TYTAN is Solaris’ completely customisable pilot / industrial scale Tangential Flow Filtration (TFF) system based on microfiltration and ultrafiltration techniques and operating at low pressure ranges (1-5 bar).
Starting from the clients’ URS, Solaris manufactures tailored TFF solutions, to be applied to the recovery and separation of biotechnological products in downstream operations. With TYTAN, customers can opt for custom-designed vessels with smart sensor technology integrated for optimal process workflow.
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Solaris is a modern, dynamic company specialising in the production of high quality and innovative fermenters and bioreactors for the biotechnology industry. Solaris’ broad range of products are flexible and easy to use, ensuring there is always a solution specific to your needs and requirements, from research to cGMP production. Solaris provides for customers in the pharmaceutical, chemical, food and agricultural industry as well as private and public research institutes.
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Accessible: Solaris aims to provide advanced yet accessible solutions to our customers. Systems can be configured to exactly match your budgeting and process requirements. Bioreactors and fermenters are available in scales as small as 120ml and all the way up to 30,000L.
Specialist: Solaris not only offers off-the-shelf systems, but turnkey solutions for their customers. They can assist their clients in the design and manufacturing of completely integrated turn-key process plants for nearly any application, whether that be biopharma, biotech, food and beverage, and many more. .
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Leonardo 3.0 is the software installed on all Solaris’ fermenters and bioreactors, from benchtop units to pilot and industrial scales.
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Pilot and Industrial Tangential Flow Filtration Systems
The TYTAN series are based on Microfiltration and Ultrafiltration techniques and operate in the ranges of low pressures (1-5 bar). Geometrical configurations of membranes available on the market; spiral wound, hollow fibre, cassettes and tubular ceramic.
Our filtration specialists are always ready to suggest the best membrane in terms of materials, geometrical configuration and operative parameters, in order to; concentrate at the best efficiency, avoid gel layer problem, optimise the cost/profit ratio and minimise scale up cost.
The systems are fully suitable for inline CIP and compliant to the most current GMP regulations, and to PED standards. The measurement and control system is based on a SCADA supervisory Lab View, SFC-10, connected to a PLC.