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New Bio-Simplex Polypropylene Carboys

September 6, 2011

Holland Applied Technologies now offers the new Saint Gobain Bio-Simplex™ Polypropylene Carboys for advanced liquid handling and solution

Bio-Simplex 40 Liter Polypropylene Carboy with Spigot

storage for many pharma applications. Saint-Gobain offers four popular sizes of carboys: 5 L, 10 L, 20 L and 40 L manufactured from high quality polypropylene, which is resistant to chemicals . Many times, users autoclaving plastic carboys experience deformities/collapsing from elevated temps. Not with these. The Bio-Simplex carboys can withstand sterilization temperatures up to 275°F (135°C)

The carboy’s body includes design features that allow the user to easily hold, lift, fill, and pour while the versatile Container closure technology provides interchangeable and leak-proof topconnections. The Bio-Simplex carboys are available with or without an autoclavable spigot. They also feature easy-to-read certified graduation marks with ± 5% accuracy, large molded marks for clearly identifiable volume and material. The Bio-Simplex system–carboy, cap, and spigot is autoclavable.

Additionally, a Bio-Simplex Container Closure can be added to create a complete container assembly when combined with cap and container. This economical assembly, designed for single use, can successfully replace stainless steel closures and eliminate costs such as cleaning, validation and assembly, and the contamination from repeated use.

See the video below for more details on the Bio-Simplex Polypropylene Carboys.

 

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