An excellent alternative to stainless steel, Sani-Pro is a line of high-purity, non-metallic sanitary processing systems by Saint-Gobain. Made from polypropylene and Kynar® PVDF, Sani-Pro thermoplastic components show less susceptibility to biofilm growth than stainless steel and require no boroscoping, passivation or derouging, eliminating routine shut-downs and sanitation cycles.
Sani-Pro products include tubing and fittings, valves, flow measurement components, sight gauges, and sanitary adapters, as well as fabrication equipment for field installation and small-scale bench-top systems for research and process development.
Reusable and reconfigurable, Sani-Pro rigid components meet or exceed FDA and USP criteria and are designed to fully integrate with other Sani-Tech® products, including tanks and tubing.
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The Entegris Cynergy System is a line of Teflon® PFA fluid-handling components ideal for corrosive environments and sensitive processes. With over 35 years of materials management expertise, Entegris has designed sanitary rigid components that meet the quality requirements of the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries—specifically in clean-in-place (CIP) and steam-in-place (SIP) applications.
The performance characteristics of Teflon PFA allow Cynergy components to handle a variety of fluid-handling needs. Its chemical resistance in corrosive environments eliminates rouging problems, while its inert, nonstick nature is gentle on the most sensitive proteins and compounds. Easily cleaned, Cynergy components also significantly decreases downtime and cross contamination.
All product-contact surfaces of Cynergy rigid components meet or exceed are from FDA, USDA and USP Class VI criteria, as well as 3-A sanitary standards. All products are delivered with lot code or laser marking identification for full traceability.
For a full Cynergy Product Catalog, visit http://entegrisfluidhandling.com/Documents/3410-6257-0412.pdf