Compact, Easily-scalable Capsules for Virus Removal and Small-scale Membrane Qualification Studies
Pegasus SV4 Virus Removal filters combine robust, high viral clearance of parvovirus and larger viruses with high throughput capacity and stable flowrates in both dilute and complex, concentrated biological fluids. Consistent flowrate and throughput performance provide superior control of process costs and maximize virus filtration economy and efficiency.
Pall Minidisc Capsules with Pegasus SV4 Virus Removal Filter Membrane are purpose-designed for small-scale membrane qualification studies such as bacteriophage or prion (TSE agent) clearance, as well as membrane flow rate, capacity and protein transmission studies. They are 100% manufacturing tested and manufactured under a Quality Management System certified to ISO 9001:2008 in order to assure consistent high quality.
|Fully disposable capsule with Luer connections ||Easy handling, ready to use |
|Pegasus SV4 virus removal filter membrane ||Robust, high > 4 LRV parvovirus virus clearance |
|Constant flow and high throughput performance ||Maximize virus filter process economy as well as efficiency |
|Identical membrane to larger production scale Pegasus SV4 virus filter cartridges ||Offers reliable scalability |
|Individual capsules identified by lot and serial number ||Easy identification of individual capsules with |
complete traceability of manufacturing history
|100% manufacturing assembly tested ||Assurance of consistently high quality |
|Membrane bacteriophage tested ||Assurance of consistently high quality |
|Pre- and post-use installation testable ||Assurance of consistently high quality at point of use |
|Low protein-binding ||High protein recovery |
|Robust membrane with high viral clearance ||Flow decay minimized at high virus spike concentrations and with complex or concentrated feeds |
High Quality Standards
- Meets the current USP requirements under Section <85> Bacterial Endotoxins Test.
- Filter fluid path components have met the specifications under Section <88> Biological Reactivity Tests in vivo listed in the current revision of the United States Pharmacopeia (USP) for Class VI plastics at 121 °C.