About Broadley-James Corporation
- The Market Leader in pH and DO Electrode Design
Unlike other manufacturers, Broadley-James does not believe in changing the basic design every few years forcing customers into buying new equipment to keep current. Instead, Broadley-James strives to make improvements “backwards compatible” so they can be used with new electronics as well as the old. No changing of connectors which would require new cabling to be run throughout the suite, no unnecessary internal RTD’s that would require new SOP’s and increase risk of failure. Instead, Broadley-James strives to protect investments, and help leverage them into the future. Improvements are made with your process in mind.
The Broadley-James BioNet Controller uses the highly regarded, field-proven DeltaV™ control solution from Emerson Process Management for controlling and managing small to large arrays of Utility Towers. Individual controllers can manage up to 10 Utility Towers and can be sequenced to control an entire suite of Bioreactors. The BioNet Controller is housed in a 20" x 20" x 8" 316L stainless steel enclosure, with a clear window, and can be located anywhere within 100 meters of the Utility Tower.
The BioNet® Bioreactor is the latest in autoclavable benchtop glass vessels. Available in a range of sizes: 3, 5, 7, 15 and 20 liters total volume. All metal components are manufactured from 316L stainless steel with electropolish.
Integral scaling, improved component designs and extensive product inventory makes this the most user-friendly bioreactor available.