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Bioreactor Systems

As a bioreactor and fermenter manufacturer, we have been making great bioreactors that are used for cell culture and microbial fermentation. Welcome to check our bioreactor system solutions.

There are many different types of bioreactors available in the market today and choosing the right bioreactor system is crucial for cell culture and microbial research success. The choice of bioreactor system to use highly depend on the type of products to be produced, the desired product, the process of culture, and the product density. Lab1st offers different types of vessels, controlling towers (controllers), suited for your cell cultivation as well as microbial fermentation in different applications and scales.

Microbial Fermentation


Cell Culture


Our Products' General Highlights


Digital Control & Storage

Easy to read integrated touchscreen monitor. Over-limit alarm function, the real-time curve stores can be restored as what it was when power is cut off or restarted.


Smart PID

Temperature, stirring speed, Ph, DO, and other parameters in the tank can be controlled by subsection curve setting according to the process requirements.


Multiple Control Function

Associated control: temperature, stirring speed, pH, dissolved oxygen, defoaming, air flow, tank pressure, feed amount, and other direct parameters.

Bioreactors have enjoyed rapid development over these years and are playing an increasingly important role in today’s world. The scalability, sustainability, and diverse application enable bioreaction technology to be applied in plenty of industries, such as cell fermentation, animal cell culture, and plant cell cultivation industries. Come and check our fantastic solutions.

Benchtop Bioreactor

The benchtop bioreactor is specially designed for laboratory microbial fermentation and cell culture with four options for different volumes and purposes.

  • Volume: 1 - 15 L

  • Single and dual-stage controller for reaction.

  • Autoclavable sterilization and sterilization in place are available.

  • One-way and four-way gas inlet(Air/O2/CO2/N2).

  • Magnetic drive and mechanical drive are available.

  • DO, PH, stirring speed, temperature and anti-foam control functions are equipped.


Stainless Steel Bioreactor

The industrial bioreactor is creatively prepared for commercial purposes with large capacities and more customization options.

  • Volume: 10 - 500 L

  • Single and dual-stage controller for reaction.

  • Sterilization in place are available.

  • One-way and four-way gas inlet(Air/O2/CO2/N2).

  • Magnetic drive and mechanical drive are available.

  • DO, PH, stirring speed, temperature and anti-foam control functions are equipped.


CIP Station

The BR500 series system offers advanced CIP solutions. The culture vessel is prepared with CIP interface. The mobile CIP cleaning station has its own control system, allowing the operator to selectively, effectively, repeatedly and automatically clean the system, including fermentation tanks, piping and valves etc.


Customization Upgrades


In terms of the basic glass benchtop type, we have an upgrade plan for all stainless steel materials.


Besides the standard stainless steel ones, multi-stage types are available with many special options.


Multi-parallel type is another commercial and industrial solution to fermentation considering different demands.

With the advantage of advanced technological portfolios and sophisticated machines, we are here to satisfy the following bioprocess and applications globally.


The bioreaction process has witnessed drastic growing demand in the worldwide market due to the pandemic of Covid-19. The bioreactor has helped fasten the speed of release and production of vaccines the world needs.


Cell Science

New breakthroughs are realized or forthcoming in the field of bioreaction due to the possible leaping progress of cell culture. The drug and stem cell-based technologies become promising and are approaching with easier access.



The introduction of improved techniques like infusion and perfusion, automation, and digital handling has made new possibilities for mammalian suspension cell culture.