Single-Use Technology for Biopharmaceutical: Making the Transition from Stainless Steel


As biopharmaceutical companies continue to move toward single-use technology, it’s still a work in progress. Some companies are aggressively incorporating this time-saving technology into their process, while others are taking a more conservative approach. For those of you still on the fence, here’s a list of the top benefits you may realize when making the switch to single-use technology along with a tip on how you can get expert support with your transition:

Top Benefits of Single-Use Technology

According to the Aspen Brook 6th Annual Survey of the Single-Use Bioprocessing Market, the top five benefits of single-use solutions are:

  • Eliminate cleaning requirements
  • Increase capacity without capital improvements
  • Mitigate risks
  • Reduce operating costs
  • Improve process performance

Support for Your Transition to Single-Use Technology

Cole-Parmer excels at supporting companies transitioning to single-use products for:

  • Research
  • Pilot
  • Production

Whether your business requires certificates of resin compliance to support quality records, emergency components to complete a critical batch, or technical support to ensure you get exactly the right product for your science, Cole-Parmer is ready to serve your needs at every step.

From single-use tubing and connectors to pumps and sensors, we offer the widest selection of single-use components for bioprocess applications. With a range of popular brands such as Sani-Tech and Colder to hard-to-find products like aseptic sampling systems and disposable pressure and flow sensors, we have the solutions you need from media prep to fill/finish. We can even customize elements and assemblies to fit exactly within your process or repeat experiments.

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