2 April 2019 Ardmac and Germfree are pleased to announce the launch of their partnership to bring Germfree bioGO Mobile and Modular Cleanroom Buildings to the European markets. Germfree provides a fully adaptable Cleanroom solution that supports manufacturing for pre-clinical or clinical stage materials in a single or multiple-module Cleanroom building. Once scale up or scale out needs are identified, additional modules can be added seamlessly. As well, a mobile solution can be used and then upgraded into a modular platform to provide the fastest implementation of Pre-clinical and early Phase discovery. The Germfree bioGO Cleanroom Solution adapts with your business needs by optimizing your company’s time to market and return on investment. Following agreement at Germfree’s facility in Ormond Beach, Florida Ronan Quinn CEO of the Ardmac Group stated “I am delighted to conclude two years of discussions with Germfree and add this highly engineered solution to complement our already significant modular offering. There is a high demand from both our existing customers in the Biologics market and those in the advanced therapy medicinal products (ATMPs) for modular offsite built process ready facilities.” Kevin Kyle, President of Germfree stated “The Germfree Team is thrilled to find the right partner […]
Germfree to provide a featured exhibit of a fully functional mobile adaptive bioproduction suite at the upcoming INTERPHEX Show March 21st through the 23rd, 2017. This innovation mobile adaptive bioproduction suite will also be the included in the IPS Technologies Tour guided by internationally recognized experts.
The purpose of the American Glovebox Society or AGS is to advance the science of glovebox and containment technology. According to the organization: “AGS is a non-profit organization formed in Denver, Colorado, in 1986 to promote safety and quality of glovebox systems; promote communication; disseminate knowledge in the field of glovebox technology through symposia
The American Biological Safety Association or ABSA was founded in 1984 and since that time has served to “promote biosafety as a scientific discipline and serve the growing needs of biosafety professionals throughout the world.” The organization also plays a critical role in the time exchange of biosafety information.
The American Society of Health-System Pharmacists or ASHP is a 35,000-member national professional association that works on behalf of pharmacists who practice in hospitals and health systems. The organization represents pharmacists who practice in hospitals, health maintenance organizations, long-term care facilities, home care, and other components of health care systems.
Please watch Germfree’s video featuring a recent project where we delivered a BSL-3 laboratory to East Asia and made the bio-containment lab operational in only 21 days. This Biological Safety Level 3 (BSL-3) modular laboratory was manufactured by GERMFREE in the U.S. and then installed in East Asia.
Germfree’s Jeff Serle has authored an article on sustainable laboratory design for R&D Magazine. He explains how modular biocontainment labs can be designed and engineered for optimal energy efficiency. Specialized HVAC systems combined with a range of other engineering considerations are critical for labs that are installed in remote or developing regions.
This comprehensive walk-through video describes our new Turnkey Mobile Compounding Pharmacy. The 53’ pharmacy cleanroom trailer meets USP 797 requirements for compounding sterile preparations. The mobile compounding facility is also designed for compliance with the proposed USP Chapter 800 and is tested to the latest CETA CAG-003 guide for sterile compounding facilities.