Scaling with Single-Use Fermentation Creates Challenges to Equipment Design but Brings Economic and Productivity Benefits...Applying 45 Years of Fermenter Engineering Optimization to Design and Scaling of Single-Use Fermenters.

Scaling with Single-Use Fermentation Creates Challenges to Equipment Design but Brings Economic and Productivity Benefits...Applying 45 Years of Fermenter Engineering Optimization to Design and Scaling of Single-Use Fermenters.

04/02/2019, 1:15 PM - 2:00 PM

Javits Conventions Center - Stage 3, Booth 1877, Exhibit Hall
Language:
English
The increasing demands of high productivity microbial fermentation for biologic manufacturing has resulted in a progression of improvements in the engineering and design of fermentation equipment to manage such parameters as temperature control, mixing, aeration, foaming, off-gassing, and sterilization. As the biopharmaceutical industry looks to take advantage of the benefits of using single-use and closed systems to reduce production turnover, start-up, maintenance and capital costs, there is a demand on applying the experience gained in design and build of stainless steel to Single-Use. This presentation will discuss design considerations that enable scale-up and performance of Single-Use fermenters in drug substance and vaccine production.

Contributors

  • Susan Cooper Curcio

    Speaker

    Director of Marketing

    ABEC

  • Paul Kubera

    Speaker

    Vice President, Process Technology

    ABEC

    Paul Kubera is Vice President, Process Technology for ABEC, Inc., a designer and manufacturer of bioreactor, fermenter, product recovery and...

Type of Session

  1. Type of Session
    Session

Categories

  1. Track
    Strategies for Flexible Manufacturing Efficiencies & Improvements

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