Sartorius™ Standard Flexboy™ Bioprocessing Bags

Provides a single-use alternative to glass and plastic carboys in bioprocess applications. Sartorius™ Standard Flexboy™ Bioprocessing Bags feature EVA tubing and MPC connections, and are extensively qualified to be safe and robust. Pre-sterilized, ready-to-use bags with volumes between 5 and 50L.

Brand: Sartorius™

Manufacturer Part Number: FFB101961

X20 Flexboy bag 20L female luer lock MPC malecoupneedle free sampling port with

UNSPSC: 41120000

Code: NEW

Additional Details:
Additional Details: Weight: 1.75000kg

Product Code. 12956990

Quantity Price
1 £ 1065.0 / Pack of 20
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Description and Specification


Certifications/Compliance ISO11137
Description Single use, disposable
Film Description Multiple Film Construction, EVA Fluid Contact Layer
For Use With (Application) Preparation, storage and transport of biopharmaceutical solutions, intermediates and final bulk products
Port Detail 3 Ports
Quantity 20Pack
Sterilization Method Gamma irradiated
Tubing Style EVA with MPC couplings
Capacity (Metric) 20L
Length (Metric) 654mm
Width (Metric) 431mm

Superior biopharmaceutical fluid handling
  • Ideal for the preparation, storage and transport of biopharmaceuticals, intermediates and final bulk products
  • The broad chemical compatibility assures the safe processing of a wide range of process fluids
  • Single-use alternative to traditional glass, stainless steel and rigid plastic carboys for many applications
  • Ethyl Vinyl Acetate (EVA) tubing for superior flexibility, impact strength and low-temp qualities
  • Three bag ports per bag with easy-to-use and secure MPC male couplings:
    • Bag ports 1 and 2: 3/8 in. x 15/32 in. x 10cm with dust caps and slide clamps
    • Bag port 3: 3/16 in. x ¼ in. x 5cm with a septum
Risk and cost reduction
  • 100% integrity testing of bag and connections to ensure process safety and integrity
  • Full compliance with ISO 11137 for the highest sterility assurance level
  • Single-use system reduces the risk of cross contamination between batches and products
  • Costly and time-consuming CIP and SIP operations are minimized