GEA kytero® integrates a world-new low noise centrifuge technology

low noise centrifuge technology

A world leader in centrifuge technology, GEA, is now entering the single-use separator market.

Preceded by a rigorous development and testing process, the result combines the outstanding performance of larger GEA stainless steel pharma centrifuges with the features and benefits that single-use separation provides. This type of equipment is in high demand among biopharmaceutical manufacturers worldwide.

The new single-use GEA kytero® separator is designed for harvesting fermentation broths and cell cultures and comes equipped with proven GEA Westfalia separator disc stack technology for maximum yield, high separation efficiency and gentle product handling.

GEA kytero integrates a world-new low noise centrifuge technology – the GEA breezedrive®. The robust and reliable single-use separator reduces the amount of production space required thanks to its small footprint. Likewise, it can be used without buffer addition and substantially reduces filtration requirements.

Every aspect of the GEA kytero is user-friendly and easy to handle. Any product contact part, such as cartridges or pathways, is replaced after each use. This prevents cross-contamination and guarantees contained cell harvesting. The design of the aseptic connector system means exchanging single-use components is quick and very easy to do.

The small footprint of the single-use GEA separator kytero makes it highly mobile and minimises the need for expensive storage or production space. By eliminating the need for CIP and SIP, costs for chemicals and water, as well as water for injection (WFI) system, are also negated. Additionally, the energy and effort required for cleaning and sterilizing is reduced.

Cookie Consent

We use cookies to personalize your experience. By continuing to visit this website you agree to our Terms & Conditions, Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy.

Click to comment

You must be logged in to post a comment Login

Leave a Reply


To Top