offer a solution to aseptic mixing of small volumes, the new technology was developed in response to client requests for this facility.
Integrated into the PharmaVessel range, the micro-mixing technology is able to mix volumes from a few litres to hundreds of litres.
Originally launched in 1961, Suncombe PharmaVessels have been constantly updated to incorporate new technology and comply with current standards.
Used in the biotech, healthcare, diagnostics, parenterals and pharmaceutical sectors, the vessels are available in standard versions or bespoke versions to suit your requirements.
Steve Overton, Suncombe's operation director, declares: "The new technology is very exciting for us, adding a new dimension to low volume processing.
"We have worked on this for many years and are very pleased to have developed a solution.
"The new micro-mix vessels include the simple validation package which is a feature on all of our products, and include comprehensive databooks, processes, procedures and documentation".
The CE marked vessel are constructed from 316L stainless steel, include certified surface finishes and are available as atmospheric or PD5500/ASME pressure vessels.
Options are available for jackets, insulation, Atex versions, SIP duties, skid mounted units and control systems.
Designed and manufactured in the UK, the vessels are part of an extensive range of tanks, vessels, hygienic processing systems and cleaning in place systems.