Disposable Aseptic Isolation System

Isolation of aseptic processes is not a new technology. Rigid stainless-steel isolators have been available for decades and Flexible Film isolation has been used in aseptic processing since the 1970’s, but these systems tended to be a composite of stainless-steel chambers and airflow modules with a flexible film user interface.

In this Whitepaper, Solo Containment (now part of ILC Dover) walks you through their process, from concept-to-development, for creating a fully disposable Grade-A aseptic fill/finish isolation system.

Read Whitepaper to learn:

User Needs and Requirements for Building the System

Early Development Attempts and Initial Prototyping

Development of the MKI Single-Use System

Development of the MKII (soloPURE)

Advantages of Flexible Film Aseptic Containment

Stephanie Arthurs

arthus@ilcdover.com  302.335.3911 x509  office 
ILC Dover One Moonwalker Road, Frederica DE USA 19946-2080