FEATURED PRODUCTS

Cleanrooms For Cell And Gene Manufacturing Operations Cleanrooms For Cell And Gene Manufacturing Operations

Don't let the traditional cleanroom design build process delay getting therapies into the hands of those who need it most. When deadlines matter AES has the knowledge and technology to rapidly execute your cleanroom project. AES has built more cell & gene therapy cleanrooms than anyone else in the world. Why have cell & gene therapy clients selected AES? Because we understand and will meet the critical nature of your deadlines. Our system provides the speed, flexibility, and risk reduction to ensure that your facility is built on time and on budget.

Pharmaceutical Cleanroom Construction And Project Management Pharmaceutical Cleanroom Construction And Project Management

AES utilizes a cross-functional project team from design through commissioning. This multi-discipline approach is dedicated to delivering a compliant facility. AES has strict quality, cost, and schedule expectations. The AES team is comprised of experienced personnel who have a full understanding of how to construct in a GMP environment and how to seamlessly transition a facility toward operational readiness.

Drug Manufacturing Cleanroom Facilities Drug Manufacturing Cleanroom Facilities

In the spectrum of pharmaceutical manufacturing facilities, injectable product manufacturing facilities represent the most sophisticated and challenging to design, build, qualify and operate, particularly when products manufactured in these facilities are rendered sterile when complete, ready to inject directly into a human. For this reason, very careful consideration must be made when developing such a facility.

Complete Cleanroom Design And Construction Complete Cleanroom Design And Construction

AES provides complete cleanroom project delivery with guaranteed performance. Our integrated products + solutions offering provides risk mitigation with single source responsibility.

Cleanroom Modular Wall & Ceiling System Cleanroom Modular Wall & Ceiling System

We construct the AES modular cleanroom system at our wholly owned manufacturing facility in order to ensure quality and cleanliness from the start. Our state-of-the-art facility only manufactures cleanroom systems and components, learn more:

AES Litebeam LED Cleanroom Ceiling AES Litebeam LED Cleanroom Ceiling

The AES litebeam is a patented and one-of-a-kind 4” [100mm] wide linear LED light which is fully flush and integrated into the 3” [75mm] AES marquee ceiling system, providing a fully flush surface on both surfaces of the ceiling. These lights have a lighting level dimmable controller, and provide greater flexibility when locating HEPA air filter diffusers in the cleanroom ceiling system.

Infinity Glass Wall Cleanroom System Infinity Glass Wall Cleanroom System

When transparency is paramount, the AES infinity system provides the viewer with a close-up and very clear viewing experience, enabling interested personnel to see the process without entering the cleanroom environment. The AES infinity glass wall system is easily integrated with other wall systems.

Walkable Cleanroom Ceiling: AES Marquee Walkable Cleanroom Ceiling: AES Marquee

The cleanroom ceiling that started the walkable revolution, innovated and designed inhouse by AES engineers. The AES marquee system is AES’ hallmark system, a walkable monolithic ceiling system with an uPVC finish, with all seams cold welded together to create a monolithic finish. This system comes in either 2” [50mm] or 3” [75mm] thick, depending upon the application.

ABOUT AES CLEAN TECHNOLOGY

We are the only USA based cleanroom company that self-performs design, manufacture, and installation of cGMP modular cleanroom facilities. Working with AES, you can rest assured that your project is built on time and on budget, guaranteed. Our expertise in cleanroom solutions combined with our focus on your project success is second to none.

CONTACT INFORMATION

AES Clean Technology, Inc.

422 Stump Road

Montgomeryville, PA 18936

UNITED STATES

Phone: (215) 393-6810

Contact: Sales / Marketing

FEATURED ARTICLES

  • What Cleanroom Build Method Is Best For You?
    What Cleanroom Build Method Is Best For You?

    Your future cleanroom is a critical asset, it is not just another construction project. The investment you make in the cleanroom facility is significant and it should perform for years to come. Learn the relative strengths and weaknesses of various cleanroom construction methodologies that are being implemented within the marketplace.

  • Custom Designed Clinical Manufacturing Cleanrooms For Penn Medicine’s Cell And Gene Therapy Operations
    Custom Designed Clinical Manufacturing Cleanrooms For Penn Medicine’s Cell And Gene Therapy Operations

    A GMP manufacturing suite was developed from its inception by AES, which included a custom-designed and constructed Clinical Manufacturing cleanroom core for producing PENN Medicine's cell and gene therapy candidates.

  • How To Implement Cleanroom Upgrades While Operating Your Facility
    How To Implement Cleanroom Upgrades While Operating Your Facility

    It goes without saying that upgrades during a manufacturing shutdown pose less risk as there are no products being produced, but there are instances when it is critical to expand capacity or modify functionality while maintaining some processing. Following are a steps to help maintain control of production and changes—and demonstrate proof of control—while keeping the involved workers and the products safe.

  • Facility Design Takeaways From Novartis And University Of Pennsylvania Cell Therapy Facility
    Facility Design Takeaways From Novartis And University Of Pennsylvania Cell Therapy Facility

    In August the Novartis Institutes for Bio-Medical Research, based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and the University of Pennsylvania’s Perelman School of Medicine (Penn Medicine) announced they had entered into an exclusive global research and licensing agreement. Under the alliance, Penn Medicine granted Novartis an exclusive worldwide license to the technologies used in an ongoing trial of patients with chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) as well as future therapies based on chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) technology developed through the collaboration.