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White paper: Using digital MFC capabilities to improve bioprocessing results.

Digital MFC flow totalizer alarms can alert operators if total gas flow exceeds preset levels.

In today’s state-of-the-art bioprocessing systems, one of the most essential subsystems provides gas management for the gases necessary for cellular metabolism. At the heart of the gas management subsystem is the thermal mass flow controller (MFC), advanced digital technology that precisely measures and controls process gas delivery.

This new white paper, jointly produced by Brooks Instrument and Global Life Sciences Solutions USA, describes the inner workings of digital MFCs with an emphasis on their robust ability to gather, generate and communicate a broad range of process data. The white paper focuses on practical ways to utilize MFC device data to improve process control, system uptime, diagnostics, preventive maintenance and, ultimately, bioprocessing yields.