Single-use mixing solutions for large-scale powder dissolution and downstream biopharmaceutical unit operations ( WEBSNGMX )
Single-use mixing solutions are now tailored to your bioprocess for upstream processings as well as for downstream processings!
The demand for large volumes of single-use mixing bags for powder mixing is increasing due to the larger volumes of buffer required for the purification steps as well as for economical reason. But the efficiency of single-use mixing systems can be limited when very high volumes are reached. SSB wishes therefore to present the performances that are achievable with a magnetically-driven system for dissolution of buffer, media or feed powders from 50L to 2500L.
On the other hand, purifications of high-value products will require additional expectations such as the integration of single-use sensors for in-line monitoring of critical parameters, or a non-friction mixing for final formulation of adjuvants. The levitated technology proposed by SSB has been specifically developed to address these end-user’s concerns.
At the conclusion of this session, participants will be able to:
Presenter Biography Sylvain Ribaud, is a Global Product Manager Associate for Fluid Management Technologies at Sartorius Stedim Biotech, Aubagne, France.
His product portfolio covers single-use mixing technologies such as bags for impeller mixing from 50L to 2500L, with the integration of single-use sensors for use in the biopharmaceutical processes. He has 7 years of experience in engineering and marketing in the pharmaceutical industries and has led many industrial projects for design, implementation and validation of single-use systems.
Sylvain started his career in 2004 as a Process Engineer with Sanofi-Aventis, France. Then after 2 years spent as a manufacturing engineer in the medical device industry, he joined Sartorius Stedim Biotech in 2007 as a Process Development Engineer for Fluid Management Technologies.
Sylvain is a Process Engineer graduated from the “Ecole des Mines” of Albi, France, with a specialization in the pharmaceutical processes.
Who should attend: Production Managers, Bioprocess Engineers, QA and Regulatory Affairs Managers