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High Containment Valves

  • High Containment DN50 Docking Valve - Active/Manual

    For smaller product quantities needing higher containment, Andocksysteme now offers a 2.5” (DN50) split butterfly valve. The success of our production size high containment valve systems lead to the development of a new, miniature version of the ASBV split valve technology.

    The 2.5” size valve was developed for simple, quick and failsafe manual operation, while offering all advantages of our proven large diameter valves. This valve can be integrated anywhere that higher levels of containment are required, and can even be used in sterile areas or for liquids.

    Both the passive and active valves can be fitted to hoses so they do not have to be cleaned before resuming production, resulting in greater time and cost savings.

    The exclusive patented locking system for the 2.5” (DN50) valves makes operation much easier and safer by offering “one-hand docking” of the two valve halves.In fact, the unit is mechanically interlocked in such a way that the valves can not be operated at all unless both valves are properly docked together. More simply, faulty operation is impossible.

    The standard 2.5” split valve is equipped with EPDM white FDA-compliant seals, but can also be equipped with black conductive PTFE when required.With contamination values at 0.01 μg/m3, similar levels of containment are currently unattainable on other systems without the use of vacuum extraction.

    PTFE Seals

    A high containment system is only as good as the seals that are used. Ultimately, the sealing materials determine the containment levels achieved.

    The PTFE seals used with our valves offer outstanding thermal and chemical resistance properties, while retaining stringent containment levels. This ensures that the valve is even capable of handling the expansion and contraction of the metal parts during the thermal sterilization (> 121ºC) that aseptic processes typically require.

    Innovative, new PTFE production techniques, combined with an encapsulated elastomer core, ensure that the finished seal will also meet the highest containment requirements in demanding process pressure and vacuum conditions.

    This new manufacturing process results in a seal with a smooth, polished surface, where powder retention is virtually eliminated.

    PFTE Seal Properties:

    • Chemical resistance
    • Broad temperature range (-250ºC to +260ºC)
    • FDA-approved material
    • Very low coefficient of friction
    • No absorption of water

    PTFE Seal Advantages:

    • Cost savings compared to traditional elastomer seals
    • Sterilization in place (SIP) of docked split-valves is possible
    • Suitable for high containment powders and liquids charging
    • Suitable for chemically aggressive powders and liquids
    • PTFE does not shed seal material into the product
    • Less than 1 μg/m3 containment levels are achievable

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  • High Containment DN50 Docking Valve - Passive

     

    For smaller product quantities needing higher containment, Andocksysteme now offers a 2.5” (DN50) split butterfly valve. The success of our production size high containment valve systems lead to the development of a new, miniature version of the ASBV split valve technology.

    The 2.5” size valve was developed for simple, quick and failsafe manual operation, while offering all advantages of our proven large diameter valves. This valve can be integrated anywhere that higher levels of containment are required, and can even be used in sterile areas or for liquids.

    Both the passive and active valves can be fitted to hoses so they do not have to be cleaned before resuming production, resulting in greater time and cost savings.

    The exclusive patented locking system for the 2.5” (DN50) valves makes operation much easier and safer by offering “one-hand docking” of the two valve halves.In fact, the unit is mechanically interlocked in such a way that the valves can not be operated at all unless both valves are properly docked together. More simply, faulty operation is impossible.

    The standard 2.5” split valve is equipped with EPDM white FDA-compliant seals, but can also be equipped with black conductive PTFE when required.With contamination values at 0.01 μg/m3, similar levels of containment are currently unattainable on other systems without the use of vacuum extraction.

     

    PTFE Seals

    A high containment system is only as good as the seals that are used. Ultimately, the sealing materials determine the containment levels achieved.

    The PTFE seals used with our valves offer outstanding thermal and chemical resistance properties, while retaining stringent containment levels. This ensures that the valve is even capable of handling the expansion and contraction of the metal parts during the thermal sterilization (> 121ºC) that aseptic processes typically require.

    Innovative, new PTFE production techniques, combined with an encapsulated elastomer core, ensure that the finished seal will also meet the highest containment requirements in demanding process pressure and vacuum conditions.

    This new manufacturing process results in a seal with a smooth, polished surface, where powder retention is virtually eliminated.

    PFTE Seal Properties:

    • Chemical resistance
    • Broad temperature range (-250ºC to +260ºC)
    • FDA-approved material
    • Very low coefficient of friction
    • No absorption of water

    PTFE Seal Advantages:

    • Cost savings compared to traditional elastomer seals
    • Sterilization in place (SIP) of docked split-valves is possible
    • Suitable for high containment powders and liquids charging
    • Suitable for chemically aggressive powders and liquids
    • PTFE does not shed seal material into the product
    • Less than 1 μg/m3 containment levels are achievable

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  • High Containment Valve - Active/Manual

    This is the manual version of the Andocksysteme split valve technology. All split butterfly valves consist of an active and passive valve that are supported on two sides by high-grade precision bearings. The passive valve can be mounted onto the inlet or outlet of any IBC.  The active valve can then be easily integrated into the filling or discharging side of any process using a wide array of available equipment options.  

    During docking, the GMP-designed locking pins facilitate the centering of the active and passive valves onto each other with an accuracy of ± 14 mm. The two split valves open simultaneously after docking and during the filling or discharging process the product being transferred is fully contained. The ASBV docking system is made easier and more convenient by the flexible 180º positioning of the passive valve onto the active valve.

    The docking system can be mounted with a CIP dome having either a stationary or rotating CIP nozzle to bind the dust particles to prevent dust from escaping. In most cases, the parts to be cleaned (active valve with bellows) are removed from the process station using a suction pad without any need to disconnect the hoses and cables from the actuators or controls.

    With the need for ever-shorter downtimes, production can be resumed after only five minutes simply by installing another active valve, saving both time and money.

    PTFE Seals

    A high containment system is only as good as the seals that are used. Ultimately, the sealing materials determine the containment levels achieved.

    The PTFE seals used with our valves offer outstanding thermal and chemical resistance properties, while retaining stringent containment levels. This ensures that the valve is even capable of handling the expansion and contraction of the metal parts during the thermal sterilization (> 121ºC) that aseptic processes typically require.

    Innovative, new PTFE production techniques, combined with an encapsulated elastomer core, ensure that the finished seal will also meet the highest containment requirements in demanding process pressure and vacuum conditions.

    This new manufacturing process results in a seal with a smooth, polished surface, where powder retention is virtually eliminated.

    PFTE Seal Properties:

    • Chemical resistance
    • Broad temperature range (-250ºC to +260ºC)
    • FDA-approved material
    • Very low coefficient of friction
    • No absorption of water

    PTFE Seal Advantages:

    • Cost savings compared to traditional elastomer seals
    • Sterilization in place (SIP) of docked split-valves is possible
    • Suitable for high containment powders and liquids charging
    • Suitable for chemically aggressive powders and liquids
    • PTFE does not shed seal material into the product
    • Less than 1 μg/m3 containment levels are achievable

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  • High Containment Valve - Passive

    This is the passive component of the Andocksysteme split valve technology. All split butterfly valves consist of an active and passive valve that are supported on two sides by high-grade precision bearings. The passive valve can be mounted onto the inlet or outlet of any IBC.  The active valve can then be easily integrated into the filling or discharging side of any process using a wide array of available equipment options.  

    During docking, the GMP-designed locking pins facilitate the centering of the active and passive valves onto each other with an accuracy of ± 14 mm. The two split valves open simultaneously after docking and during the filling or discharging process the product being transferred is fully contained. The ASBV docking system is made easier and more convenient by the flexible 180º positioning of the passive valve onto the active valve.

    The docking system can be mounted with a CIP dome having either a stationary or rotating CIP nozzle to bind the dust particles to prevent dust from escaping. In most cases, the parts to be cleaned (active valve with bellows) are removed from the process station using a suction pad without any need to disconnect the hoses and cables from the actuators or controls.

    With the need for ever-shorter downtimes, production can be resumed after only five minutes simply by installing another active valve, saving both time and money.

    PTFE Seals

    A high containment system is only as good as the seals that are used. Ultimately, the sealing materials determine the containment levels achieved.

    The PTFE seals used with our valves offer outstanding thermal and chemical resistance properties, while retaining stringent containment levels. This ensures that the valve is even capable of handling the expansion and contraction of the metal parts during the thermal sterilization (> 121ºC) that aseptic processes typically require.

    Innovative, new PTFE production techniques, combined with an encapsulated elastomer core, ensure that the finished seal will also meet the highest containment requirements in demanding process pressure and vacuum conditions.

    This new manufacturing process results in a seal with a smooth, polished surface, where powder retention is virtually eliminated.

    PFTE Seal Properties:

    • Chemical resistance
    • Broad temperature range (-250ºC to +260ºC)
    • FDA-approved material
    • Very low coefficient of friction
    • No absorption of water

    PTFE Seal Advantages:

    • Cost savings compared to traditional elastomer seals
    • Sterilization in place (SIP) of docked split-valves is possible
    • Suitable for high containment powders and liquids charging
    • Suitable for chemically aggressive powders and liquids
    • PTFE does not shed seal material into the product
    • Less than 1 μg/m3 containment levels are achievable

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  • High Containment Valve with Docking Cylinders - Active/Automatic

    The proven and tested split valve technology from Andocksysteme makes this docking system unique and sophisticated in every detail. ASBV split butterfly valves consist of an active and passive valve that are supported on two sides by high-grade precision bearings.A passive valve can be mounted onto the inlet or outlet of any IBC. The active valve can be operated either manually or automatically, and easily integrated into the filling or discharging side of any process using a wide array of available equipment options. 

    During docking, the GMP-designed locking pins facilitate the centering of the active and passive valves onto each other with an accuracy of ± 14 mm. The two split valves open simultaneously after docking and during the filling or discharging process the product being transferred is fully contained. The ASBV docking system is made easier and more convenient by the flexible 180º positioning of the passive valve onto the active valve.

    The docking system can be mounted with a CIP dome having either a stationary or rotating CIP nozzle to bind the dust particles to prevent dust from escaping. In most cases, the parts to be cleaned (active valve with bellows) are removed from the process station using a suction pad without any need to disconnect the hoses and cables from the actuators or controls.

    With the need for ever-shorter downtimes, production can be resumed after only five minutes simply by installing another active valve, saving both time and money.

    PTFE Seals

    A high containment system is only as good as the seals that are used. Ultimately, the sealing materials determine the containment levels achieved.

    The PTFE seals used with our valves offer outstanding thermal and chemical resistance properties, while retaining stringent containment levels. This ensures that the valve is even capable of handling the expansion and contraction of the metal parts during the thermal sterilization (> 121ºC) that aseptic processes typically require.

    Innovative, new PTFE production techniques, combined with an encapsulated elastomer core, ensure that the finished seal will also meet the highest containment requirements in demanding process pressure and vacuum conditions.

    This new manufacturing process results in a seal with a smooth, polished surface, where powder retention is virtually eliminated.

    PFTE Seal Properties:

    • Chemical resistance
    • Broad temperature range (-250ºC to +260ºC)
    • FDA-approved material
    • Very low coefficient of friction
    • No absorption of water

    PTFE Seal Advantages:

    • Cost savings compared to traditional elastomer seals
    • Sterilization in place (SIP) of docked split-valves is possible
    • Suitable for high containment powders and liquids charging
    • Suitable for chemically aggressive powders and liquids
    • PTFE does not shed seal material into the product
    • Less than 1 μg/m3 containment levels are achievable

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  • High Containment Valve with Elastomer Legs - Active/Automatic

    The proven and tested split valve technology from Andocksysteme makes this docking system unique and sophisticated in every detail. ASBV split butterfly valves consist of an active and passive valve that are supported on two sides by high-grade precision bearings.A passive valve can be mounted onto the inlet or outlet of any IBC. The active valve can be operated either manually or automatically, and easily integrated into the filling or discharging side of any process using a wide array of available equipment options. 

    During docking, the GMP-designed locking pins facilitate the centering of the active and passive valves onto each other with an accuracy of ± 14 mm. The two split valves open simultaneously after docking and during the filling or discharging process the product being transferred is fully contained. The ASBV docking system is made easier and more convenient by the flexible 180º positioning of the passive valve onto the active valve.

    The docking system can be mounted with a CIP dome having either a stationary or rotating CIP nozzle to bind the dust particles to prevent dust from escaping. In most cases, the parts to be cleaned (active valve with bellows) are removed from the process station using a suction pad without any need to disconnect the hoses and cables from the actuators or controls.

    With the need for ever-shorter downtimes, production can be resumed after only five minutes simply by installing another active valve, saving both time and money.

    PTFE Seals

    A high containment system is only as good as the seals that are used. Ultimately, the sealing materials determine the containment levels achieved.

    The PTFE seals used with our valves offer outstanding thermal and chemical resistance properties, while retaining stringent containment levels. This ensures that the valve is even capable of handling the expansion and contraction of the metal parts during the thermal sterilization (> 121ºC) that aseptic processes typically require.

    Innovative, new PTFE production techniques, combined with an encapsulated elastomer core, ensure that the finished seal will also meet the highest containment requirements in demanding process pressure and vacuum conditions.

    This new manufacturing process results in a seal with a smooth, polished surface, where powder retention is virtually eliminated.

    PFTE Seal Properties:

    • Chemical resistance
    • Broad temperature range (-250ºC to +260ºC)
    • FDA-approved material
    • Very low coefficient of friction
    • No absorption of water

    PTFE Seal Advantages:

    • Cost savings compared to traditional elastomer seals
    • Sterilization in place (SIP) of docked split-valves is possible
    • Suitable for high containment powders and liquids charging
    • Suitable for chemically aggressive powders and liquids
    • PTFE does not shed seal material into the product
    • Less than 1 μg/m3 containment levels are achievable

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  • High Containment Valve with Frame - Active/Manual

    This is the manual version of the Andocksysteme split valve technology with stainless steel support frame. All split butterfly valves consist of an active and passive valve that are supported on two sides by high-grade precision bearings. The passive valve can be mounted onto the inlet or outlet of any IBC.  The active valve can then be easily integrated into the filling or discharging side of any process using a wide array of available equipment options.  

    During docking, the GMP-designed locking pins facilitate the centering of the active and passive valves onto each other with an accuracy of ± 14 mm. The two split valves open simultaneously after docking and during the filling or discharging process the product being transferred is fully contained. The ASBV docking system is made easier and more convenient by the flexible 180º positioning of the passive valve onto the active valve.

    The docking system can be mounted with a CIP dome having either a stationary or rotating CIP nozzle to bind the dust particles to prevent dust from escaping. In most cases, the parts to be cleaned (active valve with bellows) are removed from the process station using a suction pad without any need to disconnect the hoses and cables from the actuators or controls.

    With the need for ever-shorter downtimes, production can be resumed after only five minutes simply by installing another active valve, saving both time and money.

    PTFE Seals

    A high containment system is only as good as the seals that are used. Ultimately, the sealing materials determine the containment levels achieved.

    The PTFE seals used with our valves offer outstanding thermal and chemical resistance properties, while retaining stringent containment levels. This ensures that the valve is even capable of handling the expansion and contraction of the metal parts during the thermal sterilization (> 121ºC) that aseptic processes typically require.

    Innovative, new PTFE production techniques, combined with an encapsulated elastomer core, ensure that the finished seal will also meet the highest containment requirements in demanding process pressure and vacuum conditions.

    This new manufacturing process results in a seal with a smooth, polished surface, where powder retention is virtually eliminated.

    PFTE Seal Properties:

    • Chemical resistance
    • Broad temperature range (-250ºC to +260ºC)
    • FDA-approved material
    • Very low coefficient of friction
    • No absorption of water

    PTFE Seal Advantages:

    • Cost savings compared to traditional elastomer seals
    • Sterilization in place (SIP) of docked split-valves is possible
    • Suitable for high containment powders and liquids charging
    • Suitable for chemically aggressive powders and liquids
    • PTFE does not shed seal material into the product
    • Less than 1 μg/m3 containment levels are achievable

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  • Single-use Compatible, Vacuum/Pressure Valve for High Containment - Active/Manual

    The compact APORT process valve, with its integrated stainless steel AVAX valve, makes convenient and efficient high containment solutions a reality.Teaming the APORT with the low cost ACUBE single-use, flexible containment system for packaging, storage or transfer provides higher containment, improved efficiency, and greater worker safety when handling potent products and ingredients.

    The ACUBE FIBC uses the single-use version of the AVAX high containment valve for simple and quick “passive to passive” docking with the APORT. The APORT includes the complementary stainless steel version of the passive AVAX containment valve. The robust APORT process valve can be used for reaching and exceeding OEB5 levels, even in the most demanding environments including explosive, corrosive, vacuum, pressure. and shock resistant.

    Combining APORT and the ACUBE FIBC containment system, you can now seamlessly incorporate single-use, OEB5 containment with your existing infrastructure. Matching UN-certified boxes for hazardous goods transport, isolator support frames, and rolling trolleys enable endless options for enhancing your charging and discharging processes as well as packaging, handling, storage and transfer.

    Currently, APORT options include:

    • Clean in Place / Sterilize in Place Nozzles
    • Suction Port for Vacuum Sweeping

    APORT advantages:

    • Cost-effective, high containment
    • Meets OEB 5 requirements (STTW ≤ 1 μg/m3)
    • Passive to passive design for intuitive, secure handling
    • Contains passive AVAX stainless steel valve
    • Works with AVAX single-use valves
    • Works with ACUBE FIBC containment system
    • Inflatable sealing technology
    • CIP & SIP is available
    • ATEX Compliant
    • FDA-approved seal material
    • Vacuum / Pressure rated up to 20 bars
    • Cooled or heated valve housings
    • Temperature-resistant: -20°C to 280°C

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