Single-Use Bioreactor System

Convert your existing benchtop glass bioreactor to a single-use bioreactor in seconds! Simply remove your existing headplate and place the preassembled and irradiated Distek BIOne System into the glass vessel. The "patent pending" bioreactor liner will mold to and mimic your existing glass system allowing you to continue using your existing cabinet, probes, motor, heating jacket and recipes. Since the liner conforms to the dimensions and aspect ratio of your existing vessel, there is no need to change your process. All materials are USP Class VI, animal derivative free and utilized in existing single-use products.

  • "Patent Pending" Single-Use Liner & Headplate
    The BIOne Single-Use Bioreactor system is
    designed for mammalian cell culture applications.
    The "patent pending" design consists of a pre-
    sterilized assembly which fits into an existing glass
    vessel and contains all of the components of your
    existing glass system.
  • Multiple Sensor Ports
    The single-use headplate contains four probe ports
    including a non-invasive DO sensor port, non-invasive
    pH sensor port and two universal sensor ports which
    can be utilized for 12mm CO2, DO, pH, biomass, glucose, etc.
  • Increased Throughput
    Converting your existing glass bioreactor to a
    single-use bioreactor using Distek's BIOne system
    increases throughput by eliminating assembling,
    cleaning and autoclaving effectively reducing
    turn-around time between runs. Simply unpack the
    BIOne Single-Use Bioreactor System, place it into
    your glass vessel, insert your probes and you're
    ready to batch and inoculate!
  • Bioreactor Compatibility
    The BIOne Single-Use Bioreactor system is
    compatible with most manufacturers' glass vessels
    including: Applikon, Sartorius, Broadley-James,
    Finesse, Infors and more.

Document Support

  • BIOne Brochure
    General overview of the BIOne Single-Use Bioreactor System
  • BIOne Poster
    BIOne poster as presented at BPI West, Interphex, Bioprocessing Summit and BPI East