MicroCap™ Depth Filter Capsules
Optimize and Streamline Your Filtration Processes
MicroCap™ is a depth filtration capsule suite customized to fit your processing needs.
MicroCap Single-Use Capsules offer the best solution for batch filtration processing and consistently superior results.
MicroCap Single-Use Capsules are a uniquely flexible line of disposable depth filter products designed to optimize scale-up and scale-down studies.
With six different capsule sizes for lab-scale processing or three different sized for pilot- and production-scale processing, we can meet your process volume requirements without requiring the pooling of multiple batches.
Lab-scale through clinical-scale process volumes can be easily managed within the framework of cost-effective, efficient processing. Scale-up and scale-down studies can be efficiently managed through capsules sized and aligned to standard process volumes.
Our MicroCap Pro single-use filtration system is a flexible alternative to traditional production-scale depth filtration. Our innovative disposable microfiltration technology is specifically designed for large scale microfiltration in the biopharma and pharmaceutical industries.
Completely Disposable — No cleaning or cleaning validation needed
Uniquely Flexible — Choose a variety of options in capsule size, effective filter area and connection styles to suit your needs
Linear Scalability — Assurance of throughput from lab- to production-scale
Low Hold-Up Volume — Reduce post-use rinsing volumes for product recovery
The MicroCap single-use depth filter capsules incorporate 4 types of depth filter media: MicroMedia, XL Series, DXL Series – a double layer configuration of XL Series, or MicroClear (Impregnated with activated carbon) depth filter media in an easy-to-use, self-contained and completely disposable single-use depth filter capsule.
- Lowest Extractable Levels
- Zero Cleaning
- Increased Particle Retention
- Completely Disposable
- Extended Throughput
- Up to 2,800 cm2 of filtration area
- Mammalian cell cultures
- Bacteria, yeast, and insect cell lysates
- Blood plasma proteins and serum
- Primary separations/prefiltration
- Secondary clarification
- Cell culture harvest
- Cell culture clarification
- DNA reduction
- Endotoxin reduction
- Host Cell Protein (HCP) reduction
- Protein aggregate removal