Systems for Biotech and Medtech Applications
The two systems CITSens Bio and MeMo allows you to measure glucose and lactate continuously and in-situ in cell cultures and to control processes by metabolites. The CITSens APC (Automated Process Control) with the integrated pump control even gives you the possibility to feed your cell culture according to glucose concentration fully automated. It allows total new process developments with continuous feed at every glucose level without manual sampling or feeding. All sensors and electronic components can also be customized and are available as OEM solutions.
Consumables for CITSens Bio, CITSens MeMo and CITSens APC
In-situ Glucose and Lactate sensors in different shapes for all types of bioreactors and vessels to measure glucose and lactate continuously and in real time. Together with our system CITSens APC the sensors offers the possibility of fully closed systems controlled by glucose level measured continuously without taking samples or manual feeding. All consumables be used with the systems CITSens Bio, CITSens MeMo or CITSens APC. The Glucose and Lactate sensors can be customized and are offered as OEM products.
Ion selective electrodes, ion selective sensors and ion selective membranes
The ion selective Mini-Tube electrodes are especially designed to measure in very small sample volumes. All ion selective Mini-Tube sensors has a high resolution, a good selectivity and a long life-time. The Electrodes are for laboratory application or mobile insert. C-CIT Sensors AG produces on your desire ion selective membranes and cocktails for different ions and applications. On this way you receive optimal adapted membrane compounding for your process from the specialist for ion selective sensors. With this membranes and cocktails are you able to build up your own ion selective sensors. The ion selective membranes can be used to build in the electrode body UniISE MT050. The membranes together with the electrode body are ideal tools for the development of own ion selective electrodes and sensors.