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Published July 15, 2023

Unique Ways BioShell® Has Transformed Bioprocess Bag Protection

BioShell

Since its launch in 2009, UFP MedTech’s BioShell® has become the biopharmaceutical industry’s most trusted solution for bioprocess bag protection. Explore the unique features of BioShell that have transformed protection for single-use bioprocess bags.

1. Innovative suspension design

BioShell improves single-use bioprocess bag protection with its innovative suspension design. Bags are securely enveloped between two layers of durable film suspended within a polycarbonate shell. The suspension film absorbs shocks during impact allowing bags to float within the cushion of air. This prevents damage by eliminating contact with the shell.

2. Versatility for both liquid and frozen bags

BioShell’s design seamlessly serves as both a processing tray for liquid bags and a secure environment for freezing, thawing, storage, and transport, underscoring its versatility in handling diverse biopharmaceutical needs.

3. Accommodates a variety of bag sizes

BioShell stands out for its flexibility, accommodating an array of tubes, tube lengths, data loggers, clamps, or filters. Its innovative design ensures that bags of different sizes and fill levels can be securely placed within the same shell, maintaining integrity without sacrificing security.

4. Enhanced visibility of contents

With its transparent UV-protective shell and film, all contents remain visible, allowing for immediate identification and correction of kinks or stress points, ensuring the integrity of the bags’ contents at all times.

5. Efficient stackable design

BioShell’s stackable design increases efficiency and reduces wasted space. It is also designed to maximize part density in industry standard freezers.

6. Fully customizable

BioShell is available in a variety of standard sizes to accommodate 2L, 8L, 10L, and 20L bags but can also be customized for user’s bags, port and hose locations, storage and handling procedures, and transportation equipment needs.

For more information visit www.bio-shell.com.

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