Customizable Manifolds solutions and its advantages

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Michael Eder

March 16, 2021

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In order to comply with the versatile requirements of today’s market, flexibility and the option to customize are key whilst maintaining availability and short lead times. This is true for many areas, not least when it comes to the ever-growing number of single-use technologies utilized in the biopharmaceutical industry, be it for research and development or small- and large scale production.

The benefits of going modular

We have listened to our customers and are constantly developing and improving our range of products to meet the complex needs of the biopharmaceutical industry. Based on our customers’ requirements as well as a growing call for flexible tubing systems for fluid transfer, we have developed customizable manifolds and tubing solution that is compatible with different modules and accessories like sterile connectors or filters. This solution facilitates the creation of fluid pathways that can be adapted to any kind of set-up at labs and production centers. 

One of the main benefits when employing platforms based on single-use technologies is the sheer number of options and possibilities available. However, this may at times also be viewed as one of the main disadvantages as different tubings require different connectors or filters, which begs the question of where to start.

This is why we are now offering a customizable one-stop manifolds solution as an answer to any issues you may have experienced regarding your fluid management in the past: It allows us and you to create a system that meets all your needs  - from tubings to connectors to filters, pump modules and other aseptic and sterile consumables. 

The flexibility of RoSS.FILL and other single-use platforms

Whatever consumable for filling or filtration is needed, RoSS.FILL is compatible with any required manifold tubing, filter or connector so that it can be attached to any system as needed. RoSS.FILL allows for a straightforward and customized manifold solution that - thanks to its user-friendly design - can be adapted and installed quickly and easily. 

The process is simple; you choose your tubings and consumables as well as the tubing system’s final layout based on your specific needs and requirements. Don’t forget to consider certain key factors such as general conditions, bioburden control, general safety suitability - for instance for either lab or bulk production purposes. 

At SUSupport, we take our focus on being bag agnostic to heart with each new design and product. This is why with our single use assemblies you not only get full customization but a number of options with regards to tubings and any kind of bag, connector, filter and pump and evacuating module.

Bag agnostic manifold design and modular workflows

In order to facilitate truly flexible and scalable solutions, being bag agnostic is at the core of all our designs and technologies. All our workflows are designed to be both modular and compatible with any given single use connection and single use bag, so you can adapt and customize all platforms and technologies according to your circumstances and to what is needed on the market.

The RoSS.FILL platform offers the highest level of flexibility - be it on a small- or large scale or for filling sample bags. Once connected to your specified manifolds system, it is

  • compatible with both bags and bottles
  • DeltaV compatible (optional)

Furthermore, in addition to being compatible with your preferred aseptic filters, pumps and any number of connectors, RoSS.FILL can be adapted to add a software control unit that monitors GMP and cfrp11 compliance. You can be sure that all necessities have been considered so that you can cover all your bases.

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Michael Eder

Senior Marketing Manager

Michael Eder, MA, is Senior Marketing Manager at Single Use Support. He is expert in pharma and health communication with his 8+ years experience in pharma. After completing his master's degree in International Healthcare Management at MCI The Entrepreneurial school in Innsbruck, he has gained experience in the pharmaceutical field. Michael creates articles about Freeze Thaw applications and Platform solutions from Single Use Support and is the author of current news with Single Use Support worldwide. 

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