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Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group (WMFTG) peristaltic pumps and single-use fluid path components provide flow accuracy and repeatability, cGMP compliance and final product quality.
We are unique in being able to work with you at every process step to ensure your critical fluid transfer requirements are achieved. Whether performing pH control or gentle transfer of live cells, we have a solution.
The new Quantum peristaltic bioprocessing pump with its patented ReNu SU Technology® cartridge offers a step change in pump technology enabling higher downstream process yields throughout the pressure range, exceeding the performance of any other bioprocessing pump available.
Quantum is specifically designed for tangential flow filtration (TFF), virus filtration (VF), and high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) applications. Quantum delivers flow linearity throughout the 3 bar single-use processing pressure range up to 20 l/min (LPM), leading the market with virtually no pulsation (0.12 bar pressure stability).
In continuous daily use throughout the bioprocessing industry, our pumps provide flow accuracy, ensuring process stability, cGMP compliance and final product quality.
Watson-Marlow pumps and tubing, coupled with Flexicon liquid filling systems and BioPure fluid path components, deliver repeatable and accurate performance, cGMP compliance and final product quality. Your fluid is contained within a validated fluid path, only contacting our high-purity tubing and BioPure connectors.
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