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PharmaLok Series Single-Use Sanitary Clamps

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The PharmaLok Series is a new line of ergonomic, single-use sanitary clamps for securing fittings to bag ports and filters in the biopharmaceutical market.

PharmaLok clamps provide a significant advancement for the industry, as a number of existing solutions either require tools for closure or consist of multiple components, which turns what should be a simple operation into a difficult and awkward process.

Easily operated with one hand, PharmaLok’s patent pending design allows effortless attachment of fittings to bag ports and filters. The user simply rests the fitting in the PharmaLok’s regulation-sized slot, lightly grips the surrounding handles, and listens for the sound of three clicks to confirm a secure connection.

Value Plastics' new PharmaLok hygienic clamps are made of a glass-filled nylon material that is both USP Class VI and ISO 11137 certified, and ASME BPE 2009 DT-5-3 compliant.

Product PharmaLok Series Single-Use Sanitary Clamps
Company Value Plastics Inc
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Value Plastics Inc
3325 South Timberliine Road Fort Collins Colorado 80525 USA

Tel: +1-970-267-5200

Email: sales@valueplastics.com



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