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Selecting Tubing Connections
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As a leader in the design and development of quick disconnect couplings and fittings for plastic tubing, CPC has published several white papers to move the industry forward. Browse and download them below for more information.
Liquid Cooling in Electric Vehicles— What to Know to Keep EVs on the Go
Fast, efficient charging is key to the large-scale adoption of electric vehicles (EVs). The higher power (kW) used to support quicker charging generates more heat. Liquid cooling is used in EV charging stations, vehicle cells/battery packs, and charging cables.
Single-Use Systems For Storing And Shipping Frozen Drug Materials
The logistics of decoupling drug substance manufacturing from final drug product formulation is now possible using integrated single-use freeze-thaw assemblies which incorporate reliable components.
Extractables Testing On Single-Use Connectors
Appropriating Biophorum Operations Group (BPOG) testing on single-use connectors to mitigate the risks of extractables and leachables (E&L), as demonstrated in this article, is crucial to delivering safe and effective drugs.
Single-use systems: Globalization best practices and technology specifications
Increasing speed to market, eliminating redundant work and lowering your costs are just a few of the benefits of coordinating your standards across global sites. Our white paper explains more.
Metal or plastic quick disconnects?
QDs built from high-performance thermoplastics now offer performance that rivals, and in some cases, surpasses their metal counterparts.
The Right Terminations for Reliable Liquid Cooling in HPC
High performance computing manufacturers are increasingly deploying liquid cooling in their systems. The engineers responsible for thermal management, therefore, are drilling down into the components that facilitate optimal cooling. Proper specifications of quick disconnects ensure ease of use and leak-free connections.
Cell & Gene Therapies: A Guide to Single-Use Connections
Industry experts expect the single-use technologies (SUTs) used in biopharmaceutical clinical trials and commercial production to play a large role in the future development and production of cell and gene therapies.
Comparison Guide: Tube Welders and Aseptic Connectors
A survey of bioprocessing industry professionals asked which method they prefer for their connection needs: sealable and weldable tubing or aseptic connectors.
Critical Liquid Cooling Considerations in Electronics
As data centers and high performance computing continue to drive demand for higher densities and increased efficiency, liquid cooling is expanding as a method of thermal management.
The Secret to Smart Design of Liquid Thermal Management Systems
Liquid thermal management systems rely upon one small but critical design component: the connector.
Using RFID-enables fluid handling couplings to verify and track critical IVD consumable fluids
See how to communicate data that ensures use of proper consumables and protect brand equity with intelligent fluid connectors.
How to Overcome Validation Challenges in a Single-Use World
Increased regulatory scrutiny on supply chain security and risk mitigation strategies the drug manufacture process, end users must ensure the expected level of single-use system compliance. Find out how.
10 Tips for improving fluid handling in IVD equipment
Using the right fluid connectors is an important factor in driving higher testing productivity and reliability.
RFID Controls Streamlines & Protects Data
The role of intelligent fluid connectors: Combining fluid and data transfer to control, protect and streamline processes.
How to Choose the Right Connectors
Selecting the ideal tubing connector can enhance product performance, ease of use and functionality in your designs.
6 Traits of Non-Spill
Previously reserved for high pressure hydraulics, non-spill performance is now available in quick disconnect solutions for low-pressure fluid handling too.
The Path to Genderless Sterile Connectors
Genderless sterile connectors can enhance the flexibility of single-use systems in a wide range of bioprocessing applications.
Intelligent Fluid Couplings Communicate Critical Device and Process Data
Equipped with a control unit and RFID technology, intelligent quick disconnect coupling systems transmit information that can protect equipment, improve processes and even save lives.
4 Steps in Selecting Fluid Connectors for Medical Device & Equipment Applications
Choosing the right fluid connectors can improve patient safety and user convenience while maximizing sealing and flow performance.
Highly Effective Quick Disconnect Couplings for Liquid Cooling
As computer and server manufacturers turn to liquid cooling systems to more efficiently remove excess heat, quick disconnect couplings are playing an important role in system performance without compromising reliability or serviceability.
Reasons to Consider Closed System Liquid Dispensing for Bulk Shipping Containers
When liquid contents are hazardous—and even when they aren’t—closed system dispensing delivers significant economic, safety and environmental benefits to people and processes.
Non-Spill Quick Disconnect Technology
Recent design innovations in valve design, optimized flow area calculations and isolation of the valve actuation springs from the fluid flow path have led to new low pressure, thermoplastic quick disconnect couplings incorporating flush face non-spill valve technology.
Pipe Thread Types & Designations
Different types of screw threads have evolved for fastening and hydraulic systems. In this paper, you’ll learn about the different types of threads and how they are used.
Closed System Technology Drives Safer Effective Chemical Dispensing
In dozens of industries around the world, dangerous chemicals are transferred from their original shipping containers into smaller jugs or buckets or applied to other end-use processes. Learn how this can be dangerous and what CPC is doing about it.
An Introduction to Hose Barbs
It’s easy to take the humble hose barb for granted. After spending hours evaluating chemical compatibility, peak pressure and flow rate, you not only need to pick just the right tubing or hose, but also how to connect them.
How Single-Use Connections Advance Aseptic Processing
Bioprocessors are challenged with meeting market demand in a tough economy. That means finding ways to make processing systems more flexible, reliable and cost effective while protecting media sterility and integrity.