Reduce process time and enhance flexibility
Our bioprocess container systems include standard and custom options, and cover a wide range of applications, sizes, and connection systems. These are part of our comprehensive suite of sterile and non-sterile bioprocessing products to support all your bioproduction needs, including bioprocess containers and bags, manifold assemblies, outer support containers, single-use bioreactors, and single-use mixers.
Thermo Scientific™ BioProcess Containers (BPC) bags and transfer assemblies are disposable single-use flexible container systems commonly used for critical liquid handling applications in the biopharmaceutical and biomanufacturing industries.
Our Nalgene™ carboys and jerricans offer the necessary supporting documentation, choices, and designs sensitive to cleaning validations for critical applications. We also offer customization, with fluid-transfer options, pre-sterilization, and forced extraction studies.
Our high-quality plastic Nalgene bottles are suitable for pharmaceutical and biotechnology applications that require processing and storage of bulk intermediates and critical reagents. Select from a variety of resin materials, bottle shapes, and sizes ranging from 0.5 mL to 50 L.
Contain and store bioproduction fluids in these durable, all-purpose vessels. Nalgene production tanks are economical alternatives to stainless-steel tanks. Our tanks are available in a variety of sizes and shapes ranging from 75 L to 380 L, production-ready, and built for durable performance.
Whether your application includes the need for separation, large volume pelleting, protein purification, or DNA isolation, our comprehensive selection of Nalgene centrifuge bottles offers a solution for every scale. Our bottles are available in sizes of 175 mL to 2 L, in a wide range of materials.
Fluid transfer systems can easily consist of numerous components that need to be sourced, purchased, inventoried, and assembled. We can relieve you of the burden of managing individual components and validating the systems in-house.