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Supplier: Sartorius Group
Description: Standard Flexboy® bioprocessing bags Standard Flexboy® Bioprocessing bags are designed for the preparation, storage and transport of biopharmaceutical solutions, intermediates and final bulk products. They provide a single-use alternative to traditional glass, stainless steel and rigid
- Type: Bag / Sack
- Volume Capacity: 0.0132 to 13.21 gallons
- Application: Other
Supplier: GEA Process Engineering Inc.
Description: demonstrates our awareness and knowledge of bulk storage issues, including loading and feeding, internal and external silos, hoppers and day-use bins, flexible intermediate bulk containers (FIBCs) and rigid intermediate bulk containers (RIBCs). GEA Colby can design the most practical solution for all yourShow More
Supplier: Sartorius Group
Description: for cylindrical drums. Safety: Flexel® 3D Bags coupled with the rigid structure of Palletank® provide a stable and secure solution for processing, storage and transportation of buffers, media, intermediates and final bulk products. The Palletank® for storage are stainless steel containers
- Type: Drug/Pharmaceutical Tank, Process Tank
- Volume Capacity: 13.21 gallons
- Diameter / Width: 19.29 inch
- Height: 29.53 inch
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