Thermo Fisher Scientific

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Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. has introduced the Thermo Scientific Nalgene Certified Clean PETG Containers. The containers are suitable for pharmaceutical and biotechnology applications requiring the processing and storage of bulk intermediates and critical reagents such as vaccine and protein therapeutic preparations. The containers provide gas barrier properties to minimize pH shifts. Resins used to produce these containers are free of animal derived components (ADCF). The bottle and closure system is guaranteed leakproof, making it suitable for transportation applications.

The Nalgene bottles are manufactured in a certified ISO 14644-1 Class 7 cleanroom. The containers are lot certified to comply with particulate limits specified in USP <788>, EP 2.9.19 and JP 14th edition Part 1 Section 24.

The Nalgene Certified Clean PETG Containers’ packaging is designed for cleanroom applications. Bottle and closure are secured with heat-shrink bands providing a tamper-evident seal and then packaged in cleanroom grade heat-sealed bags to assure product integrity. They are then gamma irradiated to provide a 10-6 sterility assurance level (SAL). Products meet the requirements for USP Class VI, EP Modified Abnormal Toxicity Test, are non-cytotoxic, non-pyrogenic, non-hemolytic and comply with USP <661> physicochemical guidelines. 

Company Information

    Thermo Fisher Scientific

  • 81 Wyman Street
  • Waltham, Mass. 02454 (see map)
  • Phone: 800-678-5599
  • Fax: 781-622-1207
  • Website: www.thermofisher.com