Bind and elute Ion Exchange (IX) chromatography systems based on the Simulated Moving Bed (SMB) principle has opened a huge field of new applications for adsorption technologies. It has resulted in gradual increase in number of valuable products being purified using IX-SMB systems.
The innovatinve XPure Systems developed at Xendo combine the traditional SMB advantage of reduced consumption of process fluids with an enhanced process flexibility, which results in higher separation efficiency and improved product titers.
We have the experience and capacity to design and build custom-made XPure continuous chromatography systems. Being part of a quality and progress-driven international organisation, we listen, understand and deliver solutions to out customer's demands.
Type of Collaboration:Fee paying basisFunded collaborative projectJoint venturesNegotiable
What "non-technical" services relevant to scale-up does your organisation offer?:Process ModellingTechnoeconomic Assessment
Simulated Moving Bed Systems (XPure-S)
Biomass - any
Chemical conversions, Chemical or enzymatic pre-treatment, Chromatography
Semi Pilot, Pilot, Demonstration
Additional Technical Information:
SYSTEM FOR SEPARATION, PURIFICATION, AND RECOVERY
The XPure-S SMB system offers a system for ion exchange processes with virtually unlimited scalability. The columns are not mounted on a carrousel and the valve manifolds can be designed to allow very large hydraulic throughputs. This makes the system suitable for any scale of operation.
In addition to this, the modular design of the fluid distribution system allows extension in a later stage without significant extra investments, by connecting additional valve manifolds and extra columns (and resin volume). This allows a stage-wise capacity extension of the plant without having to build an entirely new system.