Magnetically coupled mixers had existed for years, when more than 30 years ago, Steridose became the first manufacturer to apply and fine-tune the technology for the biopharmaceutical industry. The unique requirements associated with aseptic process design were used to create specialized product ranges such as the Sterimixer and the Sterivalve.
As a leading designer, developer and manufacturer of magnetic mixers, our solutions can be trusted for the most stringent of manufacturing environments.
The Sterimixer can be configured to optimize flow or shear, depending on the application requirements. This results in a higher yield and a more efficient process.
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The Sterimixer is perfect for biotech, pharmaceutical, and demanding hygienic and sterile applications such as those involving serums, vaccines, plasma fractions, bacteria and cell cultures, and APIs.
Containment and isolation: the proven magnetic coupling (no shaft or mechanical seal) means, improved containment. What’s in stays in and what’s out stays out!
Mixing to the last drop: a bottom mount mixer reduces the minimum mixing volume significantly to increase yields.
No baffles: the off-center mounting position eliminates the need for baffles, which are always difficult to clean.
Cleaning: easy and reliable cleaning using standard CIP and SIP procedures.
Compact design: no overhead equipment needed; the mixer is installed safely on the bottom dish.
Maintenance: safe and easy impeller & drive unit removal.
Gas entrainment and foaming: this is greatly reduced by offset mixer mounting on the bottom head.
The SMA is a closed design impeller that is typically used for applications where high flow and low shear are required. It features a patented flow channel. As the impeller rotates, centrifugal force draws fluid into the area surrounding the bearings and flushes it out through the small holes on top of the impeller, providing effective and repeatable cleaning results. It must be submerged during cleaning.
The SMA generates very low shear forces, making it ideal for applications involving shear-sensitive products, such as mammalian cell cultures.
The SMO is an open design impeller that is typically used for applications where high flow and low shear are required. All surfaces are exposed to a cleaning solution when used with a properly drilled spray ball. It does not have to be submerged during cleaning.
The SMMS is an open design impeller that provides higher shear forces, which are needed for applications where light or hydrophobic powders must be incorporated. All surfaces are exposed to a cleaning solution when used with a properly drilled spray ball. It does not have to be submerged during cleaning.
Steridose specializes in the design, development and manufacturing of magnetic coupled mixers, radial diaphragm valves and efficient sampling systems.