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Think Small

One way to minimize new plants' required size is to convert more aspects of pharmaceutical processes from batch to continuous systems, Pharmaceutical Manufacturing, Fall 2002.

Steadfast's Disposable Rotary-Drum Filter

Continuous Cake Filtration Device for Smaller Batches of Material, Genetic Engineering News, September 15, 2002.

Disposable Equipment: A Mainstay in Bioprocessing

One such filter is Steadfast Equipment's hand-sized rotary-drum type, introduced about a year ago, Chemical Engineering Progress, November 2002.

Small Scale Continuous Cake Filtration using the Disposable Rotary Drum Filter

Steadfast Equipment explains how the introduction of the disposable rotary drum filter will enable users to take advantage of the process improvements associated with continuous cake filtration equipment, Filtration+Separation, 5 Nov 2003.

Filtration: Choosing Cleanable Versus Disposble Systems

A throwaway rotary-drum filter by Steadfast Equipment eliminates the manual cleaning required for batch filtration applications in pilot plants and laboratories, Chemical Engineering, November 2003.

Plasmid DNA Purification Possibilities using the Disposable Rotary Drum Filter

This article will explore the use of these separation capabilities, combined with a new device, the Disposable Rotary Drum Filter, to produce a method analogous to continuous affinity chromatography that has the ability to economically purify plasmid DNA with ease and scalability, Bioprocess International, February 2004.