Our bags for cryopreservation of cell preparations, blood products or umbilical cord blood at temperatures down to -196°C are developed in close cooperation with our customers. The design and equipment of the cryo bags is adapted to the special requirements of the cryopreservation processes. The products have been successfully used on the market for more than 10 years. Their convincing quality is reflected in a complaint rate of zero per cent with quantities in the six-digit range during this period.

The manufacturing process is performed in monitored process sequences, with each individual bag being checked for quality. Labelling of the manufacturing batch on each product, as well as the continuous traceability of all raw materials used for production, are part of our standard. The sterilisation of the individually packaged final products takes place under validated conditions at certified partners.

Thanks to our long-time experience with various materials and manufacturing technologies, we are able to respond individually to our customers' requirements for product configuration also in the cryobags sector.

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