Kuhner Science and App Videos offer support for general issues and inquiries concerning Kuhner products. Get useful tips and instructions with Kuhner App Videos for various applications of our shakers, shaken bioreactor systems, accessories, and applied technologies like the Feeding Technology or the new Kuhner TOM system.
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SB10-X single-use bioreactor - Bag unpacking (part 1)
In this video, you can see how to unpack the single-use bag before installing it into the SB10-X.
SB10-X single-use bioreactor - Bag installation (part 2)
In this video, you can see how to install the single-use bag into the SB10-X.
SB10-X single-use bioreactor - 3L-vessel module
With the 3L-vessel module, users can now perform cell cultivations in smaller working volumes ranging from 1.5 to 4.5 L.
Kuhner TOM - Transfer-Rate Online Measurement
The Kuhner TOM (Transfer-Rate Online Measurement) provides online measurements of the oxygen transfer rate (OTR), carbon dioxide transfer rate (CTR), and respiratory quotient (RQ) for up to 16 individual shake flasks in a Kuhner incubator. The Kuhner TOM provides the user with a better understanding of any bioprocess and allows for more efficient and effective optimization during process development. It is easily installed in any Kuhner shaker and is compatible with a variety of different shake flask types and sizes, including single use shake flasks.
Q&A about orbital shaken bioreactors and single use bags: Entegris & Kuhner shaker
Have you ever asked yourself, what are the advantages of the combination of single use technology with orbital shaken bioreactors? Or what are the challenges to produce a 2500L single-use bag? Experts from our partner company Entegris, who have great experience in bag manufacturing, and Kuhner Shaker will answer your questions. In this interview you will find informative and qualitative answers regarding single-use bags production, qualification and application in a 2500L OSB (orbital shake bioreactor).
ISF1-Z Basic Beluga - The perfect fit for automation
Why is the ISF1-Z Basic Beluga the perfect fit for automated processes? It has several new options: The door can be controlled remotely, the TPS+ tray positioning system is included and the shaking platform is lowered, allowing more headspace for robotic systems.
Ever wondered which is the ideal filling volume in a 50ml TPP tube? Want to know more about their mixing times? Dr. Shaker made some experiments and found the answer.
The LS-Z comes with three functional options: benchtop only/stand-alone, combinable with incubators from other manufacturers, or combined with the new Kuhner Kelvin+ incubator for temperature control.
The ISF1-Z is available in a 100% stainless steel finish. Take a look at the video to see the advantages of having stainless steel inside and outside the shaker.
Kuhner CleanShield is a disposable inlay for the newly designed water bath-Z. Development focused on simplifying the cleaning process, saving users’ time. The inlays are packaged sterile and available in a pack of six.
Check out our ISF1-X shaker running with 1000 rpm (3mm shaking diameter).
The SB10-X is an orbital shaken benchtop bioreactor system for the cultivation of human, mammalian and plant cells in a single-use bag. It has a working volume from 4 litres up to 12 litres. Also perfusion processes can be easily realized (ATF / TFF).
The SB10-X can be used in research, process development or as a pilot scale bioreactor.
Learn how to perform a fed-batch in a microtiter plate.
Discover more about Feeding Technology on our website: https://www.feedingtechnology.com
The ISF1-X incubator shaker with automatic door is designed for easy handling and maximum comfort. The automatic door is activated by pressing a button on the incubator shaker. A foot switch option is also available.
Discover the integration of an ES-X Kuhner shaker in a liquid handler system, where the contactless stopping mechanism leads to a continuous liquid handler performance.
See how a shaken culture, under certain conditions, can get «out of phase» . Whilst under normal operating conditions, the liquid in shaken flasks rotates «in phase» with the movement of the shaker table.