New: Quantum with ReNu SU Technology
Redefining peristaltic pump technology for single-use downstream bioprocessing Learn more
Superior flow stability and metering accuracy, facilitating high-quality bioprocessing
Scalable technology, constant contact materials, minimising validation
Extensive product portfolio enables adaptation to meet varying process needs
Biopharmaceutical processes are among the most critical in the world. It is critical to have a partner who you can trust, who understands the process and is able to help achieve compliance and repeatability throughout.
Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group is unique in being able to work with you at every process step to ensure your critical fluid transfer requirements are achieved. Whether performing pH control or gentle transfer of live cells, we have a solution.
Throughout upstream and downstream, we provide accuracy, reliability and purity for all your fluid handling needs.
In continuous daily use throughout the bioprocessing industry, Watson-Marlow peristaltic pumps provide flow accuracy, ensuring process stability, cGMP compliance and final product quality. Watson-Marlow pumps, and tubing coupled with Flexicon liquid filling and BioPure fluid path components, deliver repeatable, consistent and accurate performance.
Quantum bioprocessing pump
New single-use peristaltic pumping technology for downstream bioprocessing
Q-Clamp: A lightweight sanitary clamp, qualified for use in biotechnology and pharmaceutical applications
Scalabilty in bioprocessing
Flexible and scalable solutions, without changing contact materials.
Quality and validation
Supporting cGMP by providing unsurpassed control over bioprocessing fluid paths.
Process pumps for biopharm
Single-use peristaltic pumps play an important role in handling valuable and shear sensitive fluids from research to production
FlowSmart high purity sanitary gaskets, silicone tubing and reinforced hoses for the bioprocessing industries
Aflex sanitary hose
Smooth bore hose. Patented liner provides flexibility, kink resistance and high fluid flows