Fill & Filtration
March 20, 2023
When it comes to the filling process of drug substances, there several aspects to be considered to achieve high-quality results with as little product loss as possible. In this article, we will discuss 5 major threats for the filling of drug substances.
March 2, 2022
Aseptic bag filling is a process that is very important to the biopharma industry. This article will give you the basics of aseptic bag filling, highlight the most critical factors of the technique and discuss key considerations pertaining to the commercial use of aseptic bags.
October 21, 2021
Anyone involved in bioprocessing will be aware of the issues and complexities associated with aseptic or sterile filling. In order to ensure a smooth execution, this is a critical step in the highly technical fill and finish process. Learn more!
September 22, 2020
In this article we talk about the bulk filtration process in the biopharma industry. We talk about the industries hurdles and why single use components are the future. Learn more why SUSupport has the solution!
September 9, 2020
Automated filling systems are recommended by many market experts to reach the next level in drug substance management. In this article you will find out why and how the end-to-end solution by SUSupport is also your solution!
May 7, 2020
The big names in the pharmaceutical industry are increasingly switching from immobile systems based on bulky stainless steel tankers to scalable single-use filtration systems. But why is this so?
May 21, 2019
The fill and drain process for biopharmaceutical products can be a massive challenge for the biopharma industry. Here, single use systems offer a multitude of advantages.
April 9, 2019
How to avoid mistakes during the filling process for cell and gene therapies and make sure that no human life is at risk
Autologous therapies are therapies that are derived from the patient and as such they exhibit certain specific requirements. The scope of such therapies differs greatly from what we usually see in the biopharma industry, and they require special handling and care. The quantities are much smaller than usual, but nonetheless they need to be shipped in a highly sterile and protected manner.