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XCell™ Lab System

NEW | Designed and engineered as a complete solution, the XCell™ Lab System integrates devices, controller and software, enabling low volume process intensification ready for scale-up.

Designed and engineered as a complete solution

2x Device Capacity

Elegant and powerful interface

Fully integrated system

Intensification ready

Global Support

XCell ATF® intensification from Process development to manufacturing​

Configurable set-up delivers high throughput

a single manifold supports up to 8 XCell ATF® devices

  • Adapters provided to fit all connections

  • Pressure regulation and relief

  • Air supply filtration

  • Supports up to 4 controllers


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  • 1 tablet per controller

  • Supports up to 2 devices

  • Flexible bioreactor configuration

  • Supports ATF 1,2,4

 

An interface ready for your lab environment

  • Splash proof case protects against lab hazards
  • Mountable arm adjusts position to your enviornment
  • So simple, no keyboard required

Software designed for technical control

Modern minimalist layout

  • Image adpats to actual equipment
  • Fast familiarization thru colors and format
  • Alarms graphically associated with component

Graphics confirm text input

  • Single button selection (iPhone like)
  • Integrated device pictures and part numbers
  • Automatic shear calculations

REPLIGEN technical support ENSUres Success

The Repligen Field Application team with expertise in XCell ATF® technology will provide support from consultation to implementation globally. 

 

Consultation

Evaluation

Development

Implementation


Theory


Demonstration


Optimization


Scale-up


Technology fit


Training


Flow path sizing


Validation


Experimental plan


Data analysis


System sizing


Long term training plan

 

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