By Paul Priebe
Traditionally, single-use connections would consist of a different male half and female half, that are mated with each other. These are called gendered connections. Genderless connections are those in which the connector halves are identical in design, eliminating the need for a different male and female half to make the connection, providing end users with maximum flexibility.
This blog outlines five key benefits of genderless aseptic connectors and how they can lead to more flexibility, reduced risk and lower costs for your organization.