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Finesse Solutions Introduces New T700 cGMP Upstream Processing Platform Featuring G3 Hardware and Fully Integrated Single-Use Sensors
Date:3/16/2011

, and advanced alarming options for operators.  TruBio 4.0 software enables state-of-the-art graphics, database management, calibration, alarms, report generation, OPC-interconnectivity with off-line analyzers, and real-time control algorithms.  TruBio save/load files facilitate scale-up from 25L to 2,000L, and rapid, but secure technology transfer from PD into cGMP

According to Finesse Solutions Manager of Integration and Automation, Mr. John Greenwood, "We have worked closely with our end users to define the requirements for the next generation single-use bioreactor controller.  Seamless integration of single-use sensors and sensor redundancy were two key challenges to resolve.  Our T700 platform allows end users to seamlessly transition from traditional to fully redundant single-use sensors.  This represents a major advance in the control of single-use bioreactors."  John added, "We are looking forward to watching our T700 GMP systems deliver the competitive advantages of increased performance, long-term reliability, reduced operating costs, and greater configuration flexibility that are all enabled by our new design."

About Finesse Solutions, LLC

California-based Finesse Solutions, LLC, has established a proven record in providing turn-key, scalable solutions for single-use upstream bio-processing.  The Finesse product platform includes an extensive portfolio of novel disposable sensors, modular configure-to-order automation hardware, and intelligent software that can harmonize global bio-process information and technology transfer.   Finesse also offers a complete set of services including startup, commissioning, and validation for rapid and reliable deployment of single-use equipment into cGMP manufacturing applications. For more information, please visit us at www.finesse.com.


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