How It Works

The principle of the Cellexus system is a clean sterile bag that is fitted into an enclosure to constrain the vessel. 

Contents of the bag are agitated by the influx of gasses through a sparge tube at the narrow end. 

These gasses are accurately controlled and, dependent on the environment needed for the process, this can be either: 

  • Air
  • Oxygen Nitrogen 
  • Carbon Dioxide

For mammalian cells, that require low levels of oxygen but constant movement, a series of impellors maintains the movement.

Watch our CellMaker System Description video to see our unique method of aerating and mixing culture in the CellMaker single use bioreactor.