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Bioprocess Ergonomics - Eppendorf PhysioCare Concept®

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Scientist in the laboratory using vessels of Eppendorf designed for microbiology applicatio
Bioprocess systems cover a broad range of volume classes, ranging from a few milliliters up to several cubic meters. Obviously, classic ergonomic aspects like weight of the equipment don’t apply. Still, the equipment should meet basic ergonomic design principles so bioprocesses are easier for you to carry out.

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Staring upwards?

Bioprocess programming requires a lot of settings at the control software. The screen should be at eye level or affixed to a pivot arm that allows you to adjust its angle to give you the best possible view.

Scientist programs a bioprocess system of Eppendorf by benefiting from the intuitive and erginomic interface.

Still turning and turning?

Many connectors require screw threads, resulting in time-consuming handling. Quick release systems let you comfortably and quickly connect your sensor cables and flexible tubes.

Balancing your bioreactors to the autoclave?

After a run, bioreactors (single-use as well as reusable) need to be transferred to the autoclave for a proper decontamination.
Using a convenient basket lets you safely transfer your bioreactor to an autoclave.

Basket to safely transfer a bioreactor to an autoclave.

Plug & try?

Analytical instruments often have many connectors, sometimes of different style, sometimes of identical style but with different signals.
Clearly labeled data ports let you easily complete connections without having to play the game of plug and try.