DPTE® Containers

  • Mechanical interface to prevent incorrect manipulation
  • Compatible with any DPTE® Alpha flange of the same diameter
  • Connection of multiple and successive tanks
  • Directional transfer system permits safe handling of sterile and toxic products
  • Steam sterilization
  • In-line sterilization filter integration

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Transfer of sterile and toxic products in and out of the filling machine is one of the most critical aspects of aseptic production. Getinge has many years of experience developing systems for filling suites and isolators. The concept is based on the well-proven DPTE® transfer system. This system has become the standard for aseptic transfer in the major pharmaceutical companies.

Getinge offers a wide range of DPTE® Beta flange containers made of polyethylene or stainless steel, that can be used for many applications such as sterilization by steam, sterilization by autoclave or toxic products.

Technical data

Technical Feature

Flexible or DPTE-BetaBag® containers are made of polyethylene (PE/EVA) or Tyvek™ complexes mounted on Beta parts made of stainless steel, polyethylene or injected plastic (PSU or PEHD).



With a view to optimizing the use of our DPTE® transfer system and containers, we design and develop accessories for easy use and operational safety:


Both transport and docking trolleys for the DPTE containers are available.


Getinge has a range of stainless steel baskets for transferring filling pump needles, plugs, petri disches, etc.

Protection covers

Protection covers and closures for polyethylene containers.

Pressure covers

Protection or pressure covers for seals on autoclavable containers.

Protection of DPTE seals

Protection of DPTE seals for solid transfer (e.g. podwer) by polyethylene or stainless steel systems.


Aseptic filling

DPTE® Transfer Port Systems play a key role in Aseptic filling to help in maintaining the sterile integrity inside the isolator. Read more about Aseptic filling...