Membrane Chromatography


Membrane chromatography is a well-established technology in bioprocessing. It is routinely used in the capture of large particles such as viruses and viral vectors, as well as in polishing steps for the removal of DNA, HCPs and virus. One hallmark of membrane chromatography is high productivity, others are high throughput and cost saving.

Save up to 70% Processing Time and Work Space

Sartobind® membrane technology allows you to shift from slow and oversized expensive columns to small, single-use capsules. These membrane adsorbers are ready to use and save you a lot of time: Switch to single-use chromatography and you'll be able to eliminate packing, cleaning and revalidation steps. 

Now Sartobind® Scales up to 100 L of Membrane

As membrane chromatography processes grow in size, multiple Sartobind® cassettes of 0.8 or 1.6 L volume can now be used to accommodate the needed process scale.

Sterile gamma irradiated versions allow for continuous manufacturing and processing of products that cannot be sterile filtered.

Three different stainless steel holders are available for maximum membrane volumes of up to 20, 50, or 100 L. The fluid path within the cassettes is the same as for Sartobind® capsules, so process development and small scale data can be extrapolated to the new format. Scaling up has never been easier!